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Solitons in Two-Dimensional Shallow Water

By: Kodama, Yuji

Part of the CBMS-NSF Regional Conference Series in Applied Mathematics series
1611975514 / 9781611975512
Paperback / softback
530.124
30/11/2018
Stock expected by 06/03/2020
United States
252 pages
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Web-like waves, often observed on the surface of shallow water, are examples of nonlinear waves.

They are generated by nonlinear interactions among several obliquely propagating solitary waves, also known as solitons.

In this book, modern mathematical tools-algebraic geometry, algebraic combinatorics, and representation theory, among others-are used to analyze these two-dimensional wave patterns.

The author's primary goal is to explain some details of the classification problem of the soliton solutions of the KP equation (or KP solitons) and their applications to shallow water waves. This book is intended for researchers and graduate students.

BIC:

PBKJ Differential calculus & equations, PBMW Algebraic geometry, PBV Combinatorics & graph theory, PBWR Nonlinear science, PDE Maths for scientists

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