Online International Conference on Applied Analysis and Mathematical Modeling, İstanbul, Turkey, 1 - 03 July 2022, pp.34-35
Nonlinear wave problems in optical fibers have a special field of study and importance among nonlinear evolution equations (NLEs). In this respect, recently, a new research area has emerged in this field and new models
and solution techniques are currently being studied. This study deals with the chromatic dispersion problem, which is one of the main problems encountered in soliton transmission in optical fibers. Definitions of this kind
of problem and its solution are limited in number, and they have been put forward with some models developed in recent years, and current studies in this area continue. The Schrödinger-Hirota equation, which will be examined
within the scope of the article. This is one of the important model among the models such as Sasa-Satsuma, Chen-Lee-Liu, Fokas-Lenells that have been developed recently in the field of optics. The review in the article deals with
a current and important issue and also supports and interprets optical soliton solutions with graphic presentations.