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We investigate the initial-boundary value problem for the general three-component nonlinear Schrodinger (gtc-NLS) equation with a 4x4 Lax pair on a finite interval by extending the Fokas unified approach. The solutions of the gtc-NLS equation can be expressed in terms of the solutions of a 4x4 matrix Riemann-Hilbert (RH) problem formulated in the complex k-plane. Moreover, the relevant jump matrices of the RH problem can be explicitly found via the three spectral functions arising from the in...
In this paper, we explore the initial-boundary value (IBV) problem for an integrable spin-1 Gross-Pitaevskii system with a 4x4 Lax pair on the finite interval by extending the Fokas unified transform approach. The solution of this system can be expressed in terms of the solution of a 4x4 matrix Riemann-Hilbert (RH) problem formulated in the complex k-plane. Furthermore, the relevant jump matrices with explicit (x, t)-dependence of the matrix RH problem can be explicitly found via three spectr...
We use two families of parameters $\{(\epsilon_{x_j}, \epsilon_{t_j})\,|\,\epsilon_{x_j,t_j}=\pm1,\, j=1,2,...,n\}$ to first introduce a unified novel two-family-parameter system (simply called ${\mathcal Q}^{(n)}_{\epsilon_{x_{\vec{n}}},\epsilon_{t_{\vec{n}}}}$ system), connecting integrable local, nonlocal, novel mixed-local-nonlocal, and other nonlocal vector nonlinear Schr\"odinger (VNLS) equations. The ${\mathcal Q}^{(n)}_{\epsilon_{x_{\vec{n}}}, \epsilon_{t_{\vec{n}}}}$ system with $(\e...
We investigate the initial-boundary value problem for the integrable spin-1 Gross-Pitaevskii (GP) equations with a 4x4 Lax pair on the half-line. The solution of this system can be obtained in terms of the solution of a 4x4 matrix Riemann-Hilbert (RH) problem formulated in the complex k-plane. The relevant jump matrices of the RH problem can be explicitly found using the two spectral functions s(k) and S(k), which can be defined by the initial data, the Dirichlet-Neumann boundary data at x=0....
A family of new one-parameter (\epsilon_x=\pm 1) nonlinear wave models (called G_{\epsilon_x}^{(nm)} model) is presented, including both the local (\epsilon_x=1) and new integrable nonlocal $(\epsilon_x=-1)$ general vector nonlinear Schr\"odinger (VNLS) equations with the self-phase, cross-phase, and multi-wave mixing modulations. The nonlocal G_{-1}^{(nm)} model is shown to possess the Lax pair and infinite number of conservation laws for $m=1$. We also establish a connection between the G_{...
The novel nonlinear dispersive Gross-Pitaevskii (GP) mean-field model with the space-modulated nonlinearity and potential (called GP(m, n) equation) is investigated in this paper. By using self-similar transformations and some powerful methods, we obtain some families of novel envelope compacton-like solutions spikon-like solutions to the GP(n, n) (n>1) equation. These solutions possess abundant localized structures because of infinite choices of the self-similar function X(x). In particular,...
The analytical nonautonomous rogons are reported for the inhomogeneous nonlinear Schr\"odinger equation with variable coefficients in terms of rational-like functions by using the similarity transformation and direct ansatz. These obtained solutions can be used to describe the possible formation mechanisms for optical, oceanic, and matter rogue wave phenomenon in optical fibres, the deep ocean, and Bose-Einstein condensates, respectively. Moreover, the snake propagation traces and the fascina...