Algebro-geometric approach to Nonlinear Integrable Equations by Eugene D. Belokolos, Victor Enol'skii, Alexander R. Its,

By Eugene D. Belokolos, Victor Enol'skii, Alexander R. Its, Vladimir B. Matveev

A quick yet self-contained exposition of the fundamentals of Riemann surfaces and theta capabilities prepares the reader for the most topic of this article, specifically the applying of those theories to fixing nonlinear integrable equations for varied actual platforms. Physicists and engineers concerned with learning solitons, section transitions, or dynamical (gyroscopic) structures, and mathematicians with a few historical past in algebraic geometry and abelian and automorphic features, are the certain viewers. This ebook is acceptable to be used as a supplementary textual content to a path in mathematical physics.

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