Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics
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...
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.
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: 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...
Ekaterina V. Kutafina
Pages: 411 - 420
We consider the hyperbolic generalization of Burgers equation with polynomial source term. The transformation of auto-Bäcklund type was found. Application of the results is shown in the examples, where kink and bi-kink solutions are obtained from the pair of two stationary ones.
Pages: 416 - 417
W.W. Zachary, V.M. Shtelen
Pages: 417 - 437
A concept of asymptotic symmetry is introduced which is based on a definition of symmetry as a reducibility property relative to a corresponding invariant ansatz. It is shown that the nonlocal Lorentz invariance of the free-particle Schrödinger equation, discovered by Fushchych and Segeda in 1977, can...
Pages: 417 - 420
New exact solutions are obtained for the systems of classical electrodynamics equations.
D. Yazici, M. B. Sheftel
Pages: 417 - 425
Second heavenly equation of Pleba~nski, presented in a two-component form, is known to be a 3 +1 dimensional multi-Hamiltonian integrable system. We show that one symmetry reduction of this equation yields a two component 2+1Âdimensional multi-Hamiltonian integrable system. For this system, we present...
Tepper L. Gill, W.W. Zachary
Pages: 418 - 425
We show that Maxwell's equations have a generalization associated with the propertime of the source and a new invariance group which leaves this variable fixed for all observers. We show that the second postulate (of Einstein) depends on the anthropocentric view that the only clock to use is the proper-clock...
Pages: 418 - 424
The paper contains a symmetry classification of the onedimensional second order equation of a hydrodynamical type L(Lu) + Lu = F(u), where L t + ux. Some classes of exact solutions of this equation are given.
Jaume Llibre, Y. Paulina Martínez, Claudia Valls
Pages: 414 - 428
In this paper by using the Poincaré compactification of ℝ3 we make a global analysis of the model x′ = −ax + y + yz, y′ = x − ay + bxz, z′ = cz − bxy. In particular we give the complete description of its dynamics on the infinity sphere. For a + c = 0 or b = 1 this system has invariants. For these values...
Semidiscrete Integrable Nonlinear Systems Generated by the New Fourth Order Spectral Operator: Systems of Obverse Type
Oleksiy O. Vakhnenko
Pages: 415 - 425
In the framework of zero-curvature representation we have proposed three distinct versions of semidiscrete integrable nonlinear systems arising due to a proper multifield augment of integrable nonlinear Schrödinger system with the background-controlled intersite resonant couplings. The specification...
Letter to Editor
Pages: 415 - 422
We present a new kind of particle path in constant vorticity water of finite depth, within the framework of small-amplitude waves.
Daniel Condurache, Vladimir Martinusi
Pages: 420 - 440
We study the well-known Kepler’s problem by introducing a new vectorial regularization. This helps deduce Kepler’s equations by a simple and unified method. Some integral temporal means are also obtained by means of this regularization. The vectorial eccentricity plays a fundamental part in this approach.
Pages: 420 - 433
A symmetry constraint for the MKdV integrable hierarchy is presented by binary nonlinearization. The spatial and temporal parts of the Lax pairs and adjoint Lax pairs of MKdV equations are all constrained as finite-dimensional Liouville integrable Hamiltonian systems, whose integrals of motion are explicitly...
Pages: 421 - 425
Some new symmetric integral operators with kernels involving the generalized Legendre's function of the first kind Pm,n k (z) are introduced. Some their applications are given.
Pages: 422 - 432
We give a basic uniqueness theorem in the inverse spectral theory for a Sturm-Liouville equation with a weight which is not of one sign. It is shown that the theorem may be applied to the spectral problem associated with the Camassa-Holm integrable system which models shallow water waves.
Gauge Theory Approach Towards an Explicit Solution of the (Classical) Elliptic Calogero-Moser System
Pages: 423 - 439
We discuss the relation of the trigonometric Calogero-Moser (CM) system to YanMills gauge theories and its generalization to the elliptic case. This yields a liearization of the time evolution of the elliptic CM system and suggests two promising strategies for finding a fully explicit solution of this...
L. Fehér, A. Gábor
Pages: 423 - 432
A family of mappings from the solution spaces of certain generalized Drinfeld-Sokolov hierarchies to the self-dual Yang-Mills system on R2,2 is described. This provides an extension of the well-known relationship between self-dual connections and integrable hierarchies of AKNS and Drinfeld-Sokolov type.
