ABSTRACT This paper concerns the orbital stability for exact solitary waves of the Generalized Klein-Gordon-Schrod-inger equations. Since the abstract results of Grillakis et al[1-2] can not be applied directly, we can extend the abstract stability theory and use the detailed spectral analysis to obtain the stability of the solitary waves.
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