Nonlinear evolution equations with (1,1)-supersymmetric time
A. Yu. Khrennikova, R. Ciancib
a Moscow State Institute of Electronic Technology (Technical University)
b University of Genova
A generalization of the Cauchy–Kowalewsky theorem is obtained for nonlinear evolution equations with (1,1)-supersymmetric time. This theorem ensures the existence and uniqueness of a solution for a large class of superanalytic functions. A generalization of Cartan's technique to the supersymmetric case is also obtained, and by means of it the problem of integrating a system of partial differential equations is transformed into the problem of finding a sequence of integral supermanifolds of lower dimension by means of a succession of integrations based on the Cauchy–Kowalewsky theorem. Evolution equations with (1, 1) time are important for applications to supersymmetric quantum mechanics and field theory, namely, square roots of the Schrödinger and heat-conduction equations. We consider nonlinear generalizations of such equations.
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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1993, 97:2, 1267–1272
A. Yu. Khrennikov, R. Cianci, “Nonlinear evolution equations with (1,1)-supersymmetric time”, TMF, 97:2 (1993), 238–246; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 97:2 (1993), 1267–1272
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\paper Nonlinear evolution equations with~(1,1)-supersymmetric time
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