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## Details...

@acer Thank you for adding the details that you would eventually ask here in the forum.

 Something odd is going on with this site. Yesterday, I could not send my reply to both of you since the site was down. I had the distinct impression that Carl answered first, hence my vote for his answer. Please tell me if I am wrong, and I will change it.

## very clean...

@Carl Love Many thanks. As usual, your answers are very clear and detailed. Thank you for your patience and help.

## Thank you...

@acer Thank you very much for the thorough explanation. That was what I had in mind but I had no clue that freeze and thaw were available.

## That is exactly what I was after...

@acer Many thanks.  Would you mind explaining what freeze does and why it is necessary?

## Clear explanation...

Thank you ever so much. Your explanation shed more light on a subject that I had been away from for decades.

Would you mind sharing your thoughts on the following PDE, based on what you wrote earlier, please?

`PDE:=(sin(w)*alpha*b + alpha*y)*diff(H(x, y, z, w), x) + (x + z - b*sin(w))*diff(H(x, y, z, w), y) - c*y*diff(H(x, y, z, w), z) + (d*(y - x) + Gamma*y)*diff(H(x, y, z, w), w) = 0`

My attempt by hand to find H led me to a quadratic function on x, y and z and a cos(w) that is almost a solution.

## Many thanks...

@mmcdara Sorry for a late reply but I need to go through the material you sent me.  Thank you very much.

I already have the set of ODEs that was used to build the PDE.   What I need is the expression of u(x,y,v,w), which seems impossible to obtain in this case. (But your answer helped me gain insight into another problem).

## Very nice...

@mmcdara Thank you very much for the thorough explanation. The actual values for the parameters are {7, 1/10, 171/20, 1/10}. I have some questions, but I don't think sending them here is appropriate since they are mostly not Maple-related. If I may, I would like to contact you directly.

## One go...

@ecterrab Many thanks.  One go is just what i need.

## Same thing happens when running Maple 20...

@nm Just to report that I am experiencing the same issue while running Maple 2024 on a Mac.

## Many thanks...

@dharr Thank you ever so much.  With a bit of work I modified your answer to my needs (a related problem but in a completely different context). Without your answer I could not find a faster way to remove what i called twins.

## Need time to test it...

@dharr and @sand15 Sorry for the late reply. Many thanks for the asnwers. I need time to test the procedures using the real lists.

## I hope this helps....

@dharr Many thanks.  Yes, you were correct. The final list aligns with the one shown in the Maple worksheet. I have updated my question to reflect this. Indeed, it always involves a sequence of positive integers related to dynamic models, as I explained to @sursumCorda. The only challenge is that I don't have the list of twins for all the elements (models) in the list initially, as that would result in a huge list. Instead, I calculate it as I progress from one element to the next.

## Twin...

@sursumCorda The integer numbers represent dynamic models. Models 4 and 5 are transformed into model 1 via a symmetry operation. Therefore, there is no need to include models 4 and 5 in the final list.

## Page...

@C_R  Thanks.  As I said to @acer landscape helps but it is not enough.   I will try to set a custom size to see if it works.

## worksheet...

@acer Many thanks. Landscape helps a bit but control of sizes and widths is necessary.

I must be really dumb, but I could not figuire how to attach mw and m files to my answer.

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