Adrian Constantin, B. Kolev
Pages: 424 - 430
Each Hk inner product, k N, endows the diffeomorphism group of the circle with a Riemannian structure. For k 1 the Riemannian exponential map is a smooth local diffeomorphism and the length-minimizing property of geodesics holds.
Andrew Bruce, Norbert Poncin
Pages: 420 - 453
We prove that the category of 2n-manifolds has all finite products. Further, we show that a 2n-manifold (resp., a 2n-morphism) can be reconstructed from its algebra of global 2n-functions (resp., from its algebra morphism between global 2n-function algebras). These results are of importance...
Majdi Ben Halima
Pages: 420 - 430
Let ℍn, n ≥ 1, be the (2n+1)-dimensional Heisenberg group and let K be a closed connected subgroup of the unitary group U(n) acting on ℍn by automorphisms. Using the moment map, we provide in this paper a dequantization procedure for all generic admissible coadjoint orbits of the semidirect product G...
Giuseppe Pucacco, Kjell Rosquist
Pages: 421 - 430
We present examples of nonstandard separation of the natural Hamilton–Jacobi equation on the Minkowski plane 𝕄2. By “nonstandard” we refer to the cases in which the form of the metric, when expressed in separating coordinates, does not have the usual Liouville structure. There are two possibilities:...
Pages: 426 - 445
We establish the incompressible NavierStokes limit for the discrete velocity model of the Boltzmann equation in any dimension of the physical space, for densities which rmain in a suitable small neighborhood of the global Maxwellian. Appropriately scaled families solutions of discrete Boltzmann equation...
W.I. Fushchych, R.Z. Zhdanov
Pages: 426 - 435
We have constructed new realizations of the Galilei group and its natural extensions by Lie vector fields. These realizations together with the ones obtained by Fushchych & Cherniha (Ukr. Math. J., 1989, 41, N 10, 1161; N 12, 1456) and Rideau & Winternitz (J. Math. Phys., 1993, 34, 558) give a complete...
A.M. Gavrilik, N.Z. Iorgov
Pages: 426 - 431
Generators of multiparameter deformations Uq;s1,s2,...,sn-1 (gln) of the universal enveloping algebra U(gln) are realized bilinearly by means of an appropriately generalized form of anyonic oscillators (AOs). This modification takes into account the parameters s1, ..., sn-1 and yields usual AOs when...
James Robert Stirling, Maria Zakynthinaki, Ignacio Refoyo, Javier Sampedro
Pages: 426 - 436
We present a mathematical model, in the form of two coupled ordinary differential equations, for the heart rate kinetics in response to exercise. Our heart rate model is an adaptation of the model of oxygen uptake kinetics of Stirling et al. ; a physiological justification for this adaptation, as...
Letter to Editor
A. M. Perelomov
Pages: 423 - 428
In this note we give new examples of algebraic geodesics on some two-dimensional quadrics, namely, on ellipsoids, one-sheet hyperboloids, and hyperbolic paraboloids. It appears that in all considered cases, such geodesics are rational space curves.
Chaohong Pan, Lijing Zheng
Pages: 423 - 438
This paper is concerned with orbital stability of the smooth solitary wave with nonzero asymptotic value for the mCH equation ut−uxxt+2kux+au2ux=2uxuxx+uuxxx. Under the parametric conditions a > 0 and k<18a , an interesting phenomenon is discovered, that is, for the stability there...
Pages: 429 - 447
The paper uses mesoscopic, nonlinear lattice dynamics based (Peyrard–Bishop–Dauxois, PBD) modeling to describe thermal properties of DNA below and near the denaturation temperature. Computationally efficient notation is introduced for the relevant statistical mechanics. Computed melting profiles of long...
Gazanfer Unal, Ismail Iyigunler, C Masood Khalique
Pages: 430 - 442
Necessary and sufficient conditions for the linearization of one-dimensional nonau- tonomous jump-diffusion stochastic differential equations are given. Stochastic inte- grating factor is introduced to solve the linear jump-diffusion stochastic differential equations. Closed form solutions to certain...
