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In addition to obtaining supersymmetric structure related to the partner Hamiltonans, we get another supersymmetric structure via factorization method for both the 3D harmonic oscillator and Morse quantum potentials. These two supersymmetries induce also an additional supersymmetric structure involving...
Pages: 358 - 389
We consider two-dimensional lattice equations defined on an elementary square of the Cartesian lattice and depending on the variables at the corners of the quadrilateral. For such equations the property often associated with integrability is that of “multidimensional consistency” (MDC): it should be...
J.M. Escobar, J. Núñez, P. Pérez-Fernández
Pages: 358 - 374
In this paper, we deal with contractions of Lie algebras. We use two invariant functions of Lie algebras as a tool, named ψ and φ function, respectively, which have a great application in Physics due to their remarkable properties. We focus the study of these functions in the frame of the filiform Lie...
Anne Bourlioux, Raphaël Rebelo, Pavel Winternitz
Pages: 362 - 372
Nonlinear ODEs invariant under the group SL(2,R) are solved numerically. We show that solution methods incorporating the Lie point symmetries provide better results than standard methods.
B. Grammaticos, A. Ramani, J. Satsuma, R. Willox
Pages: 363 - 371
We present a novel method for the reduction of integrable two-dimensional discrete systems to one-dimensional mappings. The procedure allows for the derivation of nonautonomous systems, which are typically discrete (difference or q) Painlevé equtions, or of autonomous ones. In the latter case we produce...
Pages: 363 - 445
Observing the Universe, astronomers have concluded that the motion of stars can not be accounted for unless one assumes that most of the mass in the Universe is carried on by a "dark matter", so far impervious to all attempts at being detected. There is now a similar concept of "dark energy". I shall...
Pages: 364 - 376
The variational bicomplex of forms invariant under the symmetry algebra of the potential Kadomtsev-Petviashvili equation is described and the cohomology of the associated Euler-Lagrange complex is computed. The results are applied to a characterization problem of the Kadomtsev-Petviashvili equation by...
Pages: 364 - 370
Differential constraints compatible with the linearized equations of partial differential equations are examined. Recursion operators are obtained by integrating the differential constraints.
Nicoleta Aldea, Gheorghe Munteanu
Pages: 361 - 373
In this paper we give a generalized form of the Schrödinger equation in the relativistic case, which contains a generalization of the Klein-Gordon equation. By complex Legendre transformation, the complex Lagrangian of electrodynamics produces a complex relativistic Hamiltonian H of electrodynamics,...
A. Ghose Choudhury, Partha Guha, Barun Khanra
Pages: 365 - 382
In this paper we compute first integrals of nonlinear ordinary differential equations using the extended Prelle-Singer method, as formulated by Chandrasekar et al in J. Math. Phys. 47 (2), 023508, (2006). We find a new first integral for the Painlev´e-Gambier XXII equation. We also derive the first integrals...
Pages: 365 - 383
In this paper we consider the Poisson algebraic structure associated with a classical r-matrix, i.e. with a solution of the modified classical YangBaxter equation. In Section 1 we recall the concept and basic facts of the r-matrix type Poisson orbits. Then we describe the r-matrix Poisson pencil (i.e...
Rafael Díaz, Eddy Pariguan
Pages: 365 - 376
We introduce perturbative Feynman integrals in the context of q-calculus generalizing the Gaussian q-integrals introduced by Diaz and Teruel. We provide analytic as well as combinatorial interpretations for the Feynman-Jackson integrals.
V.P. Gerdt, V.V. Kornyak
Pages: 367 - 373
The presentation of Lie (super)algebras by a finite set of generators and defining relations is one of the most general mathematical and algorithmic schemes of their analysis. It is very important, for instance, for investigation of the particular Lie (super)algebras arising in different (super)symmetric...
Thokala Soloman Raju, Prasanta K. Panigrahi
Pages: 367 - 376
We report wide class of exact solutions of the modified Gross–Pitaevskii equation (GPE) in “smart” Jacobian elliptic potentials, in the presence of external source. Solitonlike solutions, singular solutions, and periodic solutions are found using a recently developed fractional transform in which all...
