Generation of the Quasi-solitons in the Lasers: Computer Algebra Approach to an Analysis
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The recent progress in the generation of the extremely short laser pulses has allowed to reach the pulse durations of few femtoseconds and the peak intensities higher than 1015 W/cm2 (for review see ). Their applications cover the range from the technology and the medicine to the sophisticated spectroscopical researches and the nuclear fusion. The femtosecond lasers possess the rich nonlinear properties, which dramatically complicate the field dynamics. There are two main approaches to the theoretical analysis of the femtosecond pulse dynamics. In fact, these approaches reproduce the mainstreams of the nonlinear physics in general.
KeywordsFemtosecond Laser Saturable Absorber Ultrashort Pulse Soliton Model Semiconductor Saturable Absorber
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