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In mathematics, the Calogero–Degasperis–Fokas equation is the nonlinear partial differential equation

\( \displaystyle u_{xxx}-\frac{1}{8}u_x^3 + u_x\left(Ae^u+Be^{-u}\right)=0. \)

This equation was named after F. Calogero, A. Degasperis, and A. Fokas.
See also

Boomeron equation
Zoomeron equation

External links

Weisstein, Eric W., "Calogero–Degasperis–Fokas Equation", MathWorld.

Mathematics Encyclopedia

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