Pages: 371 - 382
We analyse the behaviour of the Dirac equation in d = 1 + 1 with Lorentz scalar potential. As the system is known to provide a physical realization of supersymmetric quantum mechanics, we take advantage of the factorization method in order to enlarge the restricted class of solvable problems. To be precise,...
Dmitry K. Demskoi
Pages: 368 - 378
We observe that recursion operator of an S-integrable hyperbolic equation that degenerates into a Liouvile-type equation admits a particular factorisation. This observation simplifies the construction of such operators. We use it to find a new quasi-local recursion operator for a triplet of scalar fields....
Chuanzhong Li, Tao Song
Pages: 368 - 382
The noncommutative Toda hierarchy is studied with the help of Moyal deformation by a reduction on the non-commutative two dimensional Toda hierarchy. Further we generalize the noncommutative Toda hierarchy to the extended noncommutative Toda hierarchy. To survey on its integrability, we construct the...
Pages: 372 - 378
A relativistic two-particle model with superposition of time-asymmetric scalar and vector interactions is proposed and its symmetries are considered. It is shown that first integrals of motion satisfy nonlinear Poisson-bracket relations which include the Poincaré algebra and one of the algebras so(1,3),...
P. Grozman, D. Leites
Pages: 372 - 379
Berger and Stassen reviewed skein relations for link invariants coming from the simple Lie algebras g. They related the invariants with decomposition of the tensor square of the g-module V of minimal dimension into irreducible components. (If V V , one should also consider the decompositions of V V and...
Pages: 373 - 384
Exact solvability of two typical examples of the discrete quantum mechanics, i.e. the dynamics of the Meixner-Pollaczek and the continuous Hahn polynomials with full parameters, is newly demonstrated both at the SchrÂ¨odinger and Heisenberg picture levels. A new quasiexactly solvable difference equation...
Roman M. Cherniha
Pages: 374 - 383
All systems of (n+1)-dimensional quasilinear evolutional second- order equations invariant under the chain of algebras AG(1.n) AG1(1.n) AG2(1.n) are described. The obtained results are illustrated by examples of nonlinear Schrödinger equations.
Kh. Goodarzi, M. Nadjafikhah
Pages: 371 - 381
In this paper, we obtain µ -symmetry and µ -conservation law of the extended mKdV equation. The extended mKdV equation dose not admit a variational problem since it is of odd order. First we obtain µ -conservation law of the extended mKdV equation in potential form because it admits a variational problem,...
Pages: 375 - 388
A Whittaker-Shannon-Kotelâ€™nikov sampling theorem related to the Askey-Wilson functions is proved. Applications to finite continuous Askey-Wilson transform are given.
Pages: 375 - 446
Here the theory of finite-dimensional supermanifolds is generalized in two directions.
First, we introduce infinite-dimensional supermanifolds “locally isomorphic” to arbitrary Banach (or, more generally, locally convex) superspaces. This is achieved by considering supermanifolds as functors (equipped...
David Mumo Malonza
Pages: 376 - 398
The set of systems of differential equations that are in normal form with respect to a particular linear part has the structure of a module of equivariants, and is best described by giving a Stanley decomposition of that module. In this paper Groebner basis methods are used to determine a Groebner basis...
A. B. Yanovski, G. Vilasi
Pages: 373 - 390
We consider the Recursion Operator approach to the soliton equations related to a auxiliary linear system introduced recently by Gerdjikov, Mikhailov and Valchev (GMV system) and their interpretation as dual of Nijenhuis tensors on the manifold of potentials.
Imed Basdouri, Mabrouk Ben Ammar, Nizar Ben Fraj, Maha Boujelbene, Kaouthar Kamoun
Pages: 373 - 409
Following Feigin and Fuchs, we compute the first cohomology of the Lie superalgebra 𝒦(1) of contact vector fields on the (1, 1)-dimensional real or complex superspace with coefficients in the superspace of linear differential operators acting on the superspaces of weighted densities. We also compute...
Pages: 377 - 382
The solution of the three-dimensional free Schrödinger equation due to W.M. Shtelen based on the invariance of this equation under the Lorentz Lie algebra so(1,3) of nonlocal transformations is considered. Various properties of this solution are examined, including its extension to n 3 spatial dimensions...
