Special Issue "Geometry Analysis in Mathematical Physics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2022) | Viewed by 2420
Interests: fractional calculus; local fractional calculus; mathematical physics
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Nonlinear science is a major development of natural science in the 21st century after quantum mechanics and relativity. Nonlinear science has become an important symbol of modern scientific development, involving many complex phenomena in natural science and social science, and has broad application prospects. An important achievement in the development of nonlinear science is the establishment and development of mathematical physics theories. The integrability, conservation laws, symmetry, and exact solutions have greatly expanded the depth and breadth of the field of mathematical physics research. Geometric theory is an important part of applied mathematics and mathematical physics. It contains very rich content and research methods. Scholars at home and abroad have carried out comparative and systematic research from different aspects. There are generally analytical methods and approximate methods for solving nonlinear mathematical and physical equations. How to use geometric concepts and related theories to deal with problems in mathematical physics is the main purpose of this Special Issue.
Dr. Jiangen Liu
Prof. Dr. Xing Lü
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- Mathematical Physics Models
- Geometry and Soliton
- Geometry and Integrability
- Geometry and Symmetry
- Geometry and Exact solutions