Multipole Composite Spatial Solitons: Theory and Experiment
We discuss the properties of composite (or vector) spatial optical solitons created by the incoherent interaction of two optical beams and associated with higher-order modes guided by a soliton-induced waveguide in a bulk medium. Such stationary (2 + 1)-dimensional self-trapped localized structures include, in particular, vortex-and dipole-mode vector solitons and also incorporate higher-order multipole spatial solitons in a bulk medium, such as quadrupole solitons and necklace-type composite...[Show more]
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