# Soliton laser: Geometry and stability

@article{Okulov2000SolitonLG, title={Soliton laser: Geometry and stability}, author={A. Okulov}, journal={Optics and Spectroscopy}, year={2000}, volume={89}, pages={131-133} }

It is shown that by properly choosing the geometry of mirrors and the arrangement of nonlinear elements in a confocal nonlinear optical microresonator with gain and losses, spatially localized wave structures, which are stable with respect to a broad class of perturbations, can be excited.

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