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Soliton dynamics for CNLS systems with potentials

Asymptotic Analysis (Impact Factor: 0.42). 10/2008;
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ABSTRACT The soliton dynamics in the semiclassical limit for a weakly coupled nonlinear focusing Schr\"odinger systems in presence of a nonconstant potential is studied by taking as initial data some rescaled ground state solutions of an associate elliptic system. Comment: 25 pages, 2 figures

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