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I know that KdV and NLS can be used to model quite a few problems.

What I am interested in is in the water wave context.

I know roughly how to solve NLS analytically and numerically, but I am just curious in real world, what is the dimension of a real NLS soliton. Say, what is the wave number? what is the water depth? what is the pulse width etc.. I can hardly find this in the internet. (perhaps my search skills is way too bad)

Can anyone share your information if you have? Thanks.

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# Real parameters for waves described by nonlinear Schrondinger equation

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