Recent Developments in Integrable Systems and Related Topics of Mathematical Physics
Recent Developments in Integrable Systems and Related Topics of Mathematical Physics
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This volume, whose contributors include leading researchers in their field, covers a wide range of topics surrounding Integrable Systems, from theoretical developments to applications. Comprising a unique collection of research articles and surveys, the book aims to serve as a bridge between the various areas of Mathematics related to Integrable Systems and Mathematical Physics. Recommended for postgraduate students and early career researchers who aim to acquire knowledge in this area in pre…
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Recent Developments in Integrable Systems and Related Topics of Mathematical Physics
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  • Metai: 201902
  • ISBN-10: 3030048063
  • ISBN-13: 9783030048068
  • Formatas: 16.2 x 24.1 x 2 cm, kieti viršeliai
  • Kalba: Anglų

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This volume, whose contributors include leading researchers in their field, covers a wide range of topics surrounding Integrable Systems, from theoretical developments to applications. Comprising a unique collection of research articles and surveys, the book aims to serve as a bridge between the various areas of Mathematics related to Integrable Systems and Mathematical Physics.

Recommended for postgraduate students and early career researchers who aim to acquire knowledge in this area in preparation for further research, this book is also suitable for established researchers aiming to get up to speed with recent developments in the area, and may very well be used as a guide for further study.
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This volume, whose contributors include leading researchers in their field, covers a wide range of topics surrounding Integrable Systems, from theoretical developments to applications. Comprising a unique collection of research articles and surveys, the book aims to serve as a bridge between the various areas of Mathematics related to Integrable Systems and Mathematical Physics.

Recommended for postgraduate students and early career researchers who aim to acquire knowledge in this area in preparation for further research, this book is also suitable for established researchers aiming to get up to speed with recent developments in the area, and may very well be used as a guide for further study.

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