JETS, a way to empower calculations on differential equations in total derivatives on diffieties, talk at The Workshop on GDEq and Integrability, 11-15 October 2010, Hradec nad Moravici, Czech Republic (abstract)

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Speaker: Hynek Baran

Title: JETS, a way to empower calculations on differential equations in total derivatives on diffieties

Abstract:
JETS is a tool to compute symmetries, conservation laws, zero-curvature representations, recursion operators, and many other invariants of systems of partial differential equations. A short review of JETS will be given along with a demonstration of some of its advanced capabilities.

Slides: Maple worksheets - 1. Basics, 2. Diffietes, 3. Symmetriess of KdV, 4. Deriving Deriving differential consequences, 5. Assignments to partial derivatives, 6. Classification

References:
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M. Marvan, Sufficient set of integrability conditions of an orthonomic system, Found. Comput. Math. 9 (2009) 651-674, arXiv:nlin/0605009