By Chaohao Gu

The Darboux transformation procedure is likely one of the most desirable tools for developing particular suggestions of partial differential equations that are known as integrable structures and play vital roles in mechanics, physics and differential geometry. This booklet offers the Darboux alterations in matrix shape and offers merely algebraic algorithms for developing the categorical ideas. A foundation for utilizing symbolic computations to acquire the specific distinctive ideas for plenty of integrable platforms is tested. additionally, the habit of straightforward and multi-solutions, even in multi-dimensional situations, may be elucidated essentially. the strategy covers a chain of significant equations equivalent to several types of AKNS structures in R1+n, harmonic maps from 2-dimensional manifolds, self-dual Yang-Mills fields and the generalizations to better dimensional case, idea of line congruences in 3 dimensions or larger dimensional house and so on. these types of situations are defined intimately. This ebook comprises many effects that have been acquired by way of the authors some time past few years.

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114) such that D(h1 , · · · , hN r , λi )hi = 0 (i = 1, 2, · · · , N r). 79). (2) If det Fr−1 = 0, then the above Darboux matrix of degree r can be decomposed as D(h1 , · · · , hN r , λ) = D D(h1 , · · · , hN (r−1) , λN (r−1)+1 )hN (r−1)+1 , · · · , D(h1 , · · · , hN (r−1) , λN r )hN r , λ · ·D(h1 , · · · , hN (r−1) , λ). 119) 27 1+1 dimensional integrable systems On the right hand side of this equality, the ﬁrst term is a Darboux matrix of degree one and the second term is a Darboux matrix of degree (r − 1).

Therefore, we can also obtain the theorem of permutability by this symmetry. 9 can be applied not only to the AKNS system, but also to many other evolution equations, especially to the Lax pairs whose U and V are polynomials of λ. On the other hand, we also show that those Darboux matrices include all the diagonalizable Darboux matrices of the form λI − S, and any non-diagonalizable Darboux matrix can be obtained from the limit of diagonalizable Darboux matrices. 138) n−j Vj (x, t)λ , j=0 Uj ’s and Vj ’s are N × N matrices.

Since r− (ζ) and r+ (ζ) are holomorphic in C+ and C− respectively, their zeros are discrete. These zeros are the eigenvalues of L. The set of all eigenvalues of L is denoted by IP σ(L). 270) has a nontrivial bounded solution. σ(L) = R ∪ IP σ(L) is called the spectrum of the operator L. Its compliment C − σ(L) is called the regular set of L. Property 4. If r− (ζ) = 0 and r+ (ζ) = 0 hold for ζ ∈ R, then IP σ(L) is a ﬁnite set. Hereafter, we always suppose r− (ζ) = 0 and r+ (ζ) = 0 when ζ ∈ R. First we consider the eigenvalues.