S.M. Myeni, P.G.L. Leach
Pages: 377 - 392
The complete symmetry group of a 1 + 1 linear evolution equation has been demon- strated to be represented by the six-dimensional Lie algebra of point symmetries sl(2, R)?s W , where W is the three-dimensional Heisenberg-Weyl algebra. The infinite number of solution symmetries does not play a role in...
Grzegorz Rządkowski, Wojciech Rządkowski, Paweł Wójcicki
Pages: 374 - 380
In the present paper we show that the Gompertz function, the Fisher–Tippett and the Gumbel probability distributions are related to both Stirling numbers of the second kind and Bernoulli numbers. Especially we prove for the Gumbel probability density function an analog of the Grosset–Veselov formula...
Hui Mao, Q.P. Liu, Lingling Xue
Pages: 375 - 386
In this paper, we construct a Darboux transformation and the related Bäcklund transformation for the super-symmetric Sawada-Kotera (SSK) equation. The associated nonlinear superposition formula is also worked out. We demonstrate that these are natural extensions of the similar results of the Sawada-Kotera...
Pages: 379 - 384
We study a class of explicitly Poincare-invariant equations of motion (EMs) of two point bodies with a finite speed of propagation of interactions (combination of retarded and advanced ones) that may be considered as functional-differential equations or differential equations with deviating argument...
Pages: 380 - 400
New concepts of economics such as an average demand matrix of society, strategy of a firm and consumer behaviour, and others are introduced. We give sufficient conditions for technological mapping under which there exist both the Walras equlibrium state and optimal Walras equilibrium one. We obtain the...
Darryl D. Holm, Andrew N.W. Hone
Pages: 380 - 394
We consider a family of integro-differential equations depending upon a parameter b as well as a symmetric integral kernel g(x). When b = 2 and g is the peakon kernel (i.e. g(x) = exp(-|x|) up to rescaling) the dispersionless Camassa-Holm equation results, while the Degasperis-Procesi equation is obtained...
A. V. Kazeykina, R. G. Novikov
Pages: 377 - 400
In the present paper we begin studies on the large time asymptotic behavior for solutions of the Cauchy problem for the Novikov–Veselov equation (an analog of KdV in 2 + 1 dimensions) at positive energy. In addition, we are focused on a family of reflectionless (transparent) potentials parameterized...
Z. Rapti, K. Ø. Rasmussen, A. R. Bishop
Pages: 381 - 396
In this work we reexamine the unzipping and bubble formation of DNA in the context of the Peyrard–Bishop–Dauxois DNA model using the transfer integral operator method. After a brief overview of the method, we use it to calculate the probabilities that consecutive base-pairs are stretched beyond a threshold...
Jolanta Golenia, Anatolij K. Prykarpatsky, Yarema A. Prykarpatsky
Pages: 381 - 408
The differential-geometric and topological structure of Delsarte transmutation opertors their associated Gelfand-Levitan-Marchenko type equations are studied making use of the de Rham-Hodge-Skrypnik differential complex. The relationships with spetral theory and special Berezansky type congruence properties...
V.I. Kuvshinov, A.V. Kuzmin
Pages: 382 - 388
On example of the model field system we demonstrate that quantum fluctuations of non-abelian gauge fields leading to radiative corrections to Higgs potential and spontaneous symmetry breaking can generate order region in phase space of inherently chaotic classical field system. We demonstrate on the...
S. Y. Lou, Ruo Xia Yao
Pages: 379 - 392
A primary branch solution (PBS) is defined as a solution with m independent n − 1 dimensional arbitrary functions for an m order n dimensional partial differential equation (PDE). PBSs of arbitrary first order scalar PDEs can be determined by using Lie symmetry group approach companying with the introduction...
R. Sahadevan, L. Nalinidevi
Pages: 379 - 396
A systematic investigation of certain higher order or deformed soliton equations with (1 + 1) dimensions, from the point of complete integrability, is presented. Following the procedure of Ablowitz, Kaup, Newell and Segur (AKNS) we find that the deformed version of Nonlinear Schrodinger equation, Hirota...
Zhiyong Zhang, Xuelin Yong, Yufu Chen
Pages: 383 - 397
We investigate a further group analysis of Whitham-Broer-Kaup(for short WBK) equations. An optimal system of one-dimensional subalgebras is derived and used to construct reduced equations and similarity solutions. Moreover, a special case of WBK equations is linearized and some new solutions are obtained....
