Structure of Energy Fluxes in Topological Three-Dimensional Dissipative Solitons View Full Text


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DATE

2018-03

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S. V. Fedorov, N. N. Rosanov, N. A. Veretenov

ABSTRACT

The internal structure of dissipative topological solitons has been revealed by example of three-dimensional dissipative optical solitons with one open and one closed dislocation lines of a wavefront. This structure is manifested in the existence of critical points, lines, and surfaces in the field of electromagnetic energy fluxes (Poynting vector). The conservation of the topological characteristics of such solitons, which can be formed in a homogeneous laser medium with saturated amplification and absorption or in lasers with quite large longitudinal and transverse dimensions, provides additional capabilities for information applications. More... »

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327-331

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