Optical Solitons and Their Spin Wave Analogues in 3He
Solitons already have applications in statistical mechanics, low temperature physics, particle physics, plasma physics, and other areas.  Coherent non-linear optics has stimulated some of the remarkable advances in soliton theory made in the last few years.
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