## Nonlinear waves in waveguides: with stratification |

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It can be seen that the Joseph soliton also has intermediate parameter

should be noted that in comparing soliton parameters , i.e., their velocities and

form, with parameters of real solitary waves produced in a laboratory the authors

of ...

It can be seen that the Joseph soliton also has intermediate parameter

**values**. Itshould be noted that in comparing soliton parameters , i.e., their velocities and

form, with parameters of real solitary waves produced in a laboratory the authors

of ...

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The

dynamical variables exponentially decreases with height up to the layer

boundary since kz is a pure imaginary number. We need to find the solution of

the equation ...

The

**values**of w, ką do not come under the curve u>g2. The perturbation of thedynamical variables exponentially decreases with height up to the layer

boundary since kz is a pure imaginary number. We need to find the solution of

the equation ...

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energy exchange between modes through thermoconductivity and viscosity and

allows one to estimate the magnitude of the vertical derivatives of the mean field.

**value**of the vertical scale fc~J = e\ . It is this scale that determines the degree ofenergy exchange between modes through thermoconductivity and viscosity and

allows one to estimate the magnitude of the vertical derivatives of the mean field.

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

The Discrimination and Interaction | 12 |

Interaction of Modes in an Electromagnetic Field Waveguide | 50 |

Copyright | |

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