Pages: 383 - 391
Self-dual Yang-Mills fields with values in a Lie superalgebra on the four-dimensional Euclidean space and pseudo-Euclidean space of signature (2,2) can be reduced by subgroups of the corresponding conformal group to integrable systems with anticommuting degrees of freedom. Examples of reductions are...
Anatoliy K. Prykarpatsky
Pages: 384 - 410
A symplectic theory approach is devised for solving the problem of algebraic-analytical construction of integral submanifold imbeddings for integrable (via the nonabelian Liouville-Arnold theorem) Hamiltonian systems on canonically symplectic phase spaces.
Pages: 384 - 391
The two-parameter deformation of canonical commutation relations is discussed. The self-adjointness property of the (p, q)-deformed position Q and momentum P operators is investigated. The (p, q)-analog of two-dimensional conformal field theory based on the (p, q)-deformation of the su(1, 1) subalgebra...
C.O.R. Sarrico, A. Paiva
Pages: 381 - 394
We study the possibility of collision of a δ-wave with a stationary δ′-wave in a model ruled by equation f (t)ut+[u2−β(x−γ(t))u]x = 0, where f, β and γ are given real functions and u = u(x, t) is the state variable. We adopt a solution concept which is a consistent extension of the classical solution...
M.B. Sheftel, A.A. Malykh
Pages: 385 - 395
We show how partner symmetries of the elliptic and hyperbolic complex Monge-Ampère equations (CMA and HCMA) provide a lift of non-invariant solutions of three- and twodimensional reduced equations, i.e., a lift of invariant solutions of the original CMA and HCMA equations, to non-invariant solutions...
S.P. Onufriichuk, O.I. Prylypko
Pages: 385 - 387
We study hidden symmetry of a two-particle system of equations for parastates. Invariance operators are described for various potentials. It is a well-known fact that the systems of partial differential equations have a hidden symmetry, which can not be observed in the classical approach of Lie .
Dan-dan Xu, Da-jun Zhang, Song-lin Zhao
Pages: 382 - 406
The paper is to reveal the direct links between the well known Sylvester equation in matrix theory and some integrable systems. Using the Sylvester equation KM + MK = r sT we introduce a scalar function S(i, j) = sT Kj (I + M)−1Kir which is defined as same as in discrete case. S(i, j) satisfy some recurrence...
Hongxia Wu, Jingxin Liu, Yunbo Zeng
Pages: 383 - 398
The symmetry constraint for dispersionless Harry Dym (dHD) hierarchy is derived for the first time by taking dispersionless limit of that for 2+1 dimensional Harry Dym hierarchy. Then, the dHD is extended by means of the symmetry constraint which we derived. From the zero-curvature equation of the new...
Boris A. Springborn
Pages: 387 - 410
A toy top is defined as a rotationally symmetric body moving in a constant gravittional field while one point on the symmetry axis is constrained to stay in a horizontal plane. It is an integrable system similar to the Lagrange top. Euler-Poisson equtions are derived. Following Felix Klein, the special...
Yuri E. Gliklikh, Peter S. Zykov
Pages: 388 - 397
In A. Poltorak's concept, the reference frame in General Relativity is a certain manifold equipped with a connection. The question under consideration here is whether it is possible to join two events in the space-time by a time-like geodesic if they are joined by a geodesic of the reference frame connection...
S.P. Onufriichuk, O.I. Prylypko
Pages: 388 - 390
In this paper we find the complete set of symmetry operators for the two-particle Breit equation in the class of first-order differential operators with matrix coefficients. A new integral of motion is obtained.
Pages: 389 - 393
We present an approach proving the integrability of the CamassaHolm equation for initial data of small amplitude.
Jaume Giné, Claudia Valls
Pages: 387 - 398
In this paper we study the existence of local analytic first integrals for complex polynomial differential systems of the form ẋ = x + Pn(x, y), ẏ = −y, where Pn(x,y) is a homogeneous polynomial of degree n, called the complex homogeneous Kukles systems of degree n. We characterize all the homogeneous...
Pages: 391 - 395
The infinite series of Lorentz and Poincaré-invariant nonlinear versions of the Maxwell equations are suggested. Some properties of these equations are considered.