Alessandro Michelangeli, Alessandro Olgiati
Pages: 426 - 464
We derive the equations for the non-linear effective dynamics of a so called pseudo-spinor Bose-Einstein condensate, which emerges from the linear many-body Schrödinger equation at the leading order in the number of particles. The considered system is a three-dimensional diluted gas of identical bosons...
Stelios P. Kouzaris
Pages: 431 - 450
Results on the Volterra model which is associated to the simple Lie algebra of type An are extended to the BogoyavlenskyVolterra systems of type Bn, Cn and Dn. In paticular we find Lax pairs, Hamiltonian and Casimir functions and multi-Hamiltonian structures. Moreover, we investigate recursion operators,...
Sergey V. Meleshko, Eckart Schulz
Pages: 427 - 441
Necessary and sufficient conditions which allow a second-order stochastic ordinary differential equation to be transformed to linear form are presented. The transformation can be chosen in a way so that all but one of the coefficients in the stochastic integral part vanish. The linearization criteria...
James Martin, Utkir Rozikov, Yuri Suhov
Pages: 432 - 448
We consider a nearest-neighbor hard-core model, with three states , on a homogeneous Cayley tree of order k (with k + 1 neighbors). This model arises as a simple example of a loss network with nearest-neighbor exclusion. The state (x) at each node x of the Cayley tree can be 0, 1 and 2. We have Poisson...
Pages: 432 - 434
Reductions and classes of new exact solutions are constructed for a class of Galileiinvariant heat equations.
Pages: 428 - 444
We study the spectral zeta functions associated to the radial Schrödinger problem with potential V(x) = x2M + αxM−1 + (λ2 − 1/4)/x2. After directly computing some of the zeta functions, we use the quantum Wronskian equation to give sum rules between them, allowing for instances where the explicit form...
Simona Luiza Druţă-Romaniuc, Jun-ichi Inoguchi, Marian Ioan Munteanu, Ana Irina Nistor
Pages: 428 - 447
In this paper we classify the magnetic trajectories corresponding to contact magnetic fields in Sasakian manifolds of arbitrary dimension. Moreover, when the ambient is a Sasakian space form, we prove that the codimension of the curve may be reduced to 2. This means that the magnetic curve lies on a...
Real Forms of the Complex Twisted N=2 Supersymmetric Toda Chain Hierarchy in Real N=1 and Twisted N=2 Superspaces
O. Lechtenfeld, A. Sorin
Pages: 433 - 444
Three nonequivalent real forms of the complex twisted N=2 supersymmetric Toda chain hierarchy (solv-int/9907021) in real N=1 superspace are presented. It is demostrated that they possess a global twisted N=2 supersymmetry. We discuss a new superfield basis in which the supersymmetry transformations are...
Alessandro Conflitti, Michael J. Schlosser
Pages: 429 - 443
Recently, J. A. Tirao [Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 100(14) (2003) 8138–8141] considered a matrix-valued analogue of the 2F1 Gauß hypergeometric function and showed that it is the unique solution of a matrix-valued hypergeometric equation analytic at z = 0 with value I, the identity matrix, at z = 0. We give...
John Cobb, Alex Kasman, Albert Serna, Monique Sparkman
Pages: 429 - 452
Quaternion-valued solutions to the non-commutative KdV equation are produced using determinants. The solutions produced in this way are (breather) soliton solutions, rational solutions, spatially periodic solutions and hybrids of these three basic types. A complete characterization of the parameters...
Anni Meng, Chuanzhong Li, Shuo Huang
Pages: 429 - 441
In this paper, we construct a new integrable equation which is a generalization of q-Toda equation. Meanwhile its soliton solutions are constructed to show its integrable property. Further the Lax pairs of the generalized q-Toda equation and a whole integrable generalized q-Toda hierarchy are also constructed....
Pages: 435 - 460
Pages: 435 - 440
We present symmetry classification of the polywave equation 2l u = F(u). It is established that the equation in question is invariant under the conformal group C(1, n) iff F(u) = eu , n + 1 = 2l or F(u) = u(n+1+2l)/(n+1-2l) , n + 1 = 2l. Symmetry reduction for the biwave equation 22 u = uk is carried...
M. C. Nucci, P. G. L. Leach
Pages: 431 - 441
In a recent paper by Ibragimov a method was presented in order to find Lagrangians of certain second-order ordinary differential equations admitting a two-dimensional Lie symmetry algebra. We present a method devised by Jacobi which enables one to derive (many) Lagrangians of any second-order differential...
