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Hello all,
I very interested by biological solitons (travelling waves) but my mathematical/physics knowledge is largely out to date.
I post a picture of a biologic soliton below.
Solitons involve maths/physics but I post the subject here?
My asking is the following
1/ if a soliton is effectively a travelling wave, may we say that future points of its curve are already known since they existed in the past of the wave?
see A, B, C examples.
2/ Since a soliton exists at a time t, may we say that it will at a time t+alpha since the curve exists at time t?
I very interested by biological solitons (travelling waves) but my mathematical/physics knowledge is largely out to date.
I post a picture of a biologic soliton below.
Solitons involve maths/physics but I post the subject here?
My asking is the following
1/ if a soliton is effectively a travelling wave, may we say that future points of its curve are already known since they existed in the past of the wave?
see A, B, C examples.
2/ Since a soliton exists at a time t, may we say that it will at a time t+alpha since the curve exists at time t?
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