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Chaotic (as a one-dimensional map) laser cavity:influence of finite response time

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Abstract

A laser cavity whose output is a train of pulses of intensities given by a one-dimensional recurrence map with a sharp extremum was presented in a previous paper [ Opt. Commun. 63, 194 ( 1985)]. In this paper we study the road to chaos that is obtained when finite response times are taken into account. The scenario changes smoothly from the sharp map’s scenario (undefined universality class) to the Feigenbaum’s scenario (logistic-map universality class) as the response time increases. We also discuss the feasibility of using the device as a new method for measuring short response times.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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