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Lie Symmetries and Preliminary Classification of Group-Invariant Solutions of Thomas equation

Ouhadan, A.; Kinani, E. H. El;
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  • Published: 14 Dec 2004
Abstract
Using the basic prolongation method and the infinitesimal criterion of invariance, we find the most general Lie point symmetries group of the Thomas equation. Looking the adjoint representation of the obtained symmetry group on its Lie algebra, we will find the preliminary classification of its group-invariant solutions. This latter provides a new exact solutions for the Thomas equation.
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free text keywords: Mathematical Physics, 70G65, 58K70, 34C14
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