Curtright, T. and Fairlie, D. (2003) 'Extra dimensions and nonlinear equations.', Journal of mathematical physics., 44 (6). pp. 2692-2703.
Solutions of nonlinear multi-component Euler–Monge partial differential equations are constructed in n spatial dimensions by dimension-doubling, a method that completely linearizes the problem. Nonlocal structures are an essential feature of the method. The Euler–Monge equations may be interpreted as a boundary theory arising from a linearized bulk system such that all boundary solutions follow from simple limits of those for the bulk.
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