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Haya H Al Muhannadi
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Self-Similar Hermite-Gaussian Spatial Solitons in Two-Dimensional Nonlocal Nonlinear Media

Author(s): Yang, B (Yang Bin); Zhong, WP (Zhong Wei-Ping); Belic, MR (Belic, Milivoj R.)

We study analytically and numerically the propagation of spatial solitons in a two-dimensional strongly nonlocal nonlinear medium. Exact analytical solutions in the form of self-similar spatial solitons are obtained involving higher-order Hermite-Gaussian functions. Our theoretical predictions provide new insights into the low-energy spatial soliton transmission with high fidelity.

Author(s):  Yang, B (Yang Bin); Zhong, WP (Zhong Wei-Ping); Belic, MR (Belic, Milivoj R.)
Addresses:  [Yang Bin] Shunde Polytech, Dept Comp Technol, Shunde 528300, Peoples R China; [Zhong Wei-Ping] Shunde Polytech, Dept Elect Engn, Shunde 528300, Peoples R China; [Belic, Milivoj R.] Texas A&M Univ Qatar, Doha, Qatar
Source:  COMMUNICATIONS IN THEORETICAL PHYSICS, 53 (5): 937-942 MAY 15 2010
ISSN: 0253-6102
Publisher:  IOP PUBLISHING LTD
Funding Agency:  Supported by the Science Research Foundation of Shunde Polytechnic under Grant No. 2008-KJ06. Work at the Texas A&M University at Qatar is Supported by the NPRP 25-6-7-2 Project with the Qatar National Research Foundation.
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