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New Non-Travelling Wave Solutions of Calogero Equation

  • Xiaoming Peng (a1), Yadong Shang (a1) (a2) and Xiaoxiao Zheng (a1)

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In this paper, the idea of a combination of variable separation approach and the extended homoclinic test approach is proposed to seek non-travelling wave solutions of Calogero equation. The equation is reduced to some (1+1)-dimensional nonlinear equations by applying the variable separation approach and solves reduced equations with the extended homoclinic test technique. Based on this idea and with the aid of symbolic computation, some new explicit solutions can be obtained.

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*Corresponding author. Email: pengxm1987@163.com (X. M. Peng), gzydshang@126.com (Y. D. Shang), xiaoxiaozheng87@163.com (X. X. Zheng)

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