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Chaos due to parametric excitation: phase space symmetry and photon correlations

  title={Chaos due to parametric excitation: phase space symmetry and photon correlations},
  author={Tigran V. Gevorgyan and Gohar Hovsepyan and Anna R. Shahinyan and G. Y. Kryuchkyan},
  journal={arXiv: Other Condensed Matter},
We discuss dissipative chaos showing symmetries in the phase space and nonclassical statistics for a parametrically driven nonlinear Kerr resonator (PDNR). In this system an oscillatory mode is created in the process of degenerate down-conversion of photons under interaction with a train of external Gaussian pulses. For chaotic regime we demonstrate, that the Poincar\'e section showing a strange attractor, as well as the resonator mode contour plots of the Wigner functions display two-fold… 

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