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Deﬁne (T f )(x) := J(Fξ→x fˆ(ξ)). 9, T is a linear operator from S(Rn ) into S(Rn ). 8 implies that T (Dx f ) = J(Fξ→x (ξk fˆ(ξ))) = J(−Dx (Fξ→x fˆ(ξ))) = Dx (T f ), k k k T (xk f ) = J(Fξ→x (−Dxk fˆ(ξ))) = J(−xk (Fξ→x fˆ(ξ))) = xk (T f ). 11, there exists a constant c such that T f = cf for all f ∈ S(Rn ). 10). This implies that c = 1. The linear operator f (x) → J(Fx→ξ f (x)) = (2π)−n/2 eix·ξ fˆ(x) d x is called the inverse Fourier transform. 8), JF Ff = F JF f = f whenever f ∈ S(Rn ). Thus, we have proved the following theorem.
It is obvious. We shall need the following version of Taylor’s formula. 4. Let m be a non-negative integer, f ∈ S(Rn ) and y ∈ Rn be a ﬁxed point. If f and all its derivatives up to the order m vanish at y then there exist functions hβ ∈ S(Rn ) such that f (x) = (x − y)β hβ (x), β : |β|=m+1 ∀x ∈ Rn . 2) page 42 November 29, 2016 16:2 Analysis and Mathematical Physics 9in x 6in b2676-ch02 Microlocal Analysis 43 Proof. Let ζ ∈ C0∞ (Rn ) with ζ ≡ 1 in a neighbourhood of the point y. Denote f1 = (1 − ζ)f and f2 = ζf .
7) the 1-soliton solution is u(x, t) = 2k 2 sech2 (k(x − x0 ) + 4k 3 t), where k > 0 and x0 are arbitrary parameters, and an N -soliton solution is a nonlinear superposition of N of these. 7) and co-metric g jk (q) = e−|q 6. j −qk | . Geometry and Soliton Dynamics In this section, we discuss the application of diﬀerential geometry to the dynamics of topological solitons. We also introduce some concepts in topology. 1. Homotopy theory Given a manifold M and an interval I = [0, 1] we can deﬁne paths α : I → M : t → α(t), where α(0) = p0 , α(1) = p1 .