Colin Rogers mainly investigates Mathematical analysis, Nonlinear system, Pure mathematics, Reciprocal and Mathematical physics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Transformation, Geometry and Linearization. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Algebra and Nonlinear system.
His biological study deals with issues like Class, which deal with fields such as Conservation law and Thermal conduction. His research in Mathematical physics intersects with topics in Korteweg–de Vries equation, Nonlinear Schrödinger equation, Schrödinger equation and Dispersionless equation. His Integrable system study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Partial differential equation and Davey–Stewartson equation.
Colin Rogers mostly deals with Mathematical analysis, Nonlinear system, Classical mechanics, Integrable system and Mathematical physics. His work deals with themes such as Transformation and Reduction, which intersect with Mathematical analysis. His Nonlinear system research includes themes of Structure, Elliptic function, Geometry, Body force and Thermal conduction.
Colin Rogers interconnects Wave propagation, Canonical form, Geodesic and Superposition principle in the investigation of issues within Classical mechanics. His Integrable system research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Soliton, Motion, Hamiltonian and Schrödinger equation. Colin Rogers has researched Mathematical physics in several fields, including sine-Gordon equation, Nonlinear Schrödinger equation, Symmetry reduction and Type.
His primary scientific interests are in Nonlinear system, Integrable system, Mathematical analysis, Mathematical physics and Classical mechanics. His Nonlinear system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Derivative, Transverse wave, Body force and Schrödinger equation. The various areas that Colin Rogers examines in his Integrable system study include Nonlinear Schrödinger equation, Hamiltonian, Type and Hamiltonian system.
His Boundary value problem study in the realm of Mathematical analysis connects with subjects such as Context. The study incorporates disciplines such as Soliton, Symmetry reduction and Nonlinear optics in addition to Mathematical physics. The Classical mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Elliptic function, Superposition principle, Ansatz, One-dimensional space and Spin-½.
Colin Rogers spends much of his time researching Mathematical analysis, Integrable system, Boundary value problem, Nonlinear system and Electric field. He works on Mathematical analysis which deals in particular with Exact solutions in general relativity. His Integrable system research incorporates themes from Hamiltonian system, Classical mechanics and Nonlinear optics.
His work carried out in the field of Classical mechanics brings together such families of science as Elliptic function, Hamiltonian, Nonlinear Schrödinger equation and Ansatz. His Nonlinear boundary value problem study in the realm of Boundary value problem interacts with subjects such as Context and Science and engineering. His Mathematical physics research focuses on Soliton and how it connects with Constant coefficients and Bäcklund transform.
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Bäcklund and Darboux transformations : geometry and modern applications in soliton theory
C. Rogers;Wolfgang Karl Schief.
Bäcklund transformations and their applications
C. Rogers;W. F. Shadwick.
Backlund and Darboux Transformations
C. Rogers;W. K. Schief.
Nonlinear Boundary Value Problems in Science and Engineering
C. Rogers;William F. Ames.
GAUGE TRANSFORMATIONS AND RECIPROCAL LINKS IN 2 + 1 DIMENSIONS
W. Oevel;C. Rogers.
Reviews in Mathematical Physics (1993)
On (2+1)-dimensional nonlinear systems of Loewner-type
B. Konopelchenko;C. Rogers.
Physics Letters A (1991)
Introduction to Multidimensional Integrable Equations
B. G. Konopelchenko;C. Rogers.
On generalized Loewner systems: Novel integrable equations in 2+1 dimensions
B. G. Konopelchenko;C. Rogers.
Journal of Mathematical Physics (1993)
Reciprocal bäcklund transformations of conservation laws
J.G. Kingston;C. Rogers.
Physics Letters A (1982)
On two phase filtration under gravity and with boundary infiltration: application of a bäcklund transformation
C. Rogers;M.P. Stallybrass;D.L. Clements.
Nonlinear Analysis-theory Methods & Applications (1983)
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