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backlimdtransformationsfortheinitialproblemsofnizhnichandnizhnichnovikovveselovequations
Su Hongling1; Wang Mingliang2; Qin Mengzhao1
2003
Source Publicationcommunicationsintheoreticalphysics
ISSN0253-6102
Volume40Issue:1Pages:15
AbstractThe homogeneous balance method is a method for solving general partial differential equations (PDEs). In this paper we solve a kind of initial problems of the PDEs by using the special Backlund transformations of the initial problem. The basic Fourier transformation method and some variable-separation skill are used as auxiliaries. Two initial problems of Nizhnich and the Nizhnich-Novikov-Veselov equations are solved by using this approach.
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.amss.ac.cn/handle/2S8OKBNM/39930
Collection中国科学院数学与系统科学研究院
Affiliation1.中国科学院数学与系统科学研究院
2.Mathematical Department, Luoyang Institute of Technology
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Su Hongling,Wang Mingliang,Qin Mengzhao. backlimdtransformationsfortheinitialproblemsofnizhnichandnizhnichnovikovveselovequations[J]. communicationsintheoreticalphysics,2003,40(1):15.
APA Su Hongling,Wang Mingliang,&Qin Mengzhao.(2003).backlimdtransformationsfortheinitialproblemsofnizhnichandnizhnichnovikovveselovequations.communicationsintheoreticalphysics,40(1),15.
MLA Su Hongling,et al."backlimdtransformationsfortheinitialproblemsofnizhnichandnizhnichnovikovveselovequations".communicationsintheoreticalphysics 40.1(2003):15.
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