Soliton Theory: A Survey of Results
A coherent introduction to the complete range of soliton theory including Hirota's method and Backlund transformations. Details physical applications of soliton theory with chapters on the peculiar wave patterns of the Andaman Sea, atmospheric phenomena, general relativity and Davydov solitons. Contains testing for full integrability, a discussion of the Painlevé technique, symmetries and conservation law.
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Twodimensional spectral transforms P J Caudrey
Hirotas method J C Nimmo
Backlund transformations in soliton theory C Rogers
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General relativity R K Dodd
Soliton models of protein dynamics P S Lomdahl
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