# Pretty pictures

All imagines made in gnuplot

**Top left:** comparing the KER for H_{2}^{+}. The blue line is the Fourier transform without projecting out bound states propagated after the pulse, green the Fourier transform with projecting out bound state propagated after the pulses. Red (covered by the other lines at high energies) is the exact method.

**Top right:** same as top left except for D_{2}^{+}.

**Bottom left:** exact KER vs energy and CEP for H_{2}^{+}.

**Bottom right:** exact KER vs energy and CEP for D_{2}^{+}.

**Top left:** exact asymmetry H_{2}^{+}.

**Top right:** exact asymmetry D_{2}^{+}.

**Middle left:** Fourier transform with projecting out bound states propagated after the pulse asymmetry H_{2}^{+}.

**Middle right:** Fourier transform with projecting out bound states propagated after the pulse asymmetry D_{2}^{+}.

**Bottom left:** Fourier transform without projecting out bound states propagated after the pulse asymmetry H_{2}^{+}.

**Bottom right:** Fourier transform without projecting out bound states propagated after the pulse asymmetry D_{2}^{+}.

**Top left:** exact KER H_{2}.

**Top right:** exact KER D_{2}.

**Bottom left:** Fourier transform with projecting out bound states propagated after the pulse KER H_{2}.

**Bottom right:** Fourier transform with projecting out bound states propagated after the pulse KER D_{2}.

**Top left:** Fourier transform with projecting out bound states right after the pulse KER H_{2}^{+}.

**Top right:** Fourier transform with projecting out bound states right after the pulse KER D_{2}^{+}.

**Middle left:** Fourier transform with projecting out bound states propagated after the pulse KER H_{2}^{+}.

**Middle right:** Fourier transform with projecting out bound states propagated after the pulse KER D_{2}^{+}.

**Bottom left:** Fourier transform without projecting out bound states propagated after the pulse KER H_{2}^{+}.

**Bottom right:** Fourier transform without projecting out bound states propagated after the pulse KER D_{2}^{+}.

**Top left:** exact asymmetry H_{2}.

**Top right:** exact asymmetry D_{2}.

**Bottom left:** Fourier transform with projecting out bound states propagated after the pulse asymmetry H_{2}.

**Bottom right:** Fourier transform with projecting out bound states propagated after the pulse asymmetry D_{2}.

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^{+}propogated after the pulse. The red represents the function corresponding to 1sσg and the green to the 2pσu channel. The blue line shows where we "cut" the function and say anything to the left is bounded and to the right continous.