## An Introduction to the Lie Theory of One-parameter Groups: With Applications to the Solution of Differential Equations |

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An Introduction to the Lie Theory of One-Parameter Groups: With Applications ... Abraham Cohen No preview available - 2015 |

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arbitrary constant canonical variables coefficients common solution complete system const contact transformation corresponding determined differen differential equation invariant differential equation unaltered differential invariant dx dx dx dy dz dy dy equa equation is characterized family of curves finite transformations given group Uf identical transformation independent solutions infinitesimal transformation integral curves integrating factor invariant differential equation invariant under Uf involving Jacobian known leave the differential left unaltered linear equation linear partial differential linearly independent lines of curvature necessary and sufficient Note obtained one-parameter group ordinary differential equation orthogonal trajectories ox ay ox dy parameter partial differential equation path-curves point transformation quadrature r-parameter group radius vector readily seen Remark Riccati equation second order invariant singular solution takes the form tangent tial equation tion type of differential values variables are separable whence

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