DARBOUX TRANSFORMATIONS IN INTEGRABLE SYSTEMS

DARBOUX TRANSFORMATIONS IN INTEGRABLE SYSTEMS

GU Chaohao The soliton theory is an important branch of nonlinear science. On one hand, it describes various kinds of stable motions appearing in - ture, such as solitary water wave, solitary signals in optical ?bre etc., and has many applications in science and technology (like optical signal communication). On the other hand, it gives many e?ective methods ofgetting explicit solutions of nonlinear partial di?erential equations. Therefore, it has attracted much attention from physicists as well as mathematicians. Nonlinearpartialdi?erentialequationsappearinmanyscienti?cpr- lems. Getting explicit solutions is usually a di?cult task. Only in c- tain special cases can the solutions be written down explicitly. However, for many soliton equations, people have found quite a few methods to get explicit solutions. The most famous ones are the inverse scattering method, B] acklund transformation etc.. The inverse scattering method is based on the spectral theory of ordinary di?erential equations. The Cauchyproblemofmanysolitonequationscanbetransformedtosolving a system of linear integral equations. Explicit solutions can be derived when the kernel of the integral equation is degenerate. The B] ac ] klund transformation gives a new solution from a known solution by solving a system of completely integrable partial di?erential equations. Some complicated "nonlinear superposition formula" arise to substitute the superposition principlein linear science.
Editora: SPRINGER VERLAG
ISBN: 9048167884
ISBN13: 9789048167883
Edição: 1ª Edição - 2005
Número de Páginas: 308
Acabamento: HARDCOVER
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