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by Denis Bernard,Michel Talon,Olivier Babelon

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052182267X
Author:
Denis Bernard,Michel Talon,Olivier Babelon
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Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (June 23, 2003)
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This book introduces the reader to classical integrable systems and their applications. It synthesises the different approaches to the subject, providing a set of interconnected methods for solving problems in mathematical physics.

This book introduces the reader to classical integrable systems and their applications. The authors introduce and explain each method, and then show how it can be applied to particular examples

Joining our highly prestigious Cambridge Monographs in Mathematical Physics series, this book .

The book also discusses, an introduction to a range of continuum theories requiring TRFs, an introduction to mathematical theories necessary for the description of homogeneous and isotropic TRFs, and a range of applications including a strategy for simulation of TRFs, ergodic TRFs, scaling laws of stochastic constitutive responses, and applications to stochastic partial differential equations

The authors introduce and explain each method, and demonstrate how it can be applied to particular examples. Rather than presenting an exhaustive list of the various integrable systems, they focus on classical objects which have well-known quantum counterparts, or are the semi-classical limits of quantum objects

Introduction to Classical Integrable Systems. The aim of this book is to introduce the reader to classical integrable systems.

Introduction to Classical Integrable Systems. Laboratoire de Physique Th´eorique et Hautes Energies, Universit´es Paris VI–VII. Cambridge monographs on mathematical physics) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0 521 82267 X. 1. Dynamics. Because the subject has been developed by several schools hav-ing dierent perspectives, it may appear fragmented at rst sight. We develop here the thesis that it has a profound unity and that the various approaches are simply changes of point of view on the same underlying reality.

by Cambridge University Press. Product Dimensions: . x . x 1. inches. Shipping Weight: . pounds (View shipping rates and policies). The book offers a global overview of this vast subject, and a unified picture of the various techniques used, which is necessary given how vast and diversified the subject is. The fact that each chapter is basically self contained, makes the book very suitable for browsing. It is very well, and at times almost poetically written. I highly recommend it to every serious student of the subject.

This book provides a thorough introduction to the theory of classical integrable systems, discussing the various approaches to the subject and explaining their interrelations

This book provides a thorough introduction to the theory of classical integrable systems, discussing the various approaches to the subject and explaining their interrelations. The book begins by introducing the central ideas of the theory of integrable systems, based on Lax representations, loop groups and Riemann surfaces. These ideas are then illustrated with detailed studies of model systems. The connection between isomonodromic deformation and integrability is discussed, and integrable field theories are covered in detail

Babelon, Olivier; Bernard, Denis; Talon, Michel Introduction to. .His main fields of interest are particle physics, gauge theories and integrables systems. Denis Bernard has been a member of the CNRS since 1988.

Babelon, Olivier; Bernard, Denis; Talon, Michel Introduction to Classical Integrable Systems (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics). ISBN 13: 9780521822671. The authors introduce and explain each method, and demonstrate how it can be applied to particular examples.

Olivier Babelon, Denis Bernard, Michel Talon. This book provides a thorough introduction to the theory of classical integrable systems, discussing the various approaches to the subject and explaining their interrelations. The connection between isomonodromic deformation and integrability is discussed, and integrable field theories are covered in detail. These ideas are then illustrated with detailed st This book provides a thorough introduction to the theory of classical integrable systems, discussing the various approaches to the subject and explaining their interrelations.

Series: Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics. Olivier Babelon, Denis Bernard, Michel Talon. Recommend to librarian. Online ISBN: 9780511535024.

Introducing the reader to classical integrable systems and their applications, this book synthesizes the different approaches to the subject, providing a set of interconnected methods for solving problems in mathematical physics. The authors introduce and explain each method, and demonstrate how it can be applied to particular examples. Rather than presenting an exhaustive list of the various integrable systems, they focus on classical objects which have well-known quantum counterparts, or are the semi-classical limits of quantum objects. They thus enable readers to understand the literature on quantum integrable systems.