20 February 2007 Equilibrium-state emission of electron-trapping material thin-film for applications in nonlinear-dynamics
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Abstract
Optical realization of nonlinear dynamical systems such as one-dimensional maps requires nonlinear optical devices whose degree of nonlinearity is more than saturation. It is shown that the equilibrium-state emission of the electron-trapping material (ETM) under simultaneous blue light and near-infrared (NIR) illumination has highly nonlinear behavior. By controlling the two exposures, the luminescence of this stimulable storage phosphor can produce a variety of nonlinear behaviors. This nonlinear behavior is utilized in nonlinear optical signal processing.
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Ramin Pashaie, Nabil Farhat, "Equilibrium-state emission of electron-trapping material thin-film for applications in nonlinear-dynamics", Proc. SPIE 6469, Optical Components and Materials IV, 646916 (20 February 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.700369; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.700369
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