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53, 62 (1985). Lett. B (to be published). Aravind, to be published. T. Arecchi, R. Meucci, and M. Ciofini Istituto Nazionale di Ottica Largo E. Fermi, 6, 50i25 Firenze, Italy Theoretical studies of the semiclassical laser equations for two-level atoms predict the appearence of a delayed bifurcation when the pUTP parameter is swept linearly in time across the threshold reg ion 2 . Recently, such a delayed bifurcation has been observed by Scharpf et al . (2) at the threshold of an Ar+ laser by varying the cavity losses.
I ve nonl inear optical fiber is governed by the following coupled nonlinear Schrodinger Coherence and Quantum Optics VI Edited by J. H. Eberly et al. Plenum Press, New York, 1990 17 equations: (1) a A2 - az +- 1 v Ifl. a A2 - at i + - 2 ~ ; Az. 2 z 2 - - = 1 Y2 (I A21 + 2! A]I )Al ' at 2 (2) where Vgj (j=' or 2) is the group velocity, Pj is the GVD coefficient, and Yj is the nonlinear coefficient related to the nonlinear parameter n2 of a Kerr medium. The two terms on the right-hand side of these equations are responsible for self-phase modulation (SPM) and XPM.
Agrawal The Institute of Optics University of Rochester Rochester, New York 14627 Many physical systems exhibit an instability that leads to a selfinduced modulation of the steady state as a between referred the nonlinear and to as modulation dispersive resu J t effects. instability and has of an This been interplay is ~henomenon studied in such diverse fields as fluid dynamics, nonlinear optiC's, and plasma physics. Considerable attention has recently focussed 011 modulation instability occurring in optical fibers.
Coherence and Quantum Optics VI: Proceedings of the Sixth Rochester Conference on Coherence and Quantum Optics held at the University of Rochester, June 26–28, 1989 by N. B. Abraham, D. E. Chyba (auth.), Joseph H. Eberly, Leonard Mandel, Emil Wolf (eds.)