Abstract

We report a new algorithm, called the self-adjusting algorithm, to construct an aperiodic optical superlattice in which multiple nonlinear optical parametric processes can be realized simultaneously with high conversion efficiency. The numerical simulations show that a self-adjusting algorithm has obvious advantages that are due to its own physical process and feedback function. Especially in comparison with other existing algorithms, a self-adjusting algorithm can eliminate the need to search blindly and is independent of the initial conditions.

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