Symmetry Analysis and Exact Solutions of Equations of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics
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Symmetry Analysis and Exact Solutions of Equations of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics

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by spin or (spin s = 1/2) field equations is emphasized because their solutions can be used for constructing solutions of other field equations insofar as fields with any spin may be constructed from spin s = 1/2 fields. A brief account of the main ideas of the book is presented in the Introduction. The book is largely based on the authors' works [55-109, 176-189, 13-16, 7*-14*,23*, 24*] carried out in the Institute of Mathematics, Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine. References to other sources is not intended to imply completeness. As a rule, only those works used directly are cited. The authors wish to express their gratitude to Academician Yu.A. Mitropoi- sky, and to Academician of Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine O.S. Parasyuk, for basic support and stimulation over the course of many years; to our cowork- ers in the Department of Applied Studies, LA. Egorchenko, R.Z. Zhdanov, A.G. Nikitin, LV. Revenko, V.L Lagno, and I.M. Tsifra for assistance with the manuscript.
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  • Hardback | 435 pages
  • 167.6 x 241.3 x 33mm | 884.52g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1993 ed.
  • XXIV, 435 p.
  • 0792321464
  • 9780792321460

Table of contents

Preface. Preface to the English Edition. Introduction. 1. Poincare Invariant Nonlinear Scalar Equations. 2. Poincare-Invariant Systems of Nonlinear PDEs. 3. Euclid and Galilei Groups and Nonlinear PDEs for Scalar Fields. 4. System of PDEs Invariant Under the Galilei Group. 5. Some Special Questions. Appendix 1: Jacobi Elliptic Functions. Appendix 2: P(1,3)-Nonequivalent One-Dimensional Subalgebras of the Extended Poincare Algebra AP(1,3). Appendix 3: Some Applications of Campbell-Baker-Hausdorff Operator Calculus. Appendix 4: Differential Invariants (DI) of Poincare Algebras (AP(1,n), AP(1,n) and Conformal Algebra AC(1,n). Appendix 5: Differential Invariants (DI) of Galilei Algebras AG(1,n), AG(1,n) and Schroedinger Algebra ASch(1,n). Appendix 6: Compatibility and Solutions of the Overdetermined d'Alembert-Hamilton-System. Appendix 7: Q-Conditional Symmetry of the Heat Equation. Appendix 8: On Nonlocal Symmetries of Nonlinear Heat Equation. References. Additional References. Index.
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