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Emergence of rogue waves from optical turbulence

Abstract : We provide some general physical insights into the emergence of rogue wave events from optical turbulence by analyzing the long term evolution of the field. Depending on the amount of incoherence in the system (i.e., Hamiltonian), we identify three turbulent regimes that lead to the emergence of specific rogue wave events: (i) persistent and coherent rogue quasi-solitons, (ii) intermittent-like rogue quasi-solitons that appear and disappear erratically, and (iii) sporadic rogue waves events that emerge from turbulent fluctuations as bursts of light or intense flashes.
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Kamal Hammani, Bertrand Kibler, Christophe Finot, Antonio Picozzi. Emergence of rogue waves from optical turbulence. Physics Letters A, Elsevier, 2010, 374 (34), pp.3585-3589. ⟨10.1016/j.physleta.2010.06.035⟩. ⟨hal-00491491⟩

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