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This paper is meant to review the large-time habit of the second one second (energy)of ideas to the porous medium equation. As we will in short speak about within the following,the wisdom of the time evolution of the power in a nonlinear diffusion equation is ofparamount value to reckon the intermediate asymptotics of the answer itself whenthe similarity is lacking. hence, the current examine should be regarded as a primary step within the validation of a extra normal conjecture at the large-time asymptotics of a common diffusion equation.

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15) The tangency conditions require that C be preserved by a transformation τ . 3. The (formally infinite) differential operator Dxi = ∂ ∂ ∂ + uji + · · · + ujIi + ··· . 16) is called the total derivative with respect to xi . Total derivative operators Dxi are naturally dual to contact forms C in the k sense that they are annihilated by every such form. Although the sum defining Dxi is formally infinite, we only apply total derivative operators to functions f (x, u, u, 1 . . , u) defined on some finite order extension space, so only a finite number of k terms is needed: the infinite sum is interpreted as “to whatever finite number of terms necessary”.

Solve the determining equations for the infinitesimals ξ, η. 8. 4) to yield a set of one-parameter subgroups of the symmetry group G. 11) to give (the connected component of) the symmetry group G. Steps 7 and 8 are not strictly algorithmic, since they involve integrations, which may not be able to be performed explicitly. However, in practice solution of the differential equations of 7 and 8 can often be accomplished, and the full symmetry group of E calculated. Even if they cannot be solved, an algorithm of Reid [56, 57] gives a standard form for the determining equations, from which size and structure of the symmetry group can be found without difficulty.

K It is convenient to let J = (j1 j2 . . jk ) denote a multi-index. The order of J is the number of elements in the multi-index (k in this case), and will be denoted by |J|. This allows convenient shorthand notations: the collection of k-th order derivatives of u can be concisely rendered as {ujJ : |J| = k}. Concatenation of multi-indices is denoted in the obvious way, so that Ji ≡ (j1 j2 . . jk i). Equality of mixed partial derivatives implies that a multi-index is defined only up to permutation: if I is a rearrangement of the multi-index J, then uI ≡ uJ .

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