par Goriely, Alain
Référence Journal of mathematical physics, 33, 8, page (2728-2742)
Publication Publié, 1992
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : In this paper, the relation between the Painlevé property for ordinary differential equations and some coordinate transformations in the complex plane is investigated. Two sets of transformations are introduced for which the transformations of singularities structure in the complex plane are explicitly computed. The first set acts only on the dependent variables while the second one acts also on the independent variables. It allows for defining an extended Painlevé test which is coordinates invariant. Our results are applied on various problems arising in the singularity analysis such as the problem of negative resonances and the weak Painlevé conjecture. The method for finding new first integrals for dynamical systems is also shown. © 1992 American Institute of Physics.