Influence of nonMarkovian relaxation processes on selfinduced transparency: Memory function theory for optical solitons
(2008) In Physical Review A (Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics) 78(1). Abstract
 The influence of transverse relaxation on the resonance soliton (2 pi hyperbolicsecant pulse) in solids is considered. It is shown that memory effects can be considered in terms of generalized nonMarkovian optical Bloch equations. The equations of selfinduced transparency with a memory function are presented. Explicit forms for the firstorder effects of this relaxation on the frequency shift and the pulse height of a resonant 2 pi soliton in solids are given and discussed. It is shown that memory effects do lead to a qualitative change in the dynamics of the influence of transverse relaxations on a 2 pi pulse in comparison to the McCallHahn theory and others. The dynamics of the changes of the inverse width of the pulse are obtained... (More)
 The influence of transverse relaxation on the resonance soliton (2 pi hyperbolicsecant pulse) in solids is considered. It is shown that memory effects can be considered in terms of generalized nonMarkovian optical Bloch equations. The equations of selfinduced transparency with a memory function are presented. Explicit forms for the firstorder effects of this relaxation on the frequency shift and the pulse height of a resonant 2 pi soliton in solids are given and discussed. It is shown that memory effects do lead to a qualitative change in the dynamics of the influence of transverse relaxations on a 2 pi pulse in comparison to the McCallHahn theory and others. The dynamics of the changes of the inverse width of the pulse are obtained in both the Markovian and the nonMarkovian cases with realistic parameters that can be achieved in current experiments. (Less)
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 Adamashvili, G. T. ; Kaup, D. J. ; Knorr, A. and Weber, Carsten ^{LU}
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 2008
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 Physical Review A (Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics)
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 78
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 1
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 American Physical Society
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 10502947
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 10.1103/PhysRevA.78.013840
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 English
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