## Blow-up profile to the solutions of two-coupled Schroedinger equations

The model of the following two-coupled Schroedinger equations, i{sub t}+(1/2){delta}u=(g{sub 11}|u|{sup 2p}+g|u|{sup p-1}|v|{sup p+1})uu, (t,x)(set-membership sign)R{sub +}xR{sup N}, and iv{sub t}+(1/2){delta}v=(g|u|{sup p+1}|v|{sup p-1}+g{sub 22}|v|{sup 2p})v, (t,x)(set-membership sign)R{sub +}xR{sup N}, is proposed in the study of the Bose-Einstein condensates [Mitchell, et al., ''Self-traping of partially spatially incoherent light,'' Phys. Rev. Lett. 77, 490 (1996)]. We prove that for suitable initial data and p the solution blows up exactly like {delta} function. As a by-product, we prove that similar phenomenon occurs for the critical two-coupled Schroedinger equations with harmonic potential [Perez-Garcia, V. M. and Beitia, T. B., ''Sybiotic solitons in heteronuclear multicomponentmore »