Complex hyperbolic traveling wave solutions of Kuramoto-Sivashinsky equation using (1/G') expansion method for nonlinear dynamic theory

Asıf Yokuş, Hülya Durur

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In this paper, it is (1/G') expansion method which are used to obtain new complex hyperbolic traveling wave solutions of the non-linear Kuramoto-Sivashinsky equation.   Special values are given to the parameters in the solutions obtained and graphs are drawn.  These graphs are presented using special package program.  This method is employed to achieve the goals set for this study.


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