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Vector hyperbolic equations with higher symmetries

  • A. G. MeshkovEmail author
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Abstract

We list eleven vector hyperbolic equations that have third-order symmetries with respect to both characteristics. This list exhausts the equations with at least one symmetry of a divergence form. We integrate four equations in the list explicitly, bring one to a linear form, and bring four more to nonlinear ordinary nonautonomous systems. We find the Bäcklund transformations for six equations.

Keywords

hyperbolic equation higher symmetry integral Bäcklund transformation exact integrability 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Orel State University for TechnologyOrelRussia

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