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We present a systematic way to construct solutions of the (n = 5)-reduction of the BKP and CKP hierarchies from the general τ function τn+k of the KP hierarchy. We obtain the one-soliton, two-soliton, and periodic solution for the bi-directional Sawada-Kotera (bSK), the bi-directional Kaup-Kupershmidt (bKK) and also the bi-directional Satsuma-Hirota (bSH) equation. Different solutions such as left- and right-going solitons are classified according to the symmetries of the 5th roots of eiε. Furthermore, we show that the soliton solutions of the n-reduction of the BKP and CKP hierarchies with n = 2j+1, j = 1,2,3,..., can propagate along j directions in the 1+1 space-time domain. Each such direction corresponds to one symmetric distribution of the nth roots of eiε. Based on this classification, we detail the existence of two-peak solitons of the n-reduction from the Grammian τ function of the sub-hierarchies BKP and CKP. If n is even, we again find two-peak solitons. Last, we obtain the ``stationary" soliton for the higher-order KP hierarchy.\u

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Year: 2006

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