Long-cavity, all-normal dispersion mode-locked fiber lasers (LFLs) have recently attracted considerable interest, both as high-energy pulse sources and for their rich intra-cavity nonlinear dynamics. Such lasers typically support stationary states in the form of highly-chirped broad pulses, which are examples of dissipative solitons found in a wide range of physical systems [1,2], thus offering a convenient platform for studying nonlinear wave interactions.

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