Lou, "Symmetries and algebras of the integrable dispersive long wave
equations in (2+1)-dimensional spaces," Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, vol.
Key words: reduced differential transform method, symmetric regularized long wave
, coupled problem, and mixed partial derivatives.
Run-up of tsunamis and periodic long waves
in terms of surf-similarity.
Another special case of the GRLW equation is called the modified regularized long wave
(MRLW) equation in which p = 2 .
Owen introduces the second long wave
of regime promotion with Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte.
Special reference is given to whether Australia has been going through long wave
upswing or downswing over recent decades, and whether suitable social structures of accumulation are currently in place to propel sustainable growth in the long-term.
For these people, economic long waves
(or swings in prices, trade, and production) may only reflect the rise and decline of the hegemon, its preferences for economic order, and its ability to impose such order (Gilpin 1981).
Earle argues that his periodization is consistent with those proposed by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and other historians as well as students of Kondratieff long waves
. The mechanism which drives this rhythm, however, is another process to which the geography provides analytic insight: innovation diffusion.
After presenting the evidence for long waves
in wholesale prices at the end of Chapter 1, in Chapter 2 he reviews and integrates the various long wave
theories that followed Kondratiev.
Minute particles of silver, copper, tin, or aluminum on the surface of low-E glass form a "gate' that allows sunlight's short waves (light and heat energy) but not long waves
(radiated heat) through.
In a very recent study , using an asymptotic expansion technique, the asymptotic equations governing unidirectional wave propagation of small-butfinite amplitude long waves
in the nonlinear nonlocal elastic medium were derived.