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Nonlinearity and Disorder: Theory and Applications
Short-range correlated uniform noise in the dispersion coefficient, inherent in many types of optical fibers, broadens and eventually destroys all initially ultra-short pulses. However, under the constraint that the integral of the random component of the dispersion coefficient is set to zero (pinned), periodically or quasiperiodically along the fiber, the dynamics of the pulse propagation changes dramatically. For the case that randomness is present in addition to constant positive dispersion,doi:10.1007/978-94-010-0542-5_2 fatcat:32czyukldvaq5inah3lupbcxxm