New shape of the chirped bright, dark optical solitons and complex solutions for (2+1) Ginzburg-Landau equation
Keywords:Chirped bright and dark, Complex solutions, (2 1)-Ginzburg-Landau equation, modulation instability.
Investigation of the Ginzburg-Landau equation (GLE) was done to secure new chirped bright, dark periodic and singular function solutions. For this, we used the traveling wave hypothesis and the chirp component. From there it was pointed out the constraint relation to the dierent arbitrary parameters of the GLE. Thereafter, we employed the improved sub-ODE method to handle the nonlinear ordinary differential equation (NODE). It was highlighted the virtue of the used analytical method via new chirped solitary waves. In our knowledge, these results are new, and will be helpful to explain physical phenomenons.
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