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Integrable Lattice Equations

Title
Integrable Lattice Equations
Funding
ARC | Discovery Projects
Contract (GA) number
DP0985615
Start Date
2009/01/01
End Date
2011/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP0985615

 

  • Okamoto's space for the first Painlev\'e equation in Boutroux coordinates

    Duistermaat, J. J.; Joshi, N. (2010)
    Projects: ARC | Integrable Lattice Equations (DP0985615)
    We study the completeness and connectedness of asymptotic behaviours of solutions of the first Painlev\'e equation $\op{d}^2y/\op{d}x^2=6\, y^2+ x$, in the limit $x\to\infty$, $x\in\C$. This problem arises in various physical contexts including the critical behaviour near gradient catastrophe for the focusing nonlinear Schr\"odinger equation. We prove that the complex limit set of solutions is non-empty, compact and invariant under the flow of the limiting autonomous Hamiltonian system, that ...

    A Discrete Inverse Scattering Transform for Q3$_\delta$

    Butler, Samuel (2012)
    Projects: ARC | Integrable Lattice Equations (DP0985615)
    We derive a fully discrete Inverse Scattering Transform as a method for solving the initial-value problem for the Q3$_\delta$ lattice (difference-difference) equation for real-valued solutions. The initial condition is given on an infinite staircase within an N-dimensional lattice and must obey a given summability condition. The forward scattering problem is one-dimensional and the solution to Q3$_\delta$ is expressed through the solution of a singular integral equation. The solutions obtaine...

    An Inverse Scattering Transform for the Lattice Potential KdV Equation

    Butler, Samuel; Joshi, Nalini (2011)
    Projects: ARC | Integrable Lattice Equations (DP0985615)
    The lattice potential Korteweg-de Vries equation (LKdV) is a partial difference equation in two independent variables, which possesses many properties that are analogous to those of the celebrated Korteweg-de Vries equation. These include discrete soliton solutions, Backlund transformations and an associated linear problem, called a Lax pair, for which it provides the compatibility condition. In this paper, we solve the initial value problem for the LKdV equation through a discrete implementa...

    Multidimensional Inverse Scattering of Integrable Lattice Equations

    Butler, Samuel (2012)
    Projects: ARC | Integrable Lattice Equations (DP0985615)
    We present a discrete inverse scattering transform for all ABS equations excluding Q4. The nonlinear partial difference equations presented in the ABS hierarchy represent a comprehensive class of scalar affine-linear lattice equations which possess the multidimensional consistency property. Due to this property it is natural to consider these equations living in an N-dimensional lattice, where the solutions depend on N distinct independent variables and associated parameters. The direct scatt...

    Painleve I, Coverings of the Sphere and Belyi Functions

    The theory of poles of solutions of Painleve-I is equivalent to the Nevanlinna problem of constructing a meromorphic function ramified over five points - counting multiplicities - and without critical points. We construct such meromorphic functions as limit of rational ones. In the case of the tritronquee solution these rational functions are Belyi functions.
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