Partial differential systems with nonlocal nonlinearities: Generation and solutions. (arXiv:1709.09253v1 [math.AP] CROSS LISTED)

We develop a method for generating solutions to large classes of evolutionary
partial differential systems with nonlocal nonlinearities. For arbitrary
initial data, the solutions are generated from the corresponding linearized
equations. The key is a Fredholm integral equation relating the linearized flow
to an auxiliary linear flow. It is analogous to the Marchenko integral equation
in integrable systems. We show explicitly how this can be achieved through
several examples including reaction-diffusion systems with nonlocal quadratic
nonlinearities and the nonlinear Schrodinger equation with a nonlocal cubic
nonlinearity. In each case we demonstrate our approach with numerical
simulations. We discuss the effectiveness of our approach and how it might be
extended.

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