Chetverikov V. Coverings and integrable pseudosymmetries of differential equations (abstract)

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Speaker: Vladimir Chetverikov

Title: Coverings and integrable pseudosymmetries of differential equations

Finite-dimensional coverings from systems of differential equations are investigated. This problem is of interest in view of its relationship with the computation of differential substitutions, nonlocal symmetries, recursion operators, and Bäcklund transformations. We show that the distribution specified by the fibers of a covering is determined by an integrable pseudosymmetry of the system. Conversely, every integrable pseudosymmetry of a system defines a covering from this system. The vertical component of the pseudosymmetry is a matrix analog of the evolution differentiation. The corresponding generating matrix satisfies a matrix analog of the linearization of the equation. We also show how the coverings from an equation are related to coverings over the equation. A method for constructing coverings is given and demonstrated by the examples of the Laplace equation and the Kapitsa pendulum system.

Slides: ChetverikovAMVconf2021slides.pdf

Event: Diffieties, Cohomological Physics, and Other Animals, 13-17 December 2021, Moscow.
Alexandre Vinogradov Memorial Conference.