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Soliton gas: optical fibers and water tank experiments

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HY2W04 - Statistical mechanics, integrability and dispersive hydrodynamics

Diluted soliton gas (SG) has been first investigated by V. Zakharov in 1971 : the diluted SG corresponds to a random ensemble of solitons weakly interacting and characterized by a probability density function of their (spectral) parameters. This concept has been extended to dense SG in which the solitons strongly overlap and continuously and strongly interact [G. El and A. Tovbis, Physical Review E, 101,7,2020]. We review the recent experimental results on the controled generation and analysis of SG by using direct and inverse scattering transform.

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