Multi-parametric Rational Solutions to the KdV Equation
Asian Journal of Research and Reviews in Physics,
We construct multi-parametric rational solutions to the KdV equation. For this, we use solutions in terms of exponentials depending on several parameters and take a limit when one of these parameters goes to 0. Here we present degenerate rational solutions and give a result without the presence of a limit as a quotient of polynomials depending on 3N parameters. We give the explicit expressions of some of these rational solutions.
- KdV equation
- rational solutions
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