1.1 Terminology used and high level introduction

1.2 Introduction

1.3 Outline of the steps in solving a diﬀerential equation using Lie symmetry method

1.4 Finding \(\xi \left ( x,y\right ) ,\eta \left ( x,y\right ) \) knowing the ﬁrst order ode type. Table lookup method.

1.5 Finding \(\xi \left ( x,y\right ) ,\eta \left ( x,y\right ) \) from linearized symmetry condition

1.6 Moving to canonical coordinates \(R,S\)

1.7 Deﬁnitions and various notes

1.8 Closer look at orbits and tangent vectors

1.9 Selection of ansatz to try

1.10 Examples

1.11 Alternative form for the similarity condition PDE

1.2 Introduction

1.3 Outline of the steps in solving a diﬀerential equation using Lie symmetry method

1.4 Finding \(\xi \left ( x,y\right ) ,\eta \left ( x,y\right ) \) knowing the ﬁrst order ode type. Table lookup method.

1.5 Finding \(\xi \left ( x,y\right ) ,\eta \left ( x,y\right ) \) from linearized symmetry condition

1.6 Moving to canonical coordinates \(R,S\)

1.7 Deﬁnitions and various notes

1.8 Closer look at orbits and tangent vectors

1.9 Selection of ansatz to try

1.10 Examples

1.11 Alternative form for the similarity condition PDE