By M. J. Ablowitz, J. Villarroel (auth.), A. B. Shabat, A. González-López, M. Mañas, L. Martínez Alonso, M. A. Rodríguez (eds.)
This e-book includes discussions of a few of the main fascinating matters within the in detail similar fields of integrability and partial solvability. It offers a wide selection of complicated issues, akin to the symmetry method of integrability and partial solvability, in part and precisely solvable many-body platforms, the interaction among chaos and integrability, the inverse scattering approach for initial-boundary difficulties, and new equipment for facing discounts and deformations of integrable structures. a unique attempt is made to debate the current frontiers of the idea that of integrability.
The articles conceal the most lively components in integrability and partial and designated solvability. extra accurately, the next issues are mentioned: nonlinear harmonic oscillators, chaotic dynamics, initial-boundary nonlinear difficulties, savings and deformations of integrable structures, Darboux adjustments, Yang-Baxter equations and matrix solitons, superintegrable structures, precisely and quasi-exactly solvable spin and many-body versions.
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