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SUMMARY:Mathematical Physics & Integrable Systems seminar: Nitin Serwa (University of Kent)
LOCATION:SR2, Sibson Building (SibSR2)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract\nThe study of coherent structures and patterns arising in nonlinear systems is important for the understanding of many phenomena in nature. Therefore a fundamental question arises to determine whether a given system is integrable. One of the criteria used to tackle this problem is through the existence of infinitely many commuting symmetries. Master symmetry is a tool which guarantees the existence of infinitely many symmetries and thus help in determining proof of integrability; moreover, it also can be used for classification of systems. Using the O scheme developed by Prof. J. P. Wang (2015), I would present master symmetries for new two-component (1+1 dimensional) third order Burger type systems (Talati and Turhan, 2016) and a (2+1)- dimensional system (Davey-Stewartson-type).\n\n
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