Solving Eq. 2 requires a matrix exponential method, and this yields the light evolving pattern that contains the probability matrix for all waveguides. The Pade approximation function (41) in MATLAB was used in the simulation. The calculated probability for each waveguide was then treated to be a Gaussian spot with the spot intensity proportional to the probability to visualize the comparison between the theoretical and experimental patterns.

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