Lie-Bäcklund transformations in applications by Robert L. Anderson, Nail H. Ibragimov

By Robert L. Anderson, Nail H. Ibragimov

This name provides an creation to the classical remedy of Backlund and normal floor differences; and contains distinctive and available strategies for developing either teams of alterations with the intention to be of significant price to the scientist and engineer within the research of mathematical types of actual phenomena. Classical and up to date examples of Backlund variations as utilized to geometry, nonlinear optics, turbulence types, nonlinear waves and quantum mechanics are given. The authors speak about purposes of Lie-Backlund ameliorations in mechanics, quantum mechanics, fuel dynamics, hydrodynamics, and relativity.

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