The imaginary part of the high-harmonic cutoff: 3D figures and Supplementary Material
This page contains 3D figures and the Supplementary Material for the paper
You should see six manipulatable 3D figures below. This document uses WebGL and X3DOM to run, and should work on recent versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge, as well as Internet Explorer. To check whether your browser supports X3DOM click here; for more browser information see here.
This document is available at https://imaginary-harmonic-cutoff.github.io/ and as a bundle for download as doi:10.5281/zenodo.3758483. If downloaded and viewed locally, your browser should be configured to allow access to local files. The code used to produce these figures is available as doi:10.5281/zenodo.3692562.
3D Figure 1(a,b)
3D Figure 1(c)
3D Figure 1(d)
3D Figure 1(e)
3D Figure 1(f)
3D Figure 2
This section contains 3D-printable models of the figures shown above.
- All of the models in a single zip file:
The real part of the Riemann-surface topology, as shown in 3D Figure 1(a,b):
- 3D Figure 1(a,b): Re(wt).stl
- The imaginary part of the Riemann-surface topology, as shown in 3D Figure 1(c-f), including only one orbit per file:
- An alternative slicing of the imaginary part of the Riemann surface (shown collectively in 3D Figure 1(c-f)), showing one of the vertical strips of Fig. 5 (and thus only one branch cut) per file:
The topology of the bicircular-field quantum orbits in 3D Figure 2:
- 3D Figure 2: Bicircular topology.stl
These models should be printable on a variety of technologies, including resin-based SLS and filament-based SLA. Unfortunately, due to quarantine measures in response to the COVID-19 outbreak of early 2020, it has not been possible for the authors to verify that the models can print correctly, so they are provided as is, in the hope that they do.