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Convergence of formal solutions of first order singular partial differential equations of nilpotent type

Masatake Miyake, Akira Shirai (2012)

Banach Center Publications

Let (x,y,z) ∈ ℂ³. In this paper we shall study the solvability of singular first order partial differential equations of nilpotent type by the following typical example: P u ( x , y , z ) : = ( y x - z y ) u ( x , y , z ) = f ( x , y , z ) x , y , z , where P = y x - z y : x , y , z x , y , z . For this equation, our aim is to characterize the solvability on x , y , z by using the Im P, Coker P and Ker P, and we give the exact forms of these sets.

Euler's integral transformation for systems of linear differential equations with irregular singularities

Kouichi Takemura (2012)

Banach Center Publications

Dettweiler and Reiter formulated Euler's integral transformation for Fuchsian systems of differential equations and applied it to a definition of the middle convolution. In this paper, we formulate Euler's integral transformation for systems of linear differential equations with irregular singularities. We show by an example that the confluence of singularities is compatible with Euler's integral transformation.

Multisummability and ordinary meromorphic differential equations

Boele Braaksma (2012)

Banach Center Publications

In this expository paper we consider various approaches to multisummability. We apply it to nonlinear ODE's and give a somewhat modified proof of multisummability of formal solutions of ODE's with levels 1 and 2 via Écalle's method involving convolution equations.

On q-asymptotics for q-difference-differential equations with Fuchsian and irregular singularities

Alberto Lastra, Stéphane Malek, Javier Sanz (2012)

Banach Center Publications

This work is devoted to the study of a Cauchy problem for a certain family of q-difference-differential equations having Fuchsian and irregular singularities. For given formal initial conditions, we first prove the existence of a unique formal power series X̂(t,z) solving the problem. Under appropriate conditions, q-Borel and q-Laplace techniques (firstly developed by J.-P. Ramis and C. Zhang) help us in order to construct actual holomorphic solutions of the Cauchy problem whose q-asymptotic expansion...

On the exact WKB analysis of microdifferential operators of WKB type

Takashi Aoki, Takahiro Kawai, Tatsuya Koike, Yoshitsugu Takei (2004)

Annales de l’institut Fourier

We first introduce the notion of microdifferential operators of WKB type and then develop their exact WKB analysis using microlocal analysis; a recursive way of constructing a WKB solution for such an operator is given through the symbol calculus of microdifferential operators, and their local structure near their turning points is discussed by a Weierstrass-type division theorem for such operators. A detailed study of the Berk-Book equation is given in Appendix.

Resurgence in a Hamilton-Jacobi equation

Carme Olivé, David Sauzin, Tere M. Seara (2003)

Annales de l’institut Fourier

We study the resurgent structure associated with a Hamilton-Jacobi equation. This equation is obtained as the inner equation when studying the separatrix splitting problem for a perturbed pendulum via complex matching. We derive the Bridge equation, which encompasses infinitely many resurgent relations satisfied by the formal solution and the other components of the formal integral.

Résurgence-sommabilité de séries formelles ramifiées dépendant d’un paramètre et solutions d’équations différentielles linéaires

Jean-Marc Rasoamanana (2010)

Annales de la faculté des sciences de Toulouse Mathématiques

Dans cet article, nous établissons le caractère résurgent-sommable de séries formelles ramifiées solutions d’une classe d’équations différentielles linéaires. Nous analysons d’une part le problème de la dépendance analytique des sommes de Borel de telles séries par rapport aux paramètres de cette classe d’équations différentielles linéaires d’ordre deux, et d’autre part, nous analysons la structure résurgente complète associée à ces séries formelles via l’outil des singularités générales (ou microfonctions)....

Semi-formal theory and Stokes' phenomenon of non-linear meromorphic systems of ordinary differential equations

Werner Balser (2012)

Banach Center Publications

This article continues earlier work of the author on non-linear systems of ordinary differential equations, published in Asymptotic Analysis 15 (1997), MR no. 98g:34015b. There, a completely formal theory was presented, while here we are concerned with a semi-formal approach: Solutions of non-linear systems of ordinary meromorphic differential equations are represented as, in general divergent, power series in several free parameters. The coefficients, aside from an exponential polynomial, a general...

Some addition to the generalized Riemann-Hilbert problem

R.R. Gontsov, I.V. Vyugin (2009)

Annales de la faculté des sciences de Toulouse Mathématiques

We consider the generalized Riemann-Hilbert problem for linear differential equations with irregular singularities. If one weakens the conditions by allowing one of the Poincaré ranks to be non-minimal, the problem is known to have a solution. In this article we give a bound for the possibly non-minimal Poincaré rank. We also give a bound for the number of apparent singularities of a scalar equation with prescribed generalized monodromy data.

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