George I. Stegeman and Roger Stolen
The last decade has witnessed the emergence of nonlinear optics in waveguides, both fiber and integrated optics. Although there have been many noteworthy developments, here we concentrate on three specific areas that have caught and sustained interest because of their
fascinating physics and/or applications potential.
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Publish Date: 01 December 1990
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