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By Guizhang Tu (auth.), Professor Chaohao Gu, Professor Yishen Li, Professor Guizhang Tu, Associate Professor Yunbo Zeng (eds.)

These refereed complaints current fresh advancements on particular mathematical and actual facets of nonlinear dynamics. the hot findings mentioned in the following might be both priceless to graduate scholars and researchers. the themes handled disguise a variety of phenomena: solitons, integrable platforms, Hamiltonian constructions, Bäcklund and Darboux transformation, symmetries, fi- nite-dimensional dynamical platforms, quantum and statistical mechanics, knot idea and braid crew, R-matrix process, Hirota and Painlevé research, and purposes to water waves, lattices, porous media, string concept or even mobile automata.

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Main results. THEOREM 1. 3) is reduced to 12 + III + 121 131 + 1 13 = 0 132 = O. i, e + 1 23 = 0, 133 + 1 ... 15). 4) THEOREM 2. +m,D,;/; The proof is completed. J ii) when a = b = 1 = = 8=0 = o. ,+n_l. , N~+m,D)} = mF~+m_l . The proof. (p) and define theorem. a=0,1,2 ... -l + Un, by the some approach using in [5), we have the THEOREM 3. }. 8)], have two sets of symmetries km, T::, They form an inlinite dimensional Lie alge bra we deline. (p) a •Ilk, Tlh, = Tllk, Til, ~(P) = TT::(P), • The Yang hierarchies = 0,1,2 ...

Case q=r. ) (~ ~) = X( -A). g. Kk,i = (-I)k+ i +1Jk,j,Pi = (-I)m+i ai . (b). Case q=-r. M and N satisfy and f/J should satisfy the following relation: (~1 ~) X(A) n ~1) = XC-A). And A2 = -Al,g. ,Kk,j = (_I)k+i+ 1 Jk,/7 Pi = (-I)m+i +1 ai • (c). Case q = r*. M and N satisfy and tP should satisfy the following relations: (~ ~)X(A)n ~)=(X(A*))*. And A2 = Ai,gk = ,:, J = -K* ,p = -0'*. (d) Case r = -q*. M and N satisfy and f/J should satisfy the following relation: (~1 ~) X(A) (~ ~1) = (X(A*)]*. = ,:,J = -K*,(3 = 0'*.

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