Statistical dynamics of optical solitons in a non-Kerr law media

  title={Statistical dynamics of optical solitons in a non-Kerr law media},
  author={Anjan Biswas and Swapan Konar and Essaid Zerrad},
  journal={The International Journal of Contemporary Mathematical Sciences},
The statistical dynamics of optical solitons, in a non-Kerr law media, is studied in this paper. The Langevin equations are derived and it is proved that the solitons travel through a fiber with a fixed mean velocity. The non-linearities that are considered here are the power law, parabolic law and the dual-power law types. 
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