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The SVEA is equivalent to assuming that the range Aß and Δ ω for which Α(Αβ, Δω) is significantly different from zero is such that Aß « ß0 and Δω « ω 0 . A simple way to obtain the propagation equation is to write the propagation constant β as (8) β = / ? L M + ßNL, where /? l (cü) is the linear part. The nonlinear part / ? N L is due to fiber nonlinearity, and is related to n2 by the relation  /W = ^ W a , (9) 2 where A is normalized such that \A\ represents the power and oo / oo A A*t = ^\F(x,y)\ dxdyj -oo uj\F(x,y)\ y-oo \2 2 dxdy .
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