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I have been studying solitons theory to make a note on

dimension analysis for solitons

At first I have derived one space dimensional kink solution for soliton theory. I want to go to higher dimension for solitons.

What theories would be fundamental for analyzing multi-dimension of soliton theory?

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This is probably the book you're after. If you can't get that one look for anything with a similar title. – Michael Brown May 1 '13 at 13:42