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On nonlinear scattering for quantum walks

@article{Maeda2017OnNS,
  title={On nonlinear scattering for quantum walks},
  author={Masaya Maeda and Hironobu Sasaki and Etsuo Segawa and Akito Suzuki and Kanako Suzuki},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
  year={2017}
}
We study large time behavior of quantum walks (QW) with self-dependent coin. In particular, we show scattering and derive the reproducing formula for inverse scattering in the weak nonlinear regime. The proof is based on space-time estimate of (linear) QW such as Strichartz estimate. Such argument is standard in the study of nonlinear Schrodinger equations but it seems to be the first time to be applied to QW. We also numerically study the dynamics of QW and observe soliton like solutions. 
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