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Double ionization processes triggered by intense linearly polarized laser fields have revealed the paramount role of electron-electron collisions. It has been shown [1] that the correlated dynamics of such electronic collisions can be modeled by a two dimensional symplectic map which captures the bare essentials of the energy exchange processes occurring during a recollision between the two electrons. We investigate linear and nonlinear properties of this map and connect them to the dynamical organization of phase space and related statistical data. © 2010 American Institute of Physics.

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AIP Conference Proceedings

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