Aleksandr Zavyalov

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Two-soliton bound states (BS) or soliton molecules in dissipative were predicted a decade ago [1–4]. These bound states are usually derived from the complex cubic-quintic Ginzburg-Landau equation (CQGLE), which is an averaged or distributed approximation of a fiber ring laser with an instantaneous saturable absorber. It has been shown that these(More)
The interaction of solitary-pulses (SPs) in optical systems attracts great attention since the experimental observation of stable SPs. The formation of different types of two-peak solutions or so called bound states (BSs) in dissipative systems was theoretically proposed [1–3] and experimentally confirmed [4]. One prominent dissipative optical(More)
We numerically demonstrate bistability of a robust dissipative soliton molecule with independently evolving phase in a normal dispersion mode-locked fiber laser. It is shown that the separation of the peaks exhibits a hysteretic behavior as a function of the pump energy. Physically this corresponds to the coexistence of two bound-state branches, one with(More)
In this paper we evaluate the present state of the seismic regime in Southern California using the concentration parameter of seismogenic faults (K~/., SOI~OLEV and ZAVYALOV, 1981). The purpose of this work is to identify potential sites for large earthquakes during the next five or ten years. The data for this study derived from the California Institute of(More)
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