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A guided wave excited along the boundary between linear and nonlinear media known as initial inspiration for developing devices based on Kerr nonlinear optics, such as the nonlinear directional coupler, etc. Two important parameters for such structure are respectively the minimum amplitude of light required for the excitation, and the location of the peak of guided nonlinear boundary wave. Analytical procedure of derivation the two parameters commonly involved the Jacobi’s elliptic functions based on the numerical integration. In order to simplify the calculation procedure, in this paper we introduce optimization procedure based on applying the solitary wave solution for guided field inside the nonlinear media. The simulation of guided wave excitation at the interface between linear and nonlinear media is also presented.

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