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- S-P Gorza, B Deconinck, Ph Emplit, T Trogdon, M Haelterman
- Physical review letters
- 2011

The transition between the standard snake instability of bright solitons of the hyperbolic nonlinear Schrödinger equation and the recently theoretically predicted oscillatory snake instability is experimentally demonstrated. The existence of this transition is proven on the basis of spatiotemporal spectral features of bright soliton laser beams propagating… (More)

The neck instability of bright solitons of the hyperbolic nonlinear Shrödinger equation is investigated. It is shown that this instability originates from a four-wave mixing interaction that links on-axis to off-axis radiation at opposite frequency bands. Our experiment supports this interpretation. Symmetry-breaking instability of solitons has been studied… (More)

Recent advances in the numerical solution of Riemann–Hilbert problems allow for the implementation of a Cauchy initial value problem solver for the Korteweg–de Vries equation (KdV) and the defocusing modified Korteweg–de Vries equation (mKdV), without any boundary approximation. Borrowing ideas from the method of nonlinear steepest descent, this method is… (More)

- Bernard Deconinck, Thomas Trogdon, Vishal Vasan
- SIAM Review
- 2014

The classical methods for solving initial-boundary-value problems for linear partial differential equations with constant coefficients rely on separation of variables, and specific integral transforms. As such, they are limited to specific equations, with special boundary conditions. Here we review a method introduced by Fokas, which contains the classical… (More)

We implement the new transform method for solving boundary value problems developed by Fokas for periodic boundary conditions. The approach presented here is not a replacement for classical methods nor is it necessarily an improvement. However, in addition to establishing that periodic problems can indeed be solve by the new transform method (which enhances… (More)

We derive a Riemann–Hilbert problem satisfied by the Baker-Akhiezer function for the finite-gap solutions of the Korteweg-de Vries (KdV) equation. As usual for Riemann-Hilbert problems associated with solutions of integrable equations, this formulation has the benefit that the space and time dependence appears in an explicit, linear and computable way. We… (More)

We solve the focusing and defocusing nonlinear Schrödinger (NLS) equations numerically by implementing the inverse scattering transform. The computation of the scattering data and of the NLS solution are both spectrally con-vergent. Initial conditions in a suitable space are treated. Using the approach of Biondini and Bui [3] we numerically solve… (More)

- Percy A Deift, Govind Menon, Sheehan Olver, Thomas Trogdon
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 2014

The authors present evidence for universality in numerical computations with random data. Given a (possibly stochastic) numerical algorithm with random input data, the time (or number of iterations) to convergence (within a given tolerance) is a random variable, called the halting time. Two-component universality is observed for the fluctuations of the… (More)

- Levent Sagun, Thomas Trogdon, Yann LeCun
- ArXiv
- 2015

The authors present empirical universal distributions for the halting time (measured by the number of iterations to reach a given accuracy) of optimization algorithms applied to two random systems: spin glasses and deep learning. Given an algorithm, which we take to be both the optimization routine and the form of the random landscape, the fluctuations of… (More)

- Simon-Pierre Gorza, Bernard Deconinck, Thomas Trogdon, Philippe Emplit, Marc Haelterman
- Optics letters
- 2012

The neck instability of bright solitons of the hyperbolic nonlinear Shrödinger equation is investigated. It is shown that this instability originates from a four-wave mixing interaction that links on-axis to off-axis radiation at opposite frequency bands. Our experiment supports this interpretation.