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Soliton Shedding from Airy Pulses in a Highly Dispersive and Nonlinear Medium

  title={Soliton Shedding from Airy Pulses in a Highly Dispersive and Nonlinear Medium},
  author={Deependra Singh Gaur and Ankita Purohit and Akhilesh Kumar Mishra},
Soliton propagation, a result of the interplay between dispersion and nonlinearity, is possible at certain input pulse power. Soliton shedding from Airy pulse at low input pulse power is a challenge. We present a numerical investigation of the propagation of truncated Airy pulse in a highly dispersive and nonlinear medium by employing the split-step Fourier transform method and look, in particular, into the effects of fourth order dispersion (FOD) and cubicquintic nonlinearity on pulse… Expand


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