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Multiple Solitons in Systems Governed by the Swift-Hohenberg Equation

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The complex quintic Swift-Hohenberg equation is a model for describing pulse generation in mode-locked lasers with a complicated spectral response. We study several types of stationary and moving composite solitons of this equation.

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