## 35Q53 KdV-like equations (Korteweg-de Vries) [See also 37K10]

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A classification problem is proposed for supersymmetric %scaling\/-\/in\-va\-ri\-ant evolutionary PDE that satisfy the assumptions of nonlinearity, nondegeneracy, and homogeneity. Four classes of nonlinear coupled boson\/-\/fermion systems are discovered under the weighting assumption $|f|=|b|=|D_t|=\oh$. The syntax of the \Reduce\ package \SsTools, which was used for intermediate computations, and the applicability of its procedures to the calculus of super\/-\/PDE are described.

N=2 supersymmetric a=4-KdV hierarchy derived via Gardner's deformation of Kaup-Boussinesq equation
(2010)

We consider the problem of constructing Gardner's deformations for the $N{=}2$ supersymmetric $a{=}4$--\/Korteweg\/--\/de Vries equation; such deformations yield recurrence relations between the super\/-\/Hamiltonians of the hierarchy. We prove the non\/-\/existence %P.~Mathieu's Open problem on constructing for of supersymmetry\/-\/invariant %Gardner's deformations that %solutions, retract to Gardner's formulas for the KdV equation %whenever it is assumed that, under the %respective component reduction. % in the $N{=}2$ super\/-\/field. the solutions . At the same time, we propose a two\/-\/step scheme for the recursive production of the integrals of motion for the $N{=}2$,\ $a{=}4$--\/SKdV. First, we find a new Gardner's deformation of the Kaup\/--\/Boussinesq equation, which is contained in the bosonic limit of the super\/-\/%$N{=}2$,\ $a{=}4$--\/SKdV hierarchy. This yields the recurrence relation between the Hamiltonians of the limit, whence we determine the bosonic super\/- /Hamiltonians of the full $N{=}2$, $a{=}4$--\/SKdV hierarchy.

We consider nonlinear, scaling-invariant $N=1$ boson$+$fermion supersymmetric systems whose right-hand sides are homogeneous differential polynomials and satisfy some natural assumptions. We select the super-systems that admit infinitely many higher symmetries generated by recursion operators; we further restrict ourselves to the case when the dilaton dimensions of the bosonic and fermionic super-fields coincide and the weight of the time is half the weight of the spatial variable. We discover five systems that satisfy these assumptions; one system is transformed to the purely bosonic Burgers equation. We construct local, nilpotent, triangular, weakly non-local, and super-recursion operators for their symmetry algebras.

New evolutionary supersymmetric systems whose right-hand sides are homogeneous differential polynomials and which possess infinitely many higher symmetries are constructed. Their intrinsic geometry (symmetries, conservation laws, recursion operators, Hamiltonian structures, and exact solutions) is analyzed by using algebraic methods. A supersymmetric $N=1$ representation of the Burgers equation is obtained. An $N=2$ KdV-component system that reduces to the Burgers equation in the diagonal $N=1$ case $\theta^1=\theta^2$ is found; the $N=2$ Burgers equation admits and $N=2$ modified KdV symmetry. A one\/-\/parametric family of $N=0$ super\/-\/systems that exte nd the Burgers equation is described; we relate the systems within this family with the Burgers equation on associative algebras. A supersymmetric boson$+$fermion representation of the dispersionless Boussinesq equation is investigated. We solve this equation explicitly and construct its integrable deformation that generates two infinite sequences of the Hamiltonians. The Boussinesq equation with dispersion is embedded in a one-parametric family of two-component systems with dissipation. We finally construct a three-parametric supersymmetric system that incorporates the Boussinesq equation with dispersion and dissipation but never retracts to it for any values of the parameters.