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Cantor Set Fractals from Solitons

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Solitons are general non-linear phenomena, appearing in a myriad of nonlinear wave systems in nature. Many of these systems support self-similar solitons, where a simple scaling relation exists for their sizes and intensities that maps all the solitons onto each other. Self-similar solitons occur when the underlying equation describing the system does not have any natural scale.

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