On New Solutions of System of Shallow Water Wave Equations
Keywords:Nonlinear system of differential equation, analytical solutions, EMSEM, shallow water wave equations
Obtaining analytical solutions of nonlinear differential equations and nonlinear systems of partial and ordinary differential equations is an important topic in various fields of Mathematics. Many techniques are available in the literature. In this note, the enhanced modified simple equation method (EMSEM) is applied to system of shallow water wave equations.
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