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NOTE ON THE TWO-COMPONENT ANALOGUE OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL LONG WAVE – SHORT WAVE RESONANCE INTERACTION SYSTEM

  • KEN-ICHI MARUNO (a1), YASUHIRO OHTA (a2) and MASAYUKI OIKAWA (a3)
Abstract

An integrable two-component analogue of the two-dimensional long wave – short wave resonance interaction (2c-2d-LSRI) system is studied. Wronskian solutions of 2c-2d-LSRI system are presented. A reduced case, which describes resonant interaction between an interfacial wave and two surface wave packets in a two-layer fluid, is also discussed.

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