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    An analytical framework for the analysis of multi-hump solitons is proposed in this paper. Multi-hump solitons are defined by imposing special symmetry conditions on the classical soliton expression. Such soliton solutions have a wide range of potential applications in the field of optical communications. The proposed algebras of soliton solutions enable a new look at the propagation dynamics of complex nonlinear wave phenomena. The efficiency of the presented analytical scheme is demonstrated using a system of Riccati differential equations with diffusive and multiplicative coupling.


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