Abstract
This paper investigates the novel soliton solutions of the coupled fractional system of the resonant Davey-Stewartson equations. The fractional derivatives are considered in terms of conformable sense. Accordingly, we utilize a complex traveling wave transformation to reduce the proposed system to an integer-order system of ordinary differential equations. The phase portrait and the equilibria of the obtained integer-order ordinary differential system will be studied. Using suitable mathematical assumptions, the new types of bright, singular, and dark soliton solutions are derived and established in view of the hyperbolic, trigonometric, and rational functions of the governing system. To achieve this, illustrative examples of the fractional Davey-Stewartson system are provided to demonstrate the feasibility and reliability of the procedure used in this study. The trajectory solutions of the traveling waves are shown explicitly and graphically. The effect of conformable derivatives on behavior of acquired solutions for different fractional orders is also discussed. By comparing the proposed method with the other existing methods, the results show that the execute of this method is concise, simple, and straightforward. The results are useful for obtaining and explaining some new soliton phenomena.