Akhmediev, Nail; Soto-Crespo, J.M.; Devine, Natasha
Turbulence in integrable systems exhibits a noticeable scientific advantage: it can be expressed in terms of the nonlinear modes of these systems. Whether the majority of the excitations in the system are breathers or solitons defines the properties of the turbulent state. In the two extreme cases we can call such states “breather turbulence” or “soliton turbulence.” The number of rogue waves, the probability density functions of the chaotic wave fields, and their physical spectra are all...[Show more]
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