Airy-soliton interactions in self-defocusing media with PT potentials

@article{Shi2018AirysolitonII,
  title={Airy-soliton interactions in self-defocusing media with PT potentials},
  author={Zhiwei Shi and Huagang Li and Xing Zhu and Zhigang Chen},
  journal={Europhysics Letters},
  year={2018},
  volume={124}
}
We investigate Airy-soliton interactions in self-defocusing media with PT potentials in one transverse dimension. We discuss different potentials in which the interacting beams with different phases are launched into the media at different separation distances. During interactions, there exist a primary collision region and a relaxation region accompanied by continuous interaction with the dispersed Airy tail. In the relaxation region, the beams exist as soliton-like and breathers-like… 
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