6 edition of The isomonodromic deformation method in the theory of Painleve equations found in the catalog.
|Statement||Alexander R. Its, Victor Yu. Novokshenov.|
|Series||Lecture notes in mathematics -- 1191., Lecture notes in mathematics (Springer-Verlag) -- 1191.|
|Contributions||Novokshenov, V. I ŁU.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
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Isomonodromic deformation method in the theory of Painlevé equations. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Alexander R Its; V I︠U︡ Novokshenov.
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Its () Click on the link below to start the download. The connection between isomonodromic deformation of Fuc hsian system of linear diﬀer- ential equations and Painlev´ e VI equation is considered. Namely, any F uchsian system can. Continuing the study of the relationship between the Heun and the Painlevé classes The isomonodromic deformation method in the theory of Painleve equations book equations reported in two previous papers, we formulate and prove the main theorem expressing this relationship.
We give a Hamiltonian interpretation of the isomonodromic deformation condition and propose an alternative classification of the Painlevé. We compute an example of discrete isomonodromic deformation equations of a certain Fuchsian equation.
isomonodromy type including the sixth Painleve equation and. Its and V.Y. Novokshenov, The Isomonodromic Deformation Method in the Theory of Painlevé Equations (Springer-Verlag, Berlin, ).
zbMATH Google Scholar  A.R. The aim of this book is to provide a unified approach to understand higher dimensional analogues of the Painlevé equations from the viewpoint of the deformation theory of linear ordinary differential equations.
Especially, a detailed study will be given when the phase spaces of their Hamiltonian systems are four dimensional.
The Isomonodromic Deformation Method in the Theory of Painlevé Equations pp | Cite as The manifold of solutions of painlevé II equation decreasing as ϰ → −∞. Parametrization of their asymptotics through the monodromy data. Isomonodromic deformation method in the theory of Painlevé equations.
Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Alexander R Its; V I︠U︡ Novokshenov. The Isomonodromic Deformation Method in the Theory of Painlevé Equations pp | Cite as The movable poles of the solutions of painlevé III equation and their connection with mathifu functions Authors.
Its A R and Novokshenov V Yu The Isomonodromic Deformation Method in the Theory of Painlevé Equations Bluman G W and Cole J D Similarity Methods for Differential Equations (Appl.
Math. Sci. 13) (Berlin Bäcklund transformations, exact solutions and the isomonodromy deformation method PhD Thesis University of Exeter.
Isomonodromic deformations of systems () and () and painleve equations of II and III types.- Inverse problem of the monodromy theory for the systems () and (). Asymptotic analysis of. The Bäcklund transformations reduce this ODE to the Painlevé V equation, while the isomonodromic deformation method (IDM) provides the explicit connection formulas for the necessary PV transcendent.
The result generalizes the well-known Dyson asymptotic expansion for the one-level spacing function to a case of arbitrary many levels. Babich, On canonical parametrization of the phase spaces of equations of isomonodromic deformations of Fuchsian systems of dimension 2 × 2. Derivation of the Painlevé VI equation, Uspekhi Mat.
Nauk 64 (1) () 51– (Russian); English translation in Russian Math. A global classification of Bonnet surfaces is given using both ingredients of the theory of Painlev equations: the theory of isomonodromic deformation and the Painlev property.
The book is illustrated by plots of surfaces. It is intended to be used by mathematicians and graduate students interested in differential geometry and Painlev equations. Solutions of the third Painlevé equation I - Volume - Hiroshi Umemura, Humihiko Watanabe.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: Inverse Problems for Linear Differential Equations with Meromorphic Coefficients / A.
Bolibruch --Virasoro Generators and Bilinear Equations for Isomonodromic Tan Functions / J. Harnad --Lax Pairs for Painleve Equations / A.A. Kapaev --Isomonodromic. Its and V. Novokshënov () The Isomonodromic Deformation Method in the Theory of Painlevé Equations.
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1. Introduction In ref. [ 1 ] the generalization of the inverse scattering transform (IST), called IST with a variable spectral parameter (or the method of nonisospectral deformations) was proposed. That method was the development of the ideas put forward in refs.
[ ]. A lot of new integrable equations were constructed in ref. [ 1 ]. we will call it the isomonodromic deformation of the Heun equation. The task is now to view the Heun equation () as an element of a family of an isomonodromically deformed system.
Argyres-Douglas theory Isomonodromic deformation Mathematics Subject Classiﬁcation 34M56 81T60 2 Seiberg–Witten curves and isomonodromic deformations Painlevé equations and isomonodromic deformations Hitchin systems and four -dimensional N = 2 integral method is out of reach at the moment.
