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Propagation phenomena of nonlinear film-guided waves: a numerical analysis

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Abstract

The propagation of TE guided waves excited at different points of their dispersion curve has been numerically traced down a thin film bounded by two identical self-focusing media. Several types of nonstationary field evolution have been investigated and identified as transitions between or oscillations around different branches of the dispersion curve.

© 1986 Optical Society of America

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