Pages: 392 - 400
A general procedure for construction of conformally invariant Ansätze for the Maxwell field is suggested. Ansätze invariant with respect to inequivalent three-parameter subgroups of the conformal group are constructed.
Pages: 392 - 397
Similarity reductions of the Zabolotskaya-Khokhlov equation with a dissipative term to one-dimensional partial differential equations including Burgers' equation are investigated by means of Lie's method of infinitesimal transformation. Some similarity solutions of the Z-K equation are obtained.
A.M. Grundland, B. Huard
Pages: 393 - 419
In this paper we employ a “direct method” to construct rank-k solutions, express- ible in Riemann invariants, to hyperbolic system of first order quasilinear differential equations in many dimensions. The most important feature of our approach is the analysis of group invariance properties of these solutions...
Pages: 390 - 403
Some two-component generalizations of the Novikov equation, except the Geng-Xue equation, are presented, as well as their Lax pairs and bi-Hamiltonian structures. Furthermore, we study the Hamiltonians of the Geng-Xue equation and discuss the homogeneous and local properties of them.
D. Leites, E. Poletaeva, V. Serganova
Pages: 394 - 425
The Einstein equations (EE) are certain conditions on the Riemann tensor on the real Minkowski space M. In the twistor picture, after complexification and compactifcation M becomes the Grassmannian Gr4 2 of 2-dimensional subspaces in the 4-dimesional complex one. Here we answer for which of the classical...
Chris Athorne, Halis Yilmaz
Pages: 391 - 410
We consider the generalization of Laplace invariants to linear differential systems of arbitrary rank and dimension. We discuss completeness of certain subsets of invariants.
Pages: 395 - 403
The eigenvectors of the Hamiltonian HN of N-site quantum spin chains with elliptic exchange are connected with the double Bloch meromorphic solutions of the quantum continuous elliptic Calogero-Moser problem. This fact allows one to find the eigenvetors via the solutions to the system of highly transcendental...
James Robert Stirling, Maria Zakynthinaki
Pages: 396 - 406
We present a geometric analysis of the model of Stirling et al. . In particular we analyze the curvature of a heart rate time series in response to a step like increment in the exercise intensity. We present solutions for the point of maximum curvature which can be used as a marker of physiological...
Pages: 396 - 404
Infinite-dimensional algebra of all infinitesimal transformations of solutions of the self-dual Yang-Mills equations is described. It contains as subalgebras the infinitedimensional algebras of hidden symmetries related to gauge and conformal transformations.
Pages: 396 - 401
Studied in this paper are real forms of the quantum algebra Uq(sl(3)). Integrable operator representations of *-algebras are defined. Irreducible representations are classified up to a unitary equivalence.
Jaume Llibre, Clàudia Valls
Pages: 393 - 404
We go beyond in the study of the integrability of the classical model of competition between three species studied by May and Leonard , by considering a more realistic asymmetric model. Our results show that there are no global analytic first integrals and we provide all proper rational first integrals...
Ismagil Habibullin, Aigul Khakimova
Pages: 393 - 413
Systems of discrete equations on a quadrilateral graph related to the series DN(2) of the affine Lie algebras are studied. The systems are derived from the Hirota-Miwa equation by imposing boundary conditions compatible with the integrability property. The Lax pairs for the systems are presented. It...
Marco Ribezzi-Crivellari, Mario Wagner, Felix Ritort
Pages: 397 - 410
In this paper we propose a Bayesian scheme for the determination of the unfolding and refolding kinetic rates of DNA hairpins under tension. This method is based on the hypothesis that the unfolding-refolding dynamics is well described by a Markov Chain. The results from the Bayesian method are contrasted...
Jaume Llibre, Claudia Valls
Pages: 394 - 406
We study the Darboux first integrals of a generalized Friedmann-Robertson-Walker Hamiltonian system.
Pages: 398 - 429
In this paper we propose an Euler-Poincaré formalism of the Degasperis and Procesi (DP) equation. This is a second member of a one-parameter family of partial dif- ferential equations, known as b-field equations. This one-parameter family of pdes includes the integrable Camassa-Holm equation as a first...
Robert Conte, K. W. Chow
Pages: 398 - 409
A system of two discrete nonlinear Schr¨odinger equations of the Ablowitz-Ladik type with a saturable nonlinearity is shown to admit a doubly periodic wave, whose long wave limit is also derived. As a by-product, several new solutions of the elliptic type are provided for NLS-type discrete and continuous...
Pages: 398 - 404
The Painlevé-test has been applied to checking the integrability of nonlinear PDEs, since similarity solutions of many soliton equations satisfy the Painlevé equation. As is well known, such similarity solutions can be obtained by the infinitesimal transformation, that is, the classical similarity analysis,...
Dong Gong, Xianguo Geng
Pages: 395 - 427
In this paper we obtain the discrete integrable self-dual network hierarchy associated with a discrete spectral problem. On the basis of the theory of algebraic curves, the continuous flow and discrete flow related to the discrete self-dual network hierarchy are straightened using the Abel-Jacobi coordinates....
Norbert Euler, Marianna Euler
Pages: 399 - 421
We investigate the Sundman symmetries of second-order and third-order nonlinear odinary differential equations. These symmetries, which are in general nonlocal tranformations, arise from generalised Sundman transformations of autonomous equations. We show that these transformations and symmetries can...
Pages: 397 - 414
Two new solvable dynamical systems of goldfish type are identified, as well as their isochronous variants. The equilibrium configurations of these isochronous variants are simply related to the zeros of appropriate Laguerre and Jacobi polynomials.
J. Beckers, N. Debergh
Pages: 401 - 408
First, we determine the radial Schrödinger equation in D-dimensional curved spaces when central problems are considered. Second, we develop the so-called factorization method on the basis of supersymmetric arguments for solving such radial equations when D = 1, 2, 3-harmonic oscillator and D = 3-hydrogen...
Pages: 401 - 413
It is shown that eigenvectors of the recursion operator L with the eigenvalue i and the inverse of the recursion operator Li L-i for the coupled KdV hierarchy (CKdVH) can be obtained in terms of squared eigenfunctions of the associated linear problem. The symmetry structure and corresponding infinite...
Yu.I. Samoilenko, Yu.M. Malyuta, N.N. Aksenov
Pages: 402 - 408
Pages: 399 - 422
We study a simple nonlinear model deﬁned on the honeycomb and triangular lattices. We propose a bilin-earization scheme for the ﬁeld equations and demonstrate that the resulting system is closely related to the well-studied integrable models, such as the Hirota bilinear difference equation and the Ablowitz-Ladik...
Pham Loi Vu
Pages: 399 - 432
The results of inverse scattering problem associated with the initial-boundary value problem (IBVP) for the Korteweg–de Vries (KdV) equation with dominant surface tension are formulated. The necessary and sufficient conditions for given functions to be the left- and right-reflection coefficients of the...
C. Jung, T.H. Seligman, J.M. Torres
Pages: 404 - 411
The concept of measurement in classical scattering is interpreted as an overlap of a particle packet with some area in phase space that describes the detector. Considering that usually we record the passage of particles at some point in space, a common detector is described e.g. for one-dimensional systems...
Pages: 405 - 415
Appeared more than one century ago, the classical Lie approach serves as a powerful tool in investigations of symmetries of partial differential equations. In the last three decades there appear essential generalizations of this approach. They are the modern version of the Lie-Bäcklund symmetries ,...
Peter E. Hydon
Pages: 405 - 416
This paper describes a new algorithm for determining all discrete contact symmetries of any differential equation whose Lie contact symmetries are known. The method is constructive and is easy to use. It is based upon the observation that the adjoint action of any contact symmetry is an automorphism...
Oleksiy O. Vakhnenko
Pages: 401 - 414
Starting with the semidiscrete integrable nonlinear Schrödinger system on a zigzag-runged ladder lattice we have presented the generalization and an essentially off-diagonal enlargement of its spectral operator which in the framework of zero-curvature equation allows to generate at least two new types...
A. Valizadeh, M.R. Kolahchi, J.P. Straley
Pages: 407 - 416
We investigate the origin of fractional Shapiro steps in arrays consisting of a few overdamped Josephson junctions. We show that when the symmetry reduces the equations to that of a single junction equation, only integer steps appear. Otherwise, fractional steps will appear when the evolution equations...
