I am trying to solve the KDV equation using Matlab. The KDV equation, \frac{\partial u}{\partial t} + 6u \frac{\partial u}{\partial x} + \frac{\partial^3 u}{\partial x} = 0 , which is a model of waves on shallow water surfaces.

I have some code that models the Wave Equation:

Code:
[p,e,t]=initmesh('squareg');
x=p(1,:);
y=p(2,:);
u0=atan(cos(pi/2*x));                                   % Initial Condition
ut0=3*sin(pi*x).*exp(sin(pi/2*y));             % Initial Condition
n=500;                                                              % List of times
tlist=linspace(0,5,n);                                    % Generates a row vector tlist of n points linearly spaced between and including a and b
uu=hyperbolic(u0,ut0,tlist,'squareb3',p,e,t,1,0,0,1); % Squareb3 is boundary conditions
delta=-1:0.1:1; 
[uxy,tn,a2,a3]=tri2grid(p,t,uu(:,1),delta,delta);
gp=[tn;a2;a3];
umax=max(max(uu));
umin=min(min(uu));
newplot
M=moviein(n);
for i=1:n,
pdeplot(p,e,t,'xydata',uu(:,i),'zdata',uu(:,i), ...
'mesh','on','xygrid','on','gridparam',gp,...
'colorbar','off','zstyle','discontinuous');
axis([-1 1 -1 1 umin umax]);...
caxis([umin umax]);
M(:,i)=getframe;
end
This code uses the 'hyperbolic' command (line 8 of the code) to define the wave equation.
In Matlab, the general hyperbolic PDE is described by

d \ \frac{\partial^2 u}{\partial t^2} \  -  \ \nabla \ (c \nabla u) + a u = f (call this eqn (a)

Since the wave equation is given by:

\frac{\partial^2 u}{\partial t^2}  \ - \nabla u = 0

then in eqn (a) d = 1, c = 1, a = 0, and f = 0.

Basically what I am trying to do is convert, if possible, the KDV equation into the eqn (a) format and add it to the code.
Can this be done?