Extreme events and single-pulse spatial patterns observed in a self-pulsing all-solid-state laser.

@article{Bonazzola2018ExtremeEA,
  title={Extreme events and single-pulse spatial patterns observed in a self-pulsing all-solid-state laser.},
  author={Carlos R. Bonazzola and Alejandro Andr{\'e}s Hnilo and Marcelo G. Kovalsky and Jorge R. Tredicce},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2018},
  volume={97 3-1},
  pages={
          032215
        }
}
The passively Q-switched, self-pulsing all-solid-state laser is a device of widespread use in many applications. Depending on the condition of saturation of the absorber, which is easy to adjust, different dynamical regimes are observed: continuous-wave emission, stable oscillations, period doubling bifurcations, chaos, and, within some chaotic regimes, extreme events (EEs) in the form of pulses of extraordinary intensity. These pulses are sometimes called "dissipative optical rogue waves." The… CONTINUE READING
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