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By Leonid A Dickey

Dickey (mathematics, U. of Oklahoma) offers a close description of solitons, that have various purposes in mechanics and physics. the hot version includes numerous additions and alterations together with dialogue of the Zakharov-Shabat matrix hierarchy with rational dependence on a spectral parameter, and its dating to isomonodromic deformations. total, the emphasis of the second one version is on hierarchies of integrable equations instead of person equations. the second one version additionally encompasses a new preface through the writer. Chapters comprise Hamiltonian constitution of the GD hierarchies, Kupershmidt-Wilson Theorem and changed KdV and GD, and tau features of matrix hierarchies.

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