Pages: 431 - 439
We present an elementary heuristic reasoning based on Arnold's theory of versal deformations in support of a straightforward algorithm for finding a correlation matrix near a given symmetric one.
Jiri Niederle, Anatolii Nikitin
Pages: 436 - 444
New algebras of symmetries of the Dirac equation are presented, which are formed by linear and antilinear firstorder differential operators. These symmetries are applied to decouple the Dirac equation for a charged particle interacting with an external field.
Combination of Inverse Spectral Transform Method and Method of Characteristics: Deformed Pohlmeyer Equation
Pages: 437 - 448
We apply a version of the dressing method to a system of four-dimensional nonlinear Partial Differential Equations (PDEs), which contains both Pohlmeyer equation (i.e. nonlinear PDE integrable by the Inverse Spectral Transform Method) and nonlinear matrix PDE integrable by the method of characteristics...
Finite and infinite systems of nonlinearly-coupled ordinary differential equations, the solutions of which feature remarkable Diophantine findings
Pages: 433 - 441
We use previous results concerning the time evolution of the zeros xn(t) of time-dependent polynomials pN(z; t) or entire functions F(z; t) of the complex variable z, in order to identify lots of nonlinearly-coupled, finite or infinite, systems of Ordinary Differential Equations the solutions of which...
Pages: 438 - 461
The conventional theory of resonance broadening for a two-species plasma in a magnetic field is revised, and applied to an ionospheric turbulence case. The assumptions made in the conventional theory of resonance broadening have, in the past, led to replacing the frequency by + ik2 D in the resonant...
Decio Levi, Rafael Hernandez Heredero
Pages: 440 - 448
In this paper we consider multiple lattices and functions defined on them. We itroduce some slow varying conditions and define a multiscale analysis on the lattice, i.e. a way to express the variation of a function in one lattice in terms of an asymtotic expansion with respect to the other. We apply...
Pages: 441 - 466
The Korteweg de Vries (KdV) equation is well known as an approximation model for small amplitude and long waves in different physical contexts, but wave breaking phenomena related to short wavelengths are not captured in. In this work we consider a class of nonlocal dispersive wave equations which also...
Pages: 441 - 446
A complete set of inequivalent two-dimensional subalgebras of the maximal Lie invariance algebra of the Euler equations is constructed. Using some of them, the Euler equations are reduced to systems of partial differential equations in two independent variables which are integrated in quadratures.
K.S. Govinder, P.G.L. Leach
Pages: 443 - 461
The Emden-Fowler equation of index n is studied utilising the techniques of Lie and Painlev Ìe analysis. For general n information about the integrability of this equation is obtained. The link between these two types of analyses is explored. The special cases of n = âˆ’3, 2 are also examined. As a...
Angelo Alberti, Claudio Vidal
Pages: 439 - 465
We investigate the existence of several families of symmetric periodic solutions as continuation of circular orbits of the Kepler problem for certain symmetric differentiable perturbations using an appropriate set of Poincaré-Delaunay coordinates which are essential in our approach. More precisely, we...
Jose L. Cabrerizo
Pages: 440 - 450
In this note we study the Landau–Hall problem in the 2D and 3D unit sphere, that is, the motion of a charged particle in the presence of a static magnetic field. The magnetic flow is completely determined for any Riemannian surface of constant Gauss curvature, in particular, the unit 2D sphere. For the...
P.G.L. Leach, S. Cotsakis, G.P. Flessas
Pages: 445 - 479
Quadratic systems generated using Yang-Baxter equations are integrable in a sense, but we display a deterioration in the possession of the Painlevé property as the number of equations in each `integrable system' increases. Certain intermediate systems are constructed and also tested for the Painlevé...
Pages: 445 - 454
Subalgebras of the Lie algebra AC(2, 2) of the group C(2, 2), which is the group of conformal transformations of the pseudo-Euclidean space R2,2, are studied. All subalgebras of the algebra AC(2, 2) are splitted into three classes, each of those is characterized by the isotropic rank 0, 1, or 3. We present...
S. De Lillo, M.C. Salvatori
Pages: 446 - 454
A one phase Stefan problem in nonlinear conduction is considered. The problem is shown to admit a unique solution for small times. An exact solution is obtained which is a travelling front moving with constant speed.
