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Numerical Soliton Solutions for a Discrete Sine-Gordon System

Houde Han, Jiwei Zhang & Hermann Brunner

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Commun. Comput. Phys., 6 (2009), pp. 903-918.

Published online: 2009-06

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In this paper we use an analytical-numerical approach to find, in a systematic way, new 1-soliton solutions for a discrete sine-Gordon system in one spatial dimension. Since the spatial domain is unbounded, the numerical scheme employed to generate these soliton solutions is based on the artificial boundary method. A large selection of numerical examples provides much insight into the possible shapes of these new 1-solitons.

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In this paper we use an analytical-numerical approach to find, in a systematic way, new 1-soliton solutions for a discrete sine-Gordon system in one spatial dimension. Since the spatial domain is unbounded, the numerical scheme employed to generate these soliton solutions is based on the artificial boundary method. A large selection of numerical examples provides much insight into the possible shapes of these new 1-solitons.

Houde Han, Jiwei Zhang & Hermann Brunner. (2020). Numerical Soliton Solutions for a Discrete Sine-Gordon System. Communications in Computational Physics. 6 (4). 903-918. doi:
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