Solitary wave solutions of the Schäfer–Wayne short-pulse equation using two reliable methods



The Schäfer–Wayne short-pulse equation, which governs the propagation of ultra-short light pulses in silica optical fibres is analytically investigated. The sine–cosine method and solitary wave ansatz method are used for a reliable treatment of short-pulse equation. It should be noted that the study of this model admitting soliton-type solutions is very useful for future research work.


Short-pulse equation Soliton solutions Sine–cosine ansatz method Solitary wave ansatz method Bright and dark soliton solutions 


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  1. 1.Department of MathematicsUniversity of the PunjabLahorePakistan

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