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Application of canonical Hamiltonian formulation to nonlinear light-envelope propagations

@article{Liang2014ApplicationOC,
  title={Application of canonical Hamiltonian formulation to nonlinear light-envelope propagations},
  author={Guo Liang and Qi Guo},
  journal={arXiv: Pattern Formation and Solitons},
  year={2014}
}
  • Guo LiangQ. Guo
  • Published 4 January 2014
  • Physics, Mathematics
  • arXiv: Pattern Formation and Solitons
We first point out it is conditional to apply the variational approach to the nonlocal nonlinear Schr\"{o}dinger equation (NNLSE), that is, the response function must be an even function. Different from the variational approach, the canonical Hamiltonian formulation for the first-order differential system are used to deal with the problems of the nonlinear light-envelope propagations. The Hamiltonian of the system modeled by the NNLSE is obtained, which can be expressed as the sum of the… 

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