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Title: Nonlinear Waves: An Introduction
Authors: Popivanov, Petar
Slavova, Angela
Keywords: Equations of Mathematical Physics
KdV Equation
Camassa-Holm Type Equations
Burger's Equation
Hunter-Saxton Equation
Conservation Laws Equations
Traveling Wave Solutions
Nonlinear PDE
Periodic Solutions of Traveling Type for mKdV Equations
Generalized Cauchy Problem
Riemann Problem
CNN Approach
Issue Date: 22-Nov-2010
Publisher: University Press "Paisii Hilendarski", Plovdiv
Abstract: This book deals with equations of mathematical physics as the different modifications of the KdV equation, the Camassa-Holm type equations, several modifications of Burger's equation, the Hunter-Saxton equation, conservation laws equations and others. The equations originate from physics but are proposed here for their investigation via purely mathematical methods in the frames of university courses. More precisely, we propose classification theorems for the traveling wave solutions for a sufficiently large class of third order nonlinear PDE when the corresponding profiles develop different kind of singularities (cusps, peaks), existence and uniqueness results, etc. The orbital stability of the periodic solutions of traveling type for mKdV equations are also studied. Of great interest too is the interaction of peakon type solutions of the Camassa-Holm equation and the solvability of the classical and generalized Cauchy problem for the Hunter-Saxton equation. The Riemann problem for special systems of conservation laws and the corresponding -shocks are also considered. As it concerns numerical methods we apply the CNN approach. The book is addressed to a broader audience including graduate students, Ph.D. students, mathematicians, physicist, engineers and specialists in the domain of PDE.
ISBN: 9789544236489
Appears in Collections:REMIA 2010

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