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Solitary waves are typical nonlinear long waves in the ocean. The two-dimensional interaction of solitary waves has been shown to be essentially different from the one-dimensional case and can be related to generation of large amplitude waves (including 'freak waves'). Concerning surface-water waves, Miles (1977) theoretically analyzed interaction of three solitary waves, which is called "resonant interaction" because of the relation among parameters of each wave. Weakly-nonlinear numericaldoi:10.9753/icce.v33.waves.19 fatcat:6ehrudkec5d5fowysredkm6jsm