Pages: 446 - 457
I offer a simple and useful formula for the resolvent of a small rank perturbation of large matrices. I discuss applications of this formula, in particular, to analytical and numerical solving of difference boundary value problems. I present examples connected with such problems for the difference Laplacian...
T. I. Valchev, A. B. Yanovski
Pages: 442 - 461
This paper is a continuation of our previous work in which we studied a sl(3, ℂ) Zakharov-Shabat type auxiliary linear problem with reductions of Mikhailov type and the corresponding integrable hierarchy of nonlinear evolution equations. Now, we shall demonstrate how one can construct special solutions...
David Cohen, Takayasu Matsuo, Xavier Raynaud
Pages: 442 - 453
A new multi-symplectic formulation of the two-component Camassa-Holm equation (2CH) is presented, and the associated local conservation laws are shown to correspond to certain well-known Hamiltonian functionals. A multi-symplectic discretisation based on this new formulation is exemplified by means of...
Pages: 447 - 452
In this paper we obtain the maximal Lie symmetry algebra of a system of PDEs. We reduce this system to a system of ODEs, using some rank three subalgebras of the finite-dimensional part of the symmetry algebra. The corresponding invariant solutions of the PDEs are obtained.
G. M. Pritula, V. E. Vekslerchik
Pages: 443 - 459
We study a (2 ± 1)-dimensional system that can be viewed as an infinite number of O(3) σ-fields coupled by a nearest-neighbour Heisenberg-like interaction. We reduce the field equations of this model to an integrable system that is closely related to the two-dimensional relativistic Toda chain and the...
José Antonio Vallejo
Pages: 443 - 454
We prove a version of the variational Euler–Lagrange equations valid for functionals defined on Fréchet manifolds, such as the spaces of sections of differentiable vector bundles appearing in various physical theories.
Boris A. Kupershmidt
Pages: 448 - 488
The notion of classical r-matrix is re-examined, and a definition suitable to differential (-difference) Lie algebras, where the standard definitions are shown to be deficient, is proposed, the notion of an O-operator. This notion has all the natural properties one would expect form it, but lacks...
David B. Fairlie
Pages: 449 - 456
An implicit solution to the vanishing of the so-called Universal Field Equation, or Bordered Hessian, which dates at least as far back as 1935  is revived, and derived from a much later form of the solution. A linear ansatz for an implicit solution of second order partial differential equations, previously...
Pages: 449 - 465
The kinetic equations describing irreversible aggregation and the scaling approach dveloped to describe them in the limit of large times and large sizes are tersely reviewed. Next, a system is considered in which aggregates can only react with aggregates of their own size. The existence of a scaling...
L. V. Yakushevich
Pages: 449 - 461
In the present paper we investigate the rotational oscillations of the nitrous bases that form a central base pair in a short DNA fragment consisting of three base pairs. For this purpose we use a simple mechanical model of the DNA fragment where the bases are imitated by pendulums, and the interactions...
Yuqin Yao, Yehui Huang, Yunbo Zeng
Pages: 445 - 457
A new (γn, σk)-KP hierarchy (KPH) with two new time series γn and σk, which consists of γn-flow, σk-flow and mixed γn and σk evolution equations of eigenfunctions, is proposed. Two reductions and constrained flows of (γn, σk)-KPH are studied. The dressing method is generalized to the (γn, σk)-KPH and...
Pages: 445 - 452
There exists a particular class of boundary value problems for integrable nonlinear evolution equations formulated on the half-line, called linearizable. For this class of boundary value problems, the Fokas method yields a formalism for the solution of the associated initial-boundary value problem, which...
Krzysztof Marciniak, Maciej Blaszak
Pages: 451 - 463
The procedure of Dirac reduction of Poisson operators on submanifolds is discussed within a particularly useful special realization of the general Marsden-Ratiu redution procedure. The Dirac classification of constraints on `first-class' constraints and `second-class' constraints is reexamined.
Spyridon Kamvissis, Dmitry Shepelsky, Lech Zielinski
Pages: 448 - 473
We consider the initial boundary value (IBV) problem for the focusing nonlinear Schrödinger equation in the quarter plane x>0, t >0 in the case of periodic initial data, u(x,0) = α exp(−2iβx) (or asymptotically periodic, u(x, 0) =α exp(−2iβx)→0 as x→∞), and a Robin boundary condition at x = 0:...