The six Painleve equations (PI–PVI) were first discovered about a hundred years ago by Painleve and his colleagues in an investigation of nonlinear second-order ordinary differential equations. From Gauss to Painleve´: a Modern Theory of Special Functions, The Isomonodromic Deformation Method in the Theory of Painleve´ equations.
The global asymptotic solution of the second Painlevé equation near the essential singular point is nonuniform and splits into six characteristic sect. The separable equations can be expressed by so-called Lax representation in the form of isospectral deformation equations while the Painlevé equations can be expressed by Lax representation in the form of isomonodromic deformation equations.
Actually, separable equations belong to the class of Liouville integrable systems. Using the Gauss-Manin connection (Picard-Fuchs differential equation) and a result of Malgrange, a special class of algebraic solutions to isomonodromic deformation equations, the geometric isomonodromic deformations, is defined from "families of families" of algebraic ric isomonodromic deformations arise naturally from combinatorial strata in the moduli spaces of elliptic.
The necessary and sufficient conditions that an equation of the form y″=f(x, y, y′) can be reduced to one of the Painlevé equations under a general point transformation are obtained.A procedure to check these conditions is found. The theory of invariants plays a leading role in this investigation.
ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xv, pages: illustrations). Contents: Inverse problems for linear differential equations with meromorphic coefficients Virasoro generators and bilinear equations for isomonodromic tau functions Lax pairs for Painlevé equations Isomonodromic deformations and Hurwitz spaces Classical.
Motivation. The subject of the paper is the relation between conformal eld theory and Painlev e equations (and more generally equations of isomonodromic deformation). This rst example of this relation was conjectured in [GIL12] and states that tau function of the Painlev e VI equation is equal to the (Fourier) series of c= 1 Virasoro conformal.
The method exploits the isomonodromic tau function associated with the Painlevé VI equation. Recently, these tau functions have been shown to be related to certain correlation functions in conformal field theory and asymptotic expansions have been given in terms of tuples of the Young diagrams.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Using the Gauss-Manin connection (Picard-Fuchs differential equation) and a result of Malgrange, a special class of algebraic solutions to isomonodromic deformation equations, the geometric isomonodromic deformations, is defined from “families of families ” of algebraic varieties.
Several inverse problems of the analytic theory of differential equations are considered: an estimate of the number of extra singular points occurring in the construction of a Fuchsian equation.
Isomonodromic Deformation has been added to your Cart Add gift options. Buy used: $ this book provides an introduction to algebraic geometric methods in the theory of complex linear differential equations.
Starting from basic notions in complex algebraic geometry, it develops some of the classical problems of linear differential Author: Claude Sabbah. In a three way comparison with other methods employed on this problem - the Toeplitz lattice and Virasoro constraints, the isomonodromic deformation of $ 2\times 2 $ linear Fuchsian differential equations, and the algebraic approach based upon the affine Weyl group symmetry - it is shown all are entirely equivalent, when reduced in order by.
Kitaev A V The isomonodromic deformation method for `degenerate' third Painlevé equation Problems in Quantum Field Theory and Statistical Physics vol 7 Zap.
Nauch. Semin. LOMI ed Kulish P P and Popov V N (Leningrad: Nauka) p 45 (in Russian) Google Scholar. In this paper, we write down the Hamiltonian equations corresponding to all of the four systems that are obtained from the deformation theory of the Fuchsian equations.
These are the well-known Garnier system with two independent variables, a Fuji-Suzuki system. The Painleve ﬁrst equation can be represented as the equation of isomonodromic deformation of a Schrödinger equation with a cubic potential.
We introduce a new algorithm for computing the direct monodromy problem for this Schrödinger equation. The algorithm is based on the geometric theory of Schrödinger equation due to Nevan-linna 1.Abstract.
The turning point problems for instanton-type solutions of Painlevé equations with a large parameter are discussed. Generalizing the main result of  near a simple turning point, we report in this paper that Painlevé equations can be transformed to the second Painlevé equation and the most degenerate third Painlevé equation near a double turning point and near a simple pole.The nonclassical method is more general than the direct method for symmetry reductions.
A. R. & Novokshenov, V. Yu. The Isomonodromic Deformation Method in the Theory of Painlevé Equations, Lect Existence and Uniqueness of a Solution to the Cauchy Problem for the Damped Boussinesq Equation. Mathematical Methods in the Applied.