4 edition of Nontopological Solitons found in the catalog.
by World Scientific Pub Co Inc
Written in English
World Scientific Lecture Notes in Physics
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The Editors v CONTENTS Some Recent Developments on Solitons in Two-Dimensional Field Theories 1 Andre Neveu Path Integral Quantization of Solitons 17 A. Jevicki Nontopological Solitons 39 R. Friedberg Vacuum Bubble Instantons 57 P. H. Frampton Nonlinear Deep Water Waves: A Physical Testing Ground for Solitons and Recurrence. The basic properties of solitons are introduced here using examples from macroscopic physics (e.g. blood pressure pulses and fibre optical communications). The book then presents the main theoretical methods before discussing applications from solid state or atomic physics such as dislocations, Price: $
Solitons are waves with exceptional stability properties which appear in many areas of physics. The basic properties of solitons are introduced here using examples from macroscopic physics (e.g. blood pressure pulses and fibre optical communications). The book then presents the main theoretical methods before discussing applications from solid state or atomic physics such as dislocations. Solitons in fiber optics. from the following it would be useful to know over what distance this was achieved, as otherwise its meaningless: In , Thierry Georges and his team at France Telecom R&D Center, combining optical solitons of different wavelengths (wavelength division multiplexing), demonstrated a data transmission of 1 terabit per second (1,,,, units of information per.
Abstract: In this report, fundamental educational concepts of linear and non-linear equations and solutions of nonlinear equations from the book High-Temperature Superconductivity: The Nonlinear Mechanism and Tunneling Measurements (Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, , pages ) is given. There are a few ways to classify solitons. For example, there are . Solitons are exceptionally stable standing waves which appear in many areas of physics. This book introduces the basic properties of solitons using examples from macroscopic physics before presenting the main theoretical methods. It then discusses applications .
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Solitons as particles 1 A brief history of topological solitons 3 Bogomolny equations and moduli spaces 7 Soliton dynamics 8 Solitons and integrable systems 10 Solitons – experimental status 12 Outline of this book 14 2Lagrangians and ﬁelds 15 Finite-dimensional systems 15 Symmetries and conservation laws This book provides an introduction to integrable and non-integrable scalar field models with topological and non-topological soliton solutions.
Focusing on both topological and non-topological solitons, it brings together debates around solitary waves and construction of soliton solutions in various models and provides a discussion of solitons Cited by: Author by: Yakov M. Shnir Languange: en Publisher by: Cambridge University Press Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 81 Total Download: File Size: 47,7 Mb Description: An introduction to integrable and non-integrable scalar field models, with topological and non-topological soliton ng on both topological and non-topological solitons, this book brings.
Nontopological solitons. [L Wilets] -- Successful modeling of quantum chromodynamics with a relativistic quark-soliton field theory has been developed over the past decade.
The book summarizes and expands upon the extensive literature on the subject, concentrating on the Friedberg-Lee model and variations thereof. New results and future. Topological and non-topological solitons in scalar field theories Shnir, Yakov M. "Solitons emerge in various non-linear systems as stable localized configurations behaving in many ways like particles, from non-linear optics and condensed matter to nuclear physics to cosmology and supersymmetric theories" This book is a comprehensive survey of static topological solitons and their dynamical interactions.
Particular emphasis is placed on the solitons which satisfy first-order Bogomolny equations. For these, the soliton dynamics can be investigated by finding the geodesics on the moduli space of static multi-soliton solutions.
System Upgrade on Tue, May 19th, at 2am (ET) During this period, E-commerce and registration of new users may not be available for up to 12 hours. Nontopological solitons are stable bound state solutions whose boundary condition at infinity is the same as that for the physical vacuum state.
They exist in classical, as well as quantum mechanical, field theories. These solutions in any space-dimension are reviewed. List of Portraits; Preface; Part I.
Different Classes of Solitons: Introduction; 1. Nontopological solitons: the Korteweg-de Vries equation; 2. Topological soltitons: sine-Gordon equation; 3. Envelope solitons and nonlinear localisation: the nonlinear Schrödinger equation; 4.
The modelling process: ion acoustic waves in a plasma; Part II. Mathematical Methods for the Study of Solitons. Nontopological Solitons. Edited by L WILETS. Published by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd. Friedberg R. () Nontopological Solitons. In: Perlmutter A., Scott L.F.
(eds) The Significance of Nonlinearity in the Natural Sciences. Studies in the Natural Sciences (A Series from the Center for Theoretical Studies), vol The book summarizes and expands upon the extensive literature on the subject, concentrating on the Friedberg-Lee model and variations thereof.
New results and future directions are included. Theory, mathematical methods and numerical results are emphasized. This book is a comprehensive survey of static topological solitons and their dynamical interactions. Particular emphasis is placed on the solitons which satisfy first-order Bogomolny equations.
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Classical Theory of Gauge Fields. This collection of papers by the renowned physicist, T.D. Lee, covers the four main areas of his work since soliton stars and black holes; discrete physics; condensed matter and many-body systems; and relativistic heavy ion collisions, particle physics and field theory.
In addition, the book contains several of Professor Lee's lectures on such topics as the evolution of physics in this. These parameter restrictions will be the conditions for the existence of a set of non-topological solitons.
By inverting the integral (8) written above, one has finally the following solution by avoiding singular behavior (16) As usual, for qualitative purposes, this solution can be visualized by taking concrete parameter values.
Nontopological solitons. By Lawrence Wilets. The book summarizes and expands upon the extensive literature on the subject, concentrating on the Friedberg-Lee model and variations thereof. New results and future directions are included.
Topics: General Theoretical. This review volume on topological and nontopological chiral solitons presents a global view on the current developments of this field in particle and nuclear physics.
The book addresses problems in quantization, restoration of translational and rotational symmetry, and the field theoretical approach to solitons which are common problems in the. Abstract. In the previous chapters we introduced solitons that are in fact nontopological solitons, because the system returns to its initial state after the passage of the the present Chap.
we introduce a new class of solitons or kink solitons called topological solitons, because in some cases the structure of the system is modified after the passage of the wave. tons. For example, there are topological and nontopological solitons.
Independently of the topological nature of solitons, all solitons can be divided into two groups by taking into account their pro les: perma-nent and timedependent.
For example, kink solitons have a permanent pro le (in ideal systems), while all breathers have an internal dynam.
1 Nontopological solitons: the Korteweg–de Vries equation 7 The discovery 7 The solutions of the KdV equation 17 Conservation rules 23 Nonlinear electrical lines 25 Blood pressure waves 33 Internal waves in oceanography 38 Generality of the KdV equation 39 2 Topological solitons: the sine-Gordon equation This book provides an up-to-date overview of mathematical theories and research results on solitons, presenting related mathematical methods and applications as well as numerical experiments.
Different types of soliton equations are covered along with their dynamical behaviors and applications from physics, making the book an essential.Non-topological solitons with finite energy do exist in (3+1) dimensions due to a non-trivial phase of the scalar field and an associated U(1) symmetry of the model, though.
We construct these so.