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Discrete and continuous nonlinear Schrodinger systems.


Discrete and continuous nonlinear Schrodinger systems.

Ablowitz, Mark J.

Cambridge U. Pr.


257 pages



London Mathematical Society lecture note series; 302


Ablowitz (University of Colorado-Boulder) offers a self-contained presentation of the inverse scattering transform (IST) as applied to nonlinear Schrodinger (NLS) systems. Detailed mathematical analysis of the scattering theory is presented, soliton solutions are obtained, and soliton interactions are analyzed. Coverage encompasses aspects of the scattering theory, vector-soliton interactions, and the IST for well-known discrete systems.

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