On the use of Z-transforms in the summation of transseries for partial differential equations
In this paper we give examples of the resummation of transseries in partial differential equations using the language of the Z-transform. In so doing we illustrate the relationship between matched and exponential asymptotic approaches to the modelling of shock waves.
KeywordsBurger Equation Algebraic Order Multiple Scale Analysis Exponential Scale Exponential Asymptotics
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