Painlevé Singular Manifold Equation and Integrability
We recall the importance of the truncation procedure in PDE Painlevé analysis. Using the recently introduced invariant analysis, we define the singular manifold equations set, in both integrable and nonintegrable cases, as the condition for a truncated expansion to exist. As an application, we derive the correct form of this set for Sawada-Kotera equation.
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