GeM
We present a recently developed Maple-based “GeM” software package for automated symmetry and conservation law analysis of systems of partial and ordinary differential equations (DE). The package contains a collection of powerful easy-to-use routines for mathematicians and applied researchers. A standard program that employs “GeM” routines for symmetry, adjoint symmetry or conservation law analysis of any given DE system occupies several lines of Maple code, and produces output in the canonical form. Classification of symmetries and conservation laws with respect to constitutive functions and parameters present in the given DE system is implemented. The “GeM” package is being successfully used in ongoing research. Run examples include classical and new results.
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