28 January 2005 Optical patterns of the spatially coupled acousto-optic bistable map system
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We present a study of the evolutions to spatiotemporal chaos for the extended spatially acousto-optic bistable system in the one- and two-dimensional map lattices. As the system parameters are changed, we obtain the evolutions of the different patterns such as the frozen random state, the pattern selection state, the defect chaotic diffusion state, the defect turbulence state, the pattern competition intermittency state, and the fully developed turbulence state in the one-dimensional extended spatially acousto-optic bistable system. We demonstrate also the evolutions that the homogeneous symmetric states generate symmetry breaking from the four corners and the boundaries and finally lead to spatiotemporal chaos with the increase of the iteration time in the two-dimensional extended spatially acousto-optic bistable system.
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Li-juan Yue, Li-juan Yue, Ke Shen, Ke Shen, } "Optical patterns of the spatially coupled acousto-optic bistable map system", Proc. SPIE 5646, Nonlinear Optical Phenomena and Applications, (28 January 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.572110; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.572110
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