soliton


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(physics) a quantum of energy or quasiparticle that can be propagated as a traveling wave in nonlinear systems and is neither preceded nor followed by another such disturbance

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For instance, solitons have been a subject of intense research during the past decades in the context of laser propagation in nonlinear optical media.
The temporal profile can also be retrieved, which can be interesting, for example, in the case when we are on a soliton state for the given detuning, and by comparing the position of the soliton relative to the origin of time which is linked to the soliton drift:
Let(g, V, [lambda]) be a Ricci soliton in an (2n + l)-dimensional N(k)-manifold M.
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There exist various sorts of non linear fibers; however, one of the most apprehension to soliton hypothesis is a self-staged adjustment [3].
In the modelling of wave phenomena it is possible to grasp even within a single governing equation many complex effects such as stable solutions formed as a result of the balance between nonlinear and dispersive effects, wave trajectories may form a certain pattern like Korteweg-de Vries (KdV) soliton trajectories or chaotic solutions may emerge under an external impact.
In the process of propagation, the behavior of the spectrum is similar to the pulse behavior in the case of the soliton compression.
In what follows, we investigate lump soliton solutions and their dynamics and the susceptibility of their interactions with other types of solutions using the Hirota method for (1).
Figure 4 summarizes the characteristics of single soliton pulse of our fiber laser at pump power of 85.4 mW.
For the NLSE, Zakharov and Shabat found the soliton solution in their ground-breaking paper [2] (called ZS hereafter).
There are various aspects of soliton communication that still need to be addressed.