I am attempting to model quantum dynamics, and have defined a coupled set of nonlinear PDEs I would like to solve for coupled solutions u(x,y,t) and v(x,y,t) using MAPLE 18.
I attach an image of part of the worksheet the pair of PDEs...The initial conditions u(x,y,0), v(x,y,0) are a pair of respectively positive and negative 2D gaussians on the x,y, domain.
Before I go any further, please would you check that MAPLE 18 is in principle capable of finding solutions u(x,y,t), v(x,y,t) solutions, and let me know whether it is worth pursuing the solution? I have had a look at the MAPLE documentation, but am not sure whether MAPLE can solve this system.
As a warm-up, I successfully solved a 1-D system u(x,t), v(x,t) using pdsolve[numeric], but I am not clear whether MAPLE 18 can solve for u(x,y,t), v(x,y,t) either numerically or analytically on the [x,y,t] domain.
I hope you can provide help/guidance. An image the equations in MAPLE is displayed here...