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We study exact solutions of the quasi-one-dimensional Gross-Pitaevskii (GP) equation with the (space, time)-modulated potential and nonlinearity and the time-dependent gain or loss term in Bose-Einstein condensates. In particular, based on the similarity transformation, we report several families of exact solutions of the GP equation in the combination of the harmonic and Gaussian potentials, in which some physically relevant solutions are described. The stability of the obtained matter-wave solutions is addressed numerically such that some stable solutions are found. Moreover, we also analyze the parameter regimes for the stable solutions. These results may raise the possibility of relative experiments and potential applications.

We analytically investigate the nonautonomous discrete rogue wave solutions and their interaction in the generalized Ablowitz-Ladik-Hirota lattice with variable coefficients, which possess complicated wave propagations in time and are beyond the usual discrete rogue waves. When the amplitude of the tunnel coupling coefficient between sites decreases, these nonautonomous discrete rogue wave solutions become localized in time after they propagate over some certain large critical values. Moreover, we find that the interaction between nonautonomous discrete rogue waves is elastic. In particular, these results can reduce to the usual discrete rogue wave solutions when the gain or loss term is ignored.