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Because they involve only one field component, the easiest cases to solve analytically occur for nonlinear, TE-polarized, slab guided waves under the assumption of a Kerr law nonlinearity. The sign of the nonlinear coefficient afJdetermines the nature of the nonlinear guided waves, with the most interesting results occurring for self-focusing (ocu > 0) nonlinearities. 1. Nonlinear Guided W a v e s First, we discuss the situation in which the field distribution normal to the waveguide surfaces changes with power for thin film waveguides.
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Contemporary Nonlinear Optics by Robert Boyd (Auth.)