Date: Monday, October 23, 2017
Location: 1866 East Hall (4:00 PM to 5:00 PM)
Title: The complex sine/sinhGordon equations and the complex short pulse equation
Abstract: It is known that the complex sineGordon (csG) and sinhGordon (cshG) equations belong to the first negative flow of the AKNS hierarchy. It is worthy to note that the csG/cshG equations are also called coupled dispersionless equations of focusing and defocusing type in the literature. Recently, by hodograph transformation, above equations can be transformed into a focusing and defocusing complex short pulse equation, which is viewed as an analogue of the nonlinear Schroedinger equation in the ultrashort regime. In this talk, I will firstly present the bilinear forms and Darboux transformation, which both lead to multisoliton solutions of bright and dark type. Then, the integrable semidiscrete and fullydiscrete complex sine/sinhGordon equation equations will be constructed, their solutions will be touched. If time permits, we will discuss several future topics such as the coupled cSP equation and the inverse scattering transform for the cSP equation.
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Speaker: Baofeng Feng
Institution: The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Event Organizer: Thomas Bothner bothner@umich.edu
