LIE
LIE, a PC program for Lie analysis of differential equations. LIE is a self-contained PC program for the Lie analysis of ordinary or partial differential equations, either a single equation or a simultaneous set. It is written in the symbolic mathematics language MUMATH and will run on any PC. It comes as a complete program that incorporates the necessary parts of MUMATH and is ready to run. The previous version was for classical Lie analysis, finding the point symmetries of well-posed differential equations. This is now extended to contact, Lie-Backlund and nonclassical symmetries. Memory utilization has been improved and it can analyse the equations of magneto-hydrodynamics, a set of 9 partial differential equations in 12 variables.
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- Vu, K. T.; Jefferson, G. F.; Carminati, J.: Finding higher symmetries of differential equations using the MAPLE package DESOLVII (2012)
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- Caister, N. C.; Govinder, K. S.; O’Hara, J. G.: Optimal system of Lie group invariant solutions for the Asian option PDE (2011)
- Caister, N. C.; Govinder, K. S.; O’Hara, J. G.: Solving a nonlinear PDE that prices real options using utility based pricing methods (2011)
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