Pages: 453 - 457
Differential forms are used for construction of nonlocal symmetries of partial differential equations with conservation laws. Every conservation law allows to introduce a nonlocal variable corresponding to a conserved quantity. A prolongation technique is suggested for action of symmetry operators on...
Cohomology of Groups of Diffeomorphisms Related to the Modules of Differential Operators on a Smooth Manifold
Pages: 455 - 463
Let M be a manifold and T M be the cotangent bundle. We introduce a 1-cocycle on the group of diffeomorphisms of M with values in the space of linear differential operators acting on C (T M). When M is the n-dimensional sphere, Sn , we use this
The Finite-Dimensional Moser Type Reduction of Modified Boussinesq and Super-Korteweg-de Vries Hamiltonian Systems via the Gradient-Holonomic Algorithm and Dual Moment Maps. Part I
A.K. Prykarpatsky, O.E. Hentosh, D.L. Blackmore
Pages: 455 - 469
The Moser type reductions of modified Boussinessq and super-Korteweg-de Vries equations upon the finite-dimensional invariant subspaces of solutions are considered. For the Hamiltonian and Liouville integrable finite-dimensional dynamical systems concerned with the invariant subspaces, the Lax representations...
Pages: 451 - 463
A procedure which obviates the constraint imposed by the conflict between consistent quantization and the invariance of the Hamiltonian description under nonlinear canonical transformation is proposed. This new quantization scheme preserves the Noether point symmetries of the underlying Lagrangian in...
Nedim Degirmenci, Nülifer Özdemir
Pages: 457 - 461
The Seiberg-Witten equations are of great importance in the study of topology of smooth four-dimensional manifolds. In this work, we propose similar equations for 7-dimensional compact manifolds with G2-structure.
M. B. Sheftel, D. Yazici
Pages: 453 - 484
In the recent paper by one of the authors (MBS) and A. A. Malykh on the classification of second-order PDEs with four independent variables that possess partner symmetries , mixed heavenly equation and Husain equation appear as closely related canonical equations admitting partner symmetries. Here...
Huda Alrashdi, Nalini Joshi, Dinh Thi Tran
Pages: 453 - 477
In this paper, we construct a new hierarchy based on the third q-discrete Painlevé equation (qPIII) and also study the hierarchy of the second q-discrete Painlevé equation (qPII). Both hierarchies are derived by using reductions of the general lattice modified Korteweg-de Vries equation. Our results...
A. Krylovas, R. Ciegis
Pages: 458 - 470
An averaging method for getting uniformly valid asymptotic approximations of the solution of hyperbolic systems of equations is presented. The averaged system of equtions disintegrates into independent equations for non-resonance systems. We consider the resonance conditions for some classes of solutions....
A.A. Borghardt, D.Ya. Karpenko, N.Yu. Nosenko
Pages: 458 - 463
Fundamental solutions (FS) with a given boundary condition on the characteristics of relativistic problems with axial symmetry are considered. This is so-called the Goursat problem (GP) or zero plane formalism in Dirac's terminology, or modification of the proper time method in the Fock-Nambu-Schwinger...
Pages: 454 - 467
We apply the recently developed theory of symmetry of stochastic differential equations to a stochastic version of the logistic equation, obtaining an explicit integration, i.e. an explicit formula for the process in terms of any single realization of the driving Wiener process.
Nonlocal symmetry constraints and exact interaction solutions of the (2+1) dimensional modified generalized long dispersive wave equation
Junchao Chen, Yong Chen
Pages: 454 - 472
In this paper, nonlocal symmetry of the (2+1) dimensional modified generalized long dispersive wave system and its applications are investigated. The nonlocal symmetry related to the eigenfunctions in Lax pairs is derived, and infinitely many nonlocal symmetries are obtained. By introducing three potentials,...
Orbital Linearization in the Quadratic Lotka–Volterra Systems Around Singular Points Via Lie Symmetries
Jaume Giné, Susanna Maza
Pages: 455 - 464
In this paper, we consider linearizability and orbital linearizability properties of the Lotka–Volterra system in the neighborhood of a singular point with eigenvalues 1 and -q. In this paper we give the explicit smooth near-identity change of variables that linearizes or orbital linearizes such Lotka–Volterra...
