by Boris Malomed (ed.)
Publisher: MDPI AG 2017
Number of pages: 316
The topic of guided wave propagation comprises a vast research area overlapping with photonics, matter waves in macroscopic quantum media, hydrodynamics, acoustics, plasma physics, etc. In many situations, tightly confined GWs naturally acquire high amplitudes, which gives rise to a plenty of fascinating nonlinear effects. In particular, waveguides often provide a combination of nonlinearity, group-velocity dispersion, and low losses which is necessary for the creation of solitons.
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