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Application of Darboux Transformation to solve Multisoliton Solution on Non-linear Schr\

@inproceedings{Trisetyarso2009ApplicationOD,
  title={Application of Darboux Transformation to solve Multisoliton Solution on Non-linear Schr\},
  author={Agung Trisetyarso},
  year={2009}
}
Darboux transformation is one of the methods used in solving nonlinear evolution equation. Basically, the Darboux transformation is a linear algebra formulation of the solutions of the Zakharov-Shabat system of equations associated with the nonlinear evolution equation. In this work, the evolution of monochromatic electromagnetic wave in a nonlinear-dispersive optical medium is considered. Using the Darboux transformation, explicit multisoliton solutions (one to three soliton solutions) are… 

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