Semilinear Schrodinger equation

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NLS
Description
Equation
Fields
Data class
Basic characteristics
Structure Hamiltonian
Nonlinearity semilinear
Linear component Schrodinger
Critical regularity
Criticality varies
Covariance Galilean
Theoretical results
LWP for (*)
GWP varies
Related equations
Parent class Nonlinear Schrodinger equations
Special cases quadratic, cubic, quartic, quintic,
mass critical NLS
Other related NLS with potential, on manifolds


The semilinear Schrodinger equation (NLS) is displayed on the right-hand box, where the exponent p is fixed and is larger than one. One can also replace the nonlinearity by a more general nonlinearity of power type. The sign choice is the defocusing case; is focusing. There are also several variants of NLS, such as NLS with potential or NLS on manifolds and obstacles; see the general page on Schrodinger equations for more discussion.

Theory

The NLS has been extensively studied, and there is now a substantial theory on many topics concerning solutions to this equation.

Specific semilinear Schrodinger equations

There are many special cases of NLS which are of interest: