Poisson–Hopf deformations of Lie–Hamilton systems revisited: deformed superposition rules and applications to the oscillator algebra

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Ballesteros, Ángel and Campoamor Stursberg, Otto Ruttwig and Fernández Saiz, Eduardo and Herranz, Francisco J. and Lucas, Javier de (2021) Poisson–Hopf deformations of Lie–Hamilton systems revisited: deformed superposition rules and applications to the oscillator algebra. (Unpublished)

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The formalism for Poisson–Hopf (PH) deformations of Lie–Hamilton systems, recently proposed in [1], is refined in one of its crucial points concerning applications, namely the obtention of effective and computationally feasible PH deformed superposition rules for prolonged PH deformations of Lie–Hamilton systems. The two new notions here proposed are a generalization of the standard superposition rules and the concept of diagonal prolongations for Lie systems, which are consistently recovered under the non-deformed limit. Using a technique from superintegrability theory, we obtain a maximal number of functionally independent constants of the motion for a generic prolonged PH deformation of a Lie–Hamilton system, from which a simplified deformed superposition rule can be derived. As an application, explicit deformed superposition rules for prolonged PH deformations of Lie–Hamilton systems based on the oscillator Lie algebra h4 are computed. Moreover, by making use that the main structural properties of the book subalgebra b2 of h4 are preserved under the PH deformation, we consider prolonged PH deformations based on b2 as restrictions of those for h4-Lie–Hamilton systems, thus allowing the study of prolonged PH deformations of the complex Bernoulli equations, for which both the constants of the motion and the deformed superposition rules are explicitly presented.


Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Lie system; Constant of the motion; Diagonal prolongation; Superposition rule; Poisson–Hopf algebra; Oscillator algebra; Bernoulli differential equations
Subjects:Sciences > Mathematics > Algebra
Sciences > Mathematics > Differential equations
ID Code:65658
Deposited On:20 May 2021 14:01
Last Modified:24 May 2021 07:35

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