Abstract

Abstract

The value of Δ in Fig.7 and Fig.8 was wrongly printed.

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  1. R. Kapoor and G. S. Agarwal, ”Finite beam curvature related patterns in a saturable medium,”Opt. Express 4, 161-166 (1999), http://epubs.osa.org/oearchive/source/8500.htm
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 Figure 7
Figure 7 Patterns obtained with propagation of a diverging elliptic-Gaussian beam through a defocusing nonlinear medium. The medium was placed at several positions after the beam waist. Δ = 18, α = 300, G 0 = 30, and q = [ z 0 + .12 i , z 0 + .21 i ] cm. Aperture was 12 times of the input beam size along both the axes. The successive frames (from left to right) are for z 0 = −3.0, -4.0 and -5.0 cm.
Figure 8
Figure 8 Patterns obtained with propagation of a converging elliptic-Gaussian beam through a defocusing nonlinear medium. The medium was placed at several positions before the beam waist. Δ = 18, α = 300, G 0 = 30, and q = [ z 0 + .12 i , z 0 + .21 i ] cm. Aperture was 12 times of the input beam size along both the axes. The successive frames (from left to right) are for z 0 = 3.0, 4.0 and 5.0 cm.

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