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Coherent collision of (1+1)-dimensional bright spatial solitons in a photorefractive SBN crystal

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5 Author(s)
Andrade-Lucio, J.A. ; Inst. Nacional de Astrofisica, Opt. y Electron., Puebla, Mexico ; Iturbe-Castillo, M.D. ; Ramos-Garcia, R. ; Torres-Cisneros, M.
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Summary form only given. Experiments on collisions between photorefractive spatial solitons have been recently reported. Observation of collision between mutually incoherent (1+1) and (2+1)-D spatial solitons was reported by Segev's group. (1996). The first coherent interaction between (1+1)-D spatial solitons was reported in 1997 when solitons propagated in a parallel way. Later, effects such as soliton birth, fusion and energy exchange were reported for the (2+1)-D coherent case, including annihilation and phase-dependent collision. In the paper, we present an experimental and numerical study of coherent collision between one-dimensional ((1+1)-D) bright spatial solitons in a photorefractive SBN crystal under drift nonlinearity. Under these circumstances, direct verification of the results can be obtained numerically, in contrast to the (2+1)-D coherent case.

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Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference, 1999. QELS '99. Technical Digest. Summaries of Papers Presented at the

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23-28 May 1992

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