Abstract

There is constantly growing interest in optical solitons because of their robustness and potential applications in information transmission, processing and storage schemes. Recently resting solitons were identified in scalar [1] as well as vectorial [2,3] intracavity second-harmonic generation.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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