Cauchy–Jost function and hierarchy of integrable equations
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We describe the properties of the Cauchy–Jost (also known as Cauchy–Baker–Akhiezer) function of the Kadomtsev–Petviashvili-II equation. Using the \(\bar \partial \)-method, we show that for this function, all equations of the Kadomtsev–Petviashvili-II hierarchy are given in a compact and explicit form, including equations for the Cauchy–Jost function itself, time evolutions of the Jost solutions, and evolutions of the potential of the heat equation.
KeywordsCauchy–Jost function KP-II equation inverse problem
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