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§36.10 Differential Equations


§36.10(i) Equations for ΨK(x)

In terms of the normal form (36.2.1) the ΨK(x) satisfy the operator equation

36.10.1 ΦK(-ix1;x)ΨK(x)=0,

or explicitly,

36.10.2 K+1ΨK(x)x1K+1+m=1K(-i)m-K-2(mxmK+2)m-1ΨK(x)x1m-1=0.

Special Cases

K=1, fold: (36.10.1) becomes Airy’s equation (§9.2(i))

36.10.3 2Ψ1x2-x3Ψ1=0.

K=2, cusp:

36.10.4 3Ψ2x3-12yΨ2x-i4xΨ2=0.

K=3, swallowtail:

36.10.5 4Ψ3x4-35z2Ψ3x2-2i5yΨ3x+15xΨ3=0.

§36.10(ii) Partial Derivatives with Respect to the xn

36.10.6 lnΨKxmln=in(l-m)mnΨKxlmn,
1mK, 1lK.

Special Cases

K=1, fold: (36.10.6) is an identity.

§36.10(iii) Operator Equations

In terms of the normal forms (36.2.2) and (36.2.3), the Ψ(U)(x) satisfy the following operator equations

36.10.11 Φs(U)(-ix,-iy;x)Ψ(U)(x) =0,
Φt(U)(-ix,-iy;x)Ψ(U)(x) =0,


36.10.12 Φs(U)(s,t;x) =sΦ(U)(s,t;x),
Φt(U)(s,t;x) =tΦ(U)(s,t;x).


36.10.13 62Ψ(E)xy-2izΨ(E)y+yΨ(E)=0,
36.10.14 3(2Ψ(E)x2-2Ψ(E)y2)+2izΨ(E)x-xΨ(E)=0.
36.10.15 32Ψ(H)x2+izΨ(H)y-xΨ(H)=0,
36.10.16 32Ψ(H)y2+izΨ(H)x-yΨ(H)=0.

§36.10(iv) Partial z-Derivatives