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The soliton perturbation theory is used to study the solitons that are governed by the compound Korteweg de-Vries equation in presence of perturbation terms. The adiabatic parameter dynamics of the solitons in presence of the perturbation terms are obtained.
The intra-channel collision of optical solitons, with non-Kerr law nonlinearities, is studied in this paper by the aid of quasi-particle theory. The perturbations terms that are considered in this paper are both of Hamiltonian as well as non-Hamiltonian type. The suppression of soliton–soliton interaction, in presence of these perturbation terms, is… (More)
The statistical dynamics of optical solitons, in a non-Kerr law media, is studied in this paper. The Langevin equations are derived and it is proved that the solitons travel through a fiber with a fixed mean velocity. The non-linearities that are considered here are the power law, parabolic law and the dual-power law types.
The adiabatic parameter dynamics of solitons, due to fifth order KdV-type equations with power law nonlinearity, is obtained with the aid of soliton perturbation theory. In addition, the small change in the velocity of the soliton, in the presence of perturbation terms, is also determined in this work.
The intra-channel collision of optical solitons, with dual-power law nonlinearity, is studied in this paper by the aid of quasi-particle theory. The perturbation terms that are considered in this paper are of Hamil-tonian type. The suppression of soliton-soliton interaction, in presence of these perturbation terms, is acheived. The numerical simulations… (More)