Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2-8-1994

Abstract

In this article, a system of finite-dimensional involutive functions is presented and proven to be integrable in the Liouville sense. By using the nonlinearization method, the C. Neumann system associated with the modified Korteweg-de Vries (mKdV) hierarchy is obtained. Thus, the C. Neumann system is shown to be completely integrable via a gauge transformation between it and an integrable Hamiltonian system. Finally, the solution of a stationary mKdV equation and the involutive solutions of the mKdV hierarchy are secured. As two examples, the involutive solutions are given for the mKdV equation: u,+ ;uXXX- $u2u,=0 and the 5th mKdV equation v,- ~v,,,~~+~u~v,,~+~vv,v,,+ &~-$v4uX=0.

Comments

©1994, American Institute of Physics.

First Page

2978

Last Page

2982

Publication Title

Journal of Mathematical Physics

DOI

10.1063/1.530497

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Mathematics Commons

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