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In mathematical physics, the Whitham equation is a non-local model for non-linear dispersive waves:^{[1]}^{[2]}^{[3]}
This integro-differential equation equation for the oscillatory variable η(x,t) is named after Gerald Whitham who introduced it as a model to study breaking of non-linear dispersive water waves in 1967.^{[4]}
For a certain choice of the kernel K(x − ξ) it becomes the Fornberg–Whitham equation.
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