Pulse characterization in ultrafast microscopy: A comparison of FROG, MIIPS and G-MIIPS

@article{Comin2015PulseCI,
  title={Pulse characterization in ultrafast microscopy: A comparison of FROG, MIIPS and G-MIIPS},
  author={A. Comin and M. Rhodes and R. Ciesielski and R. Trebino and A. Hartschuh},
  journal={2015 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO)},
  year={2015},
  pages={1-2}
}
MIIPS is a popular method for compressing femtosecond pulses. It is not ideal for complex pulses, like those produced by self-phase modulation. We show that several limitations are fixed by an improvement called G-MIIPS. 

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