Abstract

The transition between the transient and the stationary regimes of stimulated Raman scattering is examined computationally for pulses with a sharp initial rise. We find that the transient-regime predictions are useful for times less than T2 regardless of the pulse duration and that the stationary-regime predictions become useful only for times much greater than T2.

© 1996 Optical Society of America

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