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Engineering soliton nonlinearities: from local to strongly nonlocal

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Abstract

We put forward what we believe to be a novel strategy to achieve synthetic nonlinearities where local and nonlocal contributions compete on a similar footing, thus yielding intermediate tunable responses ranging from local to strongly nonlocal. The setting addressed is a semiconductor material with both Kerr and thermal nonlinearities illuminated by a pulse train with suitable pulse width and repetition rate.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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