2020-02-24T18:39:28Zhttp://uvadoc.uva.es/oai/requestoai:uvadoc.uva.es:10324/336292020-02-03T12:36:18Zcom_10324_22154com_10324_954com_10324_894col_10324_22155
Anco, S.C.
Ballesteros, Angel
Gandarias, MarĂa Luz
2018-12-21T17:00:13Z
2018-12-21T17:00:13Z
2019
Physics Letters A, to appear (2019)
http://uvadoc.uva.es/handle/10324/33629
Liouville (super)integrability of a Hamiltonian system of differential equations is based on the existence of globally well-defined constants of the motion, while Lie point symmetries provide a local approach to conserved integrals. Therefore, it seems natural to investigate in which sense Lie point symmetries can be used to provide information concerning the superintegrability of a given Hamiltonian system. The two-dimensional oscillator and the central force problem are
used as benchmark examples to show that the relationship between standard Lie point symmetries and superintegrability is neither straightforward nor universal. In general, it turns out that super-integrability is not related to either the size or the structure of the algebra of variational dynamical symmetries. Nevertheless, all of the first integrals for a given Hamiltonian system can be obtained through an extension of the standard point symmetry method, which is applied to a superintegrable nonlinear oscillator describing the motion of a particle on a space with non-constant curvature and spherical symmetry.
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Global versus local superintegrability of nonlinear oscillators
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