Lumin Geng, Huizhan Chen, Na Li, Jipeng Cheng
Pages: 404 - 419
The BCr-KP hierarchy is an important sub hierarchy of the KP hierarchy, which includes the BKP and CKP hierarchies as the special cases. Some properties of the BCr-KP hierarchy and its constrained case are investigated in this paper, including bilinear identities and squared eigenfunction symmetries....
Leonid F. Barannyk
Pages: 409 - 417
The substantiation of the algorithm for classifying subalgebras of the Poincaré algebra AP(1, n) up to P(1, n)-conjugacy is completed
Pages: 409 - 413
A class of nonlinear wave equations is considered. Symmetry of these equations is extended using nonlocal transformations.
Pages: 409 - 431
In this paper I study the functional representation of the Volterra hierarchy (VH). Using the Miwa's shifts I rewrite the infinite set of Volterra equations as one functional equation. This result is used to derive a formal solution of the associated linear problem, a generating function for the conservation...
S.E. Konstein, I.V. Tyutin
Pages: 405 - 425
For each complex number ν, an associative symplectic reflection algebra ℋ := H1,ν (I2(2m + 1)), based on the group generated by root system I2(2m + 1), has an m-dimensional space of traces and an (m + 1)-dimensional space of supertraces. A (super)trace sp is said to be degenerate if the corresponding...
Francesco Calogero, David Gomez-Ullate
Pages: 410 - 426
Mechanisms are elucidated underlying the existence of dynamical systems whose generic solutions approach asymptotically (at large time) isochronous evolutions: all their dependent variables tend asymptotically to functions periodic with the same fixed period. We focus on two such mechanisms, emphasizing...
Ray W. Ogden, Giuseppe Saccomandi, Ivonne Sgura
Pages: 411 - 427
A phenomenological model based on the three-dimensional theory of nonlinear elasticity is developed to describe the phenomenon of overstretching in the force-extension curve for double-stranded DNA (dsDNA). By using the concept of a material with multiple reference configurations a single formula is...
Yuri B. Suris
Pages: 411 - 447
We include the relativistic lattice KP hierarchy, introduced by Gibbons and Kupershmidt, into the r-matrix framework. An r-matrix account of the nonrelativistic lattice KP hierarchy is also provided for the reader's convenience. All relativistic constructions are regular one-parameter perturbations of...
Pages: 411 - 422
The perturbation of the dromion of the Davey-Stewartson-1 equation is studied over the large time.
Denis Blackmore, Anatolij K. Prykarpatski
Pages: 407 - 428
A relatively new approach to analyzing integrability, based upon differential-algebraic and symplectic techniques, is applied to some “dark equations ”of the type introduced by Boris Kupershmidt. These dark equations have unusual properties and are not particularly well-understood. In particular, dark...
J.S. He, Y.S. Tao, K. Porsezian, A.S. Fokas
Pages: 407 - 419
We consider an inhomogeneous Hirota equation with variable dispersion and nonlinearity. We introduce a novel transformation which maps this equation to a constant coefficient Hirota equation. By employing this transformation we construct the rogue wave solution of the inhomogeneous Hirota equation. Furthermore,...
Boris A. Kupershmidt
Pages: 412 - 422
A large part of the theory of classical Bernoulli polynomials Bn(x)'s follows from their reflection symmetry around x = 1/2: Bn(1 - x) = (-1)n Bn(x). This symmetry not only survives quantization but has two equivalent forms, classical and quantum, depending upon whether one reflects around 1/2 the classical...
I. Mukhopadhaya, A. Roy Chowdhury
Pages: 414 - 419
A q-deformation of the dressing operator introduced by Sato is suggested. It is shown that it produces q-deformation of known integrable heirarchies, with the infinite number of conservation laws. A modification introduced by Kupershmidt when incorporated leads to both modified and deformed integrable...
Pages: 414 - 416
Group classification of the nonlinear wave equation is carried out and the conditional invariance of the wave equation with the nonlinearity F(u) = u is found.
Pages: 411 - 427
The μ-Camassa–Holm (μCH) equation is a nonlinear integrable partial differential equation closely related to the Camassa–Holm and the Hunter–Saxton equations. This equation admits quadratic pseudo-potentials which allow us to compute some first-order nonlocal symmetries. The found symmetries preserve...