# Realizations of Lie algebras on the line and the new group classification of (1+1)-dimensional generalized nonlinear Klein–Gordon equations

@article{Boyko2021RealizationsOL, title={Realizations of Lie algebras on the line and the new group classification of (1+1)-dimensional generalized nonlinear Klein–Gordon equations}, author={Vyacheslav M. Boyko and Oleksandra V. Lokaziuk and Roman O. Popovych}, journal={Analysis and Mathematical Physics}, year={2021} }

Essentially generalizing Lie's results, we prove that the contact equivalence groupoid of a class of (1+1)-dimensional generalized nonlinear Klein-Gordon equations is the first-order prolongation of its point equivalence groupoid, and then we carry out the complete group classification of this class. Since it is normalized, the algebraic method of group classification is naturally applied here. Using the specific structure of the equivalence group of the class, we essentially employ the…

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