Overview of the LHPDE Object
LHPDE Object Methods
The LHPDE object is designed and created to represent a collection of linear homogeneous PDEs (LHPDEs) in both rif-reduced or non-rif-reduced form.
There are collections of methods that are available for a LHPDE object, including (i) methods for exploring properties of LHPDEs system such as solution dimension, (ii) utility methods for manipulating DEs system (e.g. rif-reducing the DEs system, solving DEs,..), and (iii) exploring relationship between solution spaces of two LHPDE objects. Some Maple existing builtins are extended for allowing LHPDE object.
All methods of the LHPDE object become available only once a valid LHPDE object is constructed successfully. To construct a LHPDE object, see LieAlgebrasOfVectorFields[LHPDE].
The LHPDE object is the main Maple object exported by the LieAlgebrasOfVectorFields package. See Overview of the LieAlgebrasOfVectorFields package for more detail.
A LHPDE object is mathematically represented by the minimum of three data attributes: the "DEs system", the "independent variables" and the "dependent variables". These data attributes can be accessed via the GetSystem, GetIndependents and GetDependents methods.
To represent a LHPDEs system that is in rif-reduced form with respect to a given ranking, a LHPDE object has two additional data attributes: a boolean variable "inRifReducedForm" and the "ranking". These two attributes can be accessed via the IsRifReduced and GetRanking methods.
After a LHPDE object S is successfully constructed, each method in S can be accessed by either the short form method(S, arguments) or the long form S:-method(S, arguments).
After a LHPDE object is constructed, the following methods are available:
The following Maple builtins functions are extended so that they work for a LHPDE object: type, expand, has, hastype, indets, normal, simplify, convert. See LHPDE Object Overloaded Builtins for more detail.
Inserting option `static` gives a list of exports that are available for S as a LHPDE object.
Basic properties of S can be got:
For a LHPDE object that is being reduced, we can find more information about the solution space of Q:
Q and R should regard as same LHPDEs system in the sense that they have same partial differential operator forms.
We can simplify the dependency of their dependent variables, for example, a new LHPDE object R1 is constructed with minimal dependencies.
A partial depended LHPDE object R1 has no trouble to be manipulated. For example, solving it..
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