#### Filter Results:

#### Publication Year

1989

2011

#### Publication Type

#### Co-author

#### Publication Venue

#### Key Phrases

Learn More

- Francisco Guil, Manuel Mañas, Luis Mart́ınez Alonso
- 2003

A general scheme for analyzing reductions of Whitham hierarchies is presented. It is based on a method for determining the S-function by means of a system of first order partial differential equations. Compatibility systems of differential equations characterizing both reductions and hodograph solutions of Whitham hierarchies are obtained. The method is… (More)

- Manuel Mañas, Luis Mart́ınez Alonso
- 2006

A new description of the universal Whitham hierarchy in terms of a factorization problem in the Lie group of canonical transformations is provided. This scheme allows us to give a natural description of dressing transformations, string equations and additional symmetries for the Whitham hierarchy. We show how to dress any given solution and prove that any… (More)

- Manuel Mañas, Luis Mart́ınez Alonso
- 2002

A hodograph transformation for a wide family of multidimensional nonlinear partial differential equations is presented. It is used to derive solutions of the heavenly equation (dispersionless Toda equation) as well as a family of explicit ultra-hyperbolic selfdual vacuum spaces admiting only one Killing vector which is not selfdual, we also give the… (More)

- Luis Mart́ınez Alonso, Elena Medina, Manuel Mañas
- 2006

A scheme for solving Whitham hierarchies satisfying a special class of string equations is presented. The τ-function of the corresponding solutions is obtained and the differential expressions of the underlying Virasoro constraints are characterized. Illustrative examples of exact solutions of Whitham hierarchies are derived and applications to conformal… (More)

Solutions of the Riemann-Hilbert problem implementing the twisto-rial structure of the dispersionless Toda (dToda) hierarchy are obtained. Two types of string equations are considered which characterize solutions arising in hodograph sectors and integrable structures of two-dimensional quantum gravity and Laplacian growth problems.

- Adam Doliwa, Manuel Mañas, Luis Mart́ınez Alonso, Elena Medina, Paolo Maria Santini
- 1998

We show that the quantum field theoretical formulation of the τ-function theory has a geometrical interpretation within the classical transformation theory of conjugate nets. In particular, we prove that i) the partial charge transformations preserving the neutral sector are Laplace transformations, ii) the basic vertex operators are Lévy and adjoint Lévy… (More)

- Oscar Díaz, Arantza Irastorza, Jesús Sánchez Cuadrado, Luis M. Alonso
- Information & Software Technology
- 2008

Portlet syndication is the next wave following the successful use of content syn-dication in current portals. Portlets can be regarded as Web components, and the portal as the component container where portlets are aggregated to provide higher-order applications. This perspective requires a departure from how current Web portals are envisaged. The portal is… (More)

- Francisco Guil, Manuel Mañas, Luis Mart́ınez Alonso
- 2008

The factorization problem for the group of canonical transformations close to the identity and the corresponding twistor equations for an ample family of canonical variables are considered. A method to deal with these reductions is developed for the construction classes of nontrivial solutions of the dKP equation.

A systematic reformulation of the KP hierarchy by using continuous Miwa variables is presented. Basic quantities and relations are defined and determinantal expressions for Fay's identities are obtained. It is shown that in terms of these variables the KP hierarchy gives rise to a Darboux system describing an infinite-dimensional conjugate net.

- Adam Doliwa, Manuel Mañas, Luis Mart́ınez Alonso
- 1999

The bilinear equations of the N-component KP and BKP hierarchies and a corresponding extended Miwa transformation allow us to generate quadrilateral and circular lattices from conjugate and orthogonal nets, respectively. The main geometrical objects are expressed in terms of Baker functions.