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Non-Uniqueness of Non-Linear Optical Response

@inproceedings{McCaul2021NonUniquenessON,
  title={Non-Uniqueness of Non-Linear Optical Response},
  author={Gerard McCaul and Alexander F. King and Denys I. Bondar},
  year={2021}
}
In recent years, non-linear optical phenomena have attracted much attention, with a particular focus on the engineering and exploitation of non-linear responses. Comparatively little study has however been devoted to the driving fields that generate these responses. In this work, we demonstrate that the relationship between a driving field and the optical response it induces is not-unique. Using a generic model for a strongly interacting system, we show that multiple candidate driving field… 

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