A scheme of constructing the general solution of the reduced Maxwell-Block system is provided on the basis of the formalism of the Riemann matrix problem.
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In conclusion, the author is grateful to A. R. Its, V. B. Matveev, and M. S. Scully for their interest in this study and for useful discussions.
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Rybin, A.V. General solution of the reduced Maxwell-Block system. J Math Sci 54, 951–957 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01101126
- General Solution
- Matrix Problem
- Riemann Matrix
- Riemann Matrix Problem