# Research data supporting "Asymmetrical temporal dynamics of edge modes in Su-Schrieffer-Heeger lattice with Kerr nonlinearity"

This dataset includes all numerical simulation data used for Figures 2-6 and Fig. S1 in the paper "Asymmetrical temporal dynamics of edge modes in Su-Schrieffer-Heeger lattice with Kerr nonlinearity". They are the solutions of the eigenvalue equation Eq. (7) and the time-dependent coupled mode equation Eq. (9).

First, there are two data files that correspond to optical bistability in the SSH lattice. Both files have the same structure with15 columns; the first column is the input intensity and the remaining 14 columns are the intensity in each site for CW (2^{nd}-8^{th} column) and CCW (9^{th} – 15^{th} ) direction.

filenames: panel a: ob_k_all.txt, panel b: ob_k_1st.txt

Second, there are two data files that correspond to distribution intensity through the SSH lattice at specific input intensity values. All of them have the same structure; the first column is the site index, and the second and third columns are optical intensity in CW and CCW, respectively. The numbers in the filenames are the input intensities.

filenames: di_2.82I_s.txt, di_4.94I_s.txt

Third, there are 16 data files that correspond to Poincare sections of the maxima of oscillating

coupled intensity for the first ring resonator calculated using the methods described in the manuscript. All of them have the same structure; the first column has detuning values, and the remaining columns have the maximum intensity. The numbers in front of I_s in the filenames are the intensities and the ones after I_s for the last six files are the site indices.

filenames: ps_0.05I_s.txt, ps_2I_s.txt, ps_3I_s.txt, ps_4I_s.txt, ps_5I_s.txt, ps_20I_s.txt, ps_25I_s.txt, ps_30I_s.txt, ps_35I_s.txt, ps_40I_s.txt, ps_40I_s_2.txt, ps_40I_s_3.txt, ps_40I_s_4.txt, ps_40I_s_5.txt, ps_40I_s_6.txt, ps_40I_s_7.txt

## History

## Data file formats

txt## Language(s) in dataset

- English-Great Britain (EN-GB)

## Additional Schools linked to data generation

- School of Physics and Astronomy