Non-Associative Structures and Their Applications in Differential Equations

Yakov Krasnov

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This article establishes a connection between nonlinear DEs and linear PDEs on the one hand, and non-associative algebra structures on the other. Such a connection simplifies the formulation of many results of DEs and the methods of their solution. The main link between these theories is the nonlinear spectral theory developed for algebra and homogeneous differential equations. A nonlinear spectral method is used to prove the existence of an algebraic first integral, interpretations of various phase zones, and the separatrices construction for ODEs. In algebra, the same methods exploit subalgebra construction and explain fusion rules. In conclusion, perturbation methods may also be interpreted for near-Jordan algebra construction.

Original languageEnglish
Article number1790
Issue number8
StatePublished - Apr 2023

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  • Kovalevskaya exponent
  • Peirce decomposition
  • differential equations in algebra
  • non-associative algebra


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