Pages: 461 - 471
It is shown that in water of finite depth, there are no periodic traveling waves with the property that the pressure in the underlying fluid flow is constant along streamlines. In the case of infinite depth, there is only one such solution, which is due to Gerstner.
Pages: 462 - 468
We investigate the integrability of a class of 1+1 dimensional models describing nolinear dispersive waves in continuous media, e.g. cylindrical compressible hyperelastic rods, shallow water waves, etc. The only completely integrable cases coincide with the Camassa-Holm and Degasperis-Procesi equations.
Pages: 462 - 470
The fundamental problem of Farley-Buneman turbulence in the auroral E-region has been discussed and debated extensively in the past two decades. In the present paper we intend to clarify the different steps that the auroral E-region plasma has to undergo before reaching a steady state. The mode-coupling...
Pages: 462 - 473
We consider the anharmonic oscillator with an arbitrary-degree anharmonicity, a damping term and a forcing term, all coefficients being time-dependent: u â€²â€² + g1 (x)u â€² + g2 (x)u + g3 (x)u n + g4 (x) = 0, n real. Its physical applications range from the atomic Thomas-Fermi model to Emden gas dynamics...
On the Application of a Generalized Version of the Dressing Method to the Integration of Variable Coefficient N-Coupled Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation
Ting Su, Huihui Dai, Xian Guo Geng
Pages: 458 - 476
N-coupled nonlinear Schrödinger (NLS) equations have been proposed to describe N-pulse simultaneous propagation in optical fibers. When the fiber is nonuniform, N-coupled variable-coefficient NLS equations can arise. In this paper, a family of N-coupled integrable variable-coefficient NLS equations are...
Derivation of asymptotical formulas for resolution of systems of differential equations with symmetrical matrices
M.I. Shkil, P.F. Samusenko
Pages: 463 - 467
Asymptotic formulae for resolution of L-diagonal systems of ordinary differential equations with symmetrical matrices are derived.
Pages: 463 - 484
A nonlinear model describing DNA dynamics, called helicoidal Peyrard–Bishop model, is described. It is shown that the model can explain a local opening of a DNA helix during transcription. An impact of friction forces is also studied. It is pointed out that a role of viscosity is crucial for DNA-RNA...
P. Bracken, P.P. Goldstein, A.M. Grundland
Pages: 464 - 486
The connection between the complex Sine and Sinh-Gordon equations associated with a Weierstrass type system and the possibility of construction of several classes of multivortex solutions is discussed in detail. We perform the Painlevé Test and analyse the possibility of deriving the Bäcklund transformation...
Harry L. Morrison, Achilles D. Speliotopoulos
Pages: 464 - 474
Using results from sheaf theory combined with the phenomenological theory of the two-dimensional superfluid, the precipitation of quantum vortices is shown to be the genesis of a macroscopic order parameter for a phase transition in two dimensions.
Pages: 461 - 474
Standard (Arnold–Liouville) integrable systems are intimately related to complex rotations. One can define a generalization of these, sharing many of their properties, where complex rotations are replaced by quaternionic ones, and more generally by the action of a Clifford group. Such a generalization...
Pages: 466 - 481
A theory of bidirectional solitons on water is developed by using the classical Boussnesq equation. Moreover, analytical multi-solitons of Camassa-Holm equation are presented.
Giovanni Calvaruso, Marian Ioan Munteanu
Pages: 462 - 484
We consider the anti-de Sitter space 13 and the hyperbolic Hopf fibration h:13(1)→2(1/2). Using their description in terms of paraquaternions, we study the magnetic curves of the hyperbolic Hopf vector field. A complete classification is obtained for light-like magnetic curves, showing in particular...
Andreas Fring, Nenad Manojlović
Pages: 467 - 478
We construct a Lax operator for the G2-Calogero-Moser model by means of a double reduction procedure. In the first reduction step we reduce the A6-model to a Bmodel with the help of an embedding of the B3-root system into the A6-root system together with the specification of certain coupling constants....
Pages: 468 - 473
We describe all systems of three equations of the form 2uj = Fj(u1, u2, u3), j = 1, 3 invariant under the extended Poincaré group. As a result, we have obtained ten classes of ~P(1, 3)-invariant nonlinear partial differential equations for real vector fields.