2 edition of **Integrable and superintegrable systems** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1990**
by World Scientific in Singapore, Teaneck, NJ
.

Written in English

- Differential equations, Partial.,
- Nonlinear theories.,
- Hamiltonian systems.,
- Solitons.

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references (p. 386-388).

Statement | edited by Boris A. Kupershmidt. |

Contributions | Kupershmidt, Boris A., 1946- |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA377 .I53 1990 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | viii, 388 p. : |

Number of Pages | 388 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1887662M |

LC Control Number | 90048931 |

If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your password. We construct integrable and superintegrable Hamiltonian systems using the realizations of four dimensional real Lie algebras as a symmetry of the system with the phase space R{sup 4} and R{sup 6}. Furthermore, we construct some integrable and superintegrable Hamiltonian systems for which the symmetry Lie group is also the phase space of the system.

for all k,l∈{1,,[n/2]}, and therefore each polynomial z i (n) defines an associated integrable Hamiltonian vector field. 1 In §3, we consider the quadratic vector fields associated with z 3 (n).This is an n-dimensional Lotka–Volterra system [12,13], and we prove it is superintegrable when n is odd and non-commutative integrable (of rank 2) when n is by: It is well known that this superintegrable system can be separated in different coordinate systems, and each such separation defines a distinct Liouville integrable system. We show that for separation in prolate spheroidal coordinates the resulting Liouville integrable system has Hamiltonian monodromy, which means that the action variables.

During the recent years the classification of superintegrable systems has undergone significant activity. Most importantly, superintegrable systems on conformally flat manifolds in dimension 2 and 3 have been classified, and surprising links to hypergeometric . and are functionally independent in the sense that. (This is a special case of integrability, see section , but is standard in most of this book.). Now suppose is integrable with associated constants of the by the inverse function theorem we can solve the n equations for the momenta to obtain,, where is a vector of constants.

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The digit and digit formats both work. integrable or superintegrable systems, the most important obstruction to their being diﬀeomorphic is the energy–perio d theorem, that actually puts a restriction on the nature of the toroidal.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Integrable and superintegrable systems. Singapore ; Teaneck, NJ: World Scientific, (OCoLC) Description; Chapters; Supplementary; Some of the most active practitioners in the field of integrable systems have been asked to describe what they think of as the problems and results which seem to be most interesting and important now and are likely to influence future directions.

Integrable and superintegrable systems. [Boris A Kupershmidt;] -- Some of the most active practitioners in the field of integrable systems have been asked to describe what they think of as the problems and results which seem to be most interesting and important now.

There is no generally accepted definition of integrability that would include the various instances which are usually associated with the word “integrable". Occasionally the word ‘solvable’ is also used more or less as synonymous, but to emphasize the fact that the system Author: José F.

Cariñena, Alberto Ibort, Giuseppe Marmo, Giuseppe Morandi. Abstract. We construct two-dimensional integrable and superintegrable systems in terms of the master function formalism and relate them to Mielnik’s and Marquette’s construction in supersymmetric quantum mechanics.

For two different cases of the master functions, we obtain two different two-dimensional superintegrable systems with higher order integrals of : Z. Alizadeh, H. Panahi.

In Section 4, we briefly review the master function formalism and then in Section 5, we use this approach to obtain integrable systems and particular cases of the superintegrable systems that satisfy the oscillator-like (Heisenberg) algebra with higher order integrals of motion in terms of the master function and weight function.

Integrable and superintegrable systems with spin Pavel Winternitz ∗ and Ismet Yurdu¸sen˙ † Centre de Recherches Math´ematiques, Universit´e de Montr´eal, CPSucc. Centre-Ville, Montr´eal, Quebec H3C 3J7, Canada J Abstract A system of two particles with spin s= 0 and s= 1 2 respectively, moving in a plane is considered.

with respect to the momenta. Many integrable systems with additional integrals of degree greater than two in momenta are given. Moreover, an example of a super-integrable system with ﬁrst integrals of degree two, four and six in the momenta is found.

1 Introduction The main aim of this paper is to study natural integrable systems H 1 =2p 1p 2 File Size: KB. Its comprehensive coverage of analytical and numerical methods for non-integrable systems is the first of its kind.

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Integrable and Superintegrable Systems with Higher Order Integrals of Motion: Master Function Formalism and superintegrable systems with higher order integrals of motion. From this procedure, we have generated the J. B´erub´e and P. Winternitz,“Integrable and superintegrableAuthor: Z. Alizadeh, H.

Panahi. In the second lecture spin Calogero-Moser systems will be introduced and it will be proven that they are superintegrable systems.

After this superintegrable systems corresponding to. RESUMEN. This book provides a comprehensive exposition of completely integrable, partially integrable and superintegrable Hamiltonian systems in a general setting of invariant submanifolds which need not be compact.

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integrable and superintegrable systems with spin in a real three-dimensional Euclidean space. A recent paper [1] was devoted to a system of two nonrelativistic particles with spin s = 1 2 and s = 0, respectively. Physically, this can be interpreted e.g. as a nucleon–pion interactionCited by: A system of two particles with spin s=0 and s=12, respectively, moving in a plane is considered.

It is shown that such a system with a nontrivial spin-orbit interaction can allow an eight dimensional Lie algebra of first-order integrals of motion. The Pauli equation is solved in this superintegrable case and reduced to a system of ordinary differential equations when only one first-order Cited by: PERTURBATIONS OF INTEGRABLE AND SUPERINTEGRABLE HAMILTONIAN SYSTEMS Heinz Hanßmann Mathematisch Instituut, Universiteit Utrecht PostbusTA Utrecht, The Netherlands 1 March Abstract Integrable systems admitting a sufﬁciently large sym-metry group are considered.

In the non–degenerate case this group is abelian and KAM.