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Volume 2014 |Article ID 357621 | 6 pages | https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/357621

A New Approach for Generating the TX Hierarchy as well as Its Integrable Couplings

Academic Editor: Huanhe Dong
Received20 Jan 2014
Accepted03 May 2014
Published11 May 2014

Abstract

Tu Guizhang and Xu Baozhi once introduced an isospectral problem by a loop algebra with degree being , for which an integrable hierarchy of evolution equations (called the TX hierarchy) was derived under the frame of zero curvature equations. In the paper, we present a loop algebra whose degrees are and to simply represent the above isospectral matrix and easily derive the TX hierarchy. Specially, through enlarging the loop algebra with 3 dimensions to 6 dimensions, we generate a new integrable coupling of the TX hierarchy and its corresponding Hamiltonian structure.

1. Introduction

Since the theory on integrable couplings was proposed [1, 2], some integrable couplings and properties were obtained, such as the results in [310]. Tu and Xu [11] employed loop algebra which is subalgebra of the loop algebra with degree being to obtain an integrable hierarchy, which is called by us the TX hierarchy, and its corresponding Hamiltonian structure. In the paper, we would like to extend the loop algebra with 3 dimensions into enlarged loop algebra with 6 dimensions so that an integrable coupling of the TX hierarchy can be derived, the Hamiltonian structure of which is also produced by making use of the variational identity [5].

In paper [7], the Lie algebra was once presented as follows: where along with commutative relations as follows: where form subalgebra of the Lie algebra , denoted by again; that is, . The corresponding loop algebra of was given by Through the some integrable couplings were obtained, and some exact solutions of the reduced equations were also produced. In the paper, by redefining the degrees of the Lie algebra , we give the following loop algebra: where The commutative relations read that

2. The TX Hierarchy and Its Integrable Coupling

In the section, we want to investigate the TX hierarchy and its integrable coupling by employing the loop algebra under the frame of zero curvature equations. Then through the trace identity proposed by Tu [12] and the variational identity [5], we derive the Hamiltonian structure of the TX hierarchy and the Hamiltonian structure of the integrable coupling, respectively.

Obviously, the Lie algebra is isomorphic to the subalgebra of the Lie algebra , where , that is, The resulting loop algebra is also isomorphic to , where equipped with Based on the above fact, the isospectral matrix presented in [11] can be written as or Set or It is easy to check that the stationary zero curvature equations have the same solutions for . That is, starting from (16), we can derive all of the following recursion relations among : which is equivalent to Given some initial values ,  , (18) admits some explicit solutions as follows: Denoting we can obtain that Thus, the compatibility condition of the Lax pair gives rise to and we call (23) the TX hierarchy.

When ,  , (23) reduces to which is called the TX equation.

In what follows, we discuss the Hamiltonian structure of the TX hierarchy (23) by using the loop algebra . Equation (14) can be written as where ,  .

A direct calculation gives that Substituting these consequences into the trace identity yields Comparing the coefficients of in (27), we have By the previous initial values, we see that . Thus, we get Therefore, the TX hierarchy (23) can be written as In order to derive the integrable coupling of the TX hierarchy, we introduce the following Lax matrices: According to the Tu scheme [12], the stationary zero curvature equation leads to the following recursion relations: plus (17), which are equivalent to plus (18).

If we set ,  , which are the initial values, then we have from (18) and (34) that Denoting then we have Hence, the zero curvature equation gives that When , (39) reduces to the TX hierarchy. According to the theory on integrable couplings, (39) is a kind of integrable coupling of the TX hierarchy.

We consider a reduced case of (39). Set ; we get an integrable coupling of the TX equation (24): When we set , the above equation reduces to (24). In addition, if we set , the above equation reduces to two different heat equations.

Next, we discuss the Hamiltonian structure of the integrable coupling (39), that is, the TX hierarchy. For this reason, we need to construct Lie algebra which is isomorphic to the Lie algebra . Consider the linear space . Define an operation on as follows: where It can be verified that becomes Lie algebra if equipped with the commutator (41). In addition, we assume a linear map We can prove that is an isomorphism between and . Therefore, (31) can be written as where ,  .

In order to make use of the variational identity to derive the Hamiltonian structure of (39), we need to solve a matrix equation as follows: where is a constant matrix independent of and .

From (45), we can obtain that from which we construct a linear functional where is the corresponding loop algebra of the Lie algebra . A direct calculation gives, by using (44) and (47), that Substituting the above consequences into the variational identity leads to Comparing the coefficients of in (49), we get that It can be determined that in terms of the initial values of (18) and (34). Thus, we have Therefore, the integrable coupling (39) can be written as the Hamiltonian form Obviously, is a Hamiltonian operator. To our knowledge, (52) is completely new consequence.

Conflict of Interests

The authors declare that there is no conflict of interests regarding the publication of this paper.

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