Journal of Non-linear Mathematical Physics

ISSN: 1402-9251
Volume 6, Issue 3, August 1999
Anatoliy K. PRYKARPATSKY, Denis BLACKMORE
Pages: 246 - 254
If we are given a smooth differential operator in the variable x R/2Z, its normal form, as is well known, is the simplest form obtainable by means of the Diff(S1 )-group action on the space of all such operators. A versal deformation of this operator is a normal form for some parametric infinitesimal...
S.Yu. SAKOVICH
Pages: 255 - 262
It is shown that the system of two coupled Korteweg-de Vries equations passes the Painlevé test for integrability in nine distinct cases of its coefficients. The integrability of eight cases is verified by direct construction of Lax pairs, whereas for one case it remains unknown.
Partha GUHA
Pages: 273 - 293
In this paper we discuss a universal integrable model, given by a sum of two WessZumino-Witten-Novikov (WZWN) actions, corresponding to two different orbits of the coadjoint action of a loop group on its dual, and the Polyakov-Weigmann cocycle describing their interactions. This is an effective action...
Philippe CHANFREAU, Hannu LYYJYNEN
Pages: 314 - 331
This paper aims to cast some new light on controlling chaos using the OGY- and the Zero-Spectral-Radius methods. In deriving those methods we use a generalized procedure differing from the usual ones. This procedure allows us to conveniently treat maps to be controlled bringing the orbit to both various...
F. DELDUC, L. GALLOT
Pages: 332 - 343
We propose a hamiltonian formulation of the N = 2 supersymmetric KP type hierarchy recently studied by Krivonos and Sorin. We obtain a quadratic hamiltonian structure which allows for several reductions of the KP type hierarchy. In particular, the third family of N = 2 KdV hierarchies is recovered....
Boris A. KUPERSHMIDT, Ognyan S. STOYANOV
Pages: 344 - 354
A Poisson-Lie group acting by the coadjoint action on the dual of its Lie algebra induces on it a non-trivial class of quadratic Poisson structures extending the linear Poisson bracket on the coadjoint orbits.