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Fiz, 18:1745, 1972, Sov. Physics JETP, 35:908, 1972. Chapter 2 Numerical Solution of the Nonlinear Helmholtz Equation G. il S. 1 Introduction Background The objective of this chapter is to describe a new numerical algorithm for studying nonlinear self-focusing of time-harmonic electromagnetic waves. The physical mechanism that leads to self-focusing is known as the Kerr eﬀect. At the microscopic level, the Kerr eﬀect may originate from electrostriction, nonresonant electrons, or from molecular orientation.
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