In this study, we investigate the typical systems modeled by the (3 + 1)-dimensional as well as (1 + 1)-dimensional Schrödinger equations incorporating third-order dispersion effects, higher-order scattering effects, and cubic-fifth-seventh degree nonlinear interactions. We use the F-expansion method and the self-similar method to solve the higher-order Schrödinger equation for one-dimensional and three-dimensional settings, respectively, identifying typical bright soliton solutions under appropriate system settings. The bright soliton features are demonstrated analytically in regions around the soliton peak region. Pictorial bright soliton features are demonstrated for the three-dimensional setting as well as one-dimensional setting. Our work shows the applicability of the theoretical treatment utilized in studying bright soliton dynamics for systems with third-order dispersion and seventh degree nonlinearity.
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- Physics and Astronomy(all)