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The search for Noether point symmetries for non-relativistic charged particle motion is reduced to the solution for a set of two coupled, linear partial differential equations for the electromagnetic field. These equations are completely solved when the magnetic field is produced by a fixed magnetic monopole. The result is applied to central electric field… (More)
A canonical Hamiltonian formalism is derived for a class of Ermakov systems specified by several different frequency functions. This class of systems comprises all known cases of Hamiltonian Ermakov systems and can always be reduced to quadratures. The Hamiltonian structure is explored to find exact solutions for the Calogero system and for a noncentral… (More)
The Poisson structures for 3D systems possessing one constant of motion can always be constructed from the solution of a linear PDE. When two constants of the motion are available the problem reduces to a quadrature and the structure functions include an arbitrary function of them.
BACKGROUND Complex perianal wounds can be extremely difficult to treat and primary closure of these defects can be a challenge even for experienced surgeons. So far, myocutaneous flaps for wound closure after removal of malignant tumors are a well-accepted option, but there are only a few reports focusing on the primary closure of the perineal wound after… (More)
A Gaussian ansatz for the wave function of two-dimensional harmonically trapped anisotropic Bose-Einstein condensates is shown to lead, via a variational procedure, to a coupled system of two second-order, nonlinear ordinary differential equations. This dynamical system is shown to be in the general class of Ermakov systems. Complete in-tegrability of the… (More)
We construct an infinite family of one-dimensional equilibrium solutions for purely magnetized quantum plasmas described by the quantum hydrodynamic model. The equilibria depends on the solution of a third-order ordinary differential equation, which is written in terms of two free functions. One of these free functions is associated to the magnetic field… (More)
We extend the stochastic quantization method recently developed by Haba and Kleinert to non-autonomous mechanical systems, in the case of the time-dependent harmonic oscillator. In comparison with the autonomous case, the quantization procedure involves the solution of a nonlinear, auxiliary equation.