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Computable Integrability by Alexey Shabat, Elena Kartashova

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Computable Integrability
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 174

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This is a preliminary version of the textbook on integrable systems. Contents: General notions and ideas; Riccati equation; Factorization of linear operators; Commutativity of linear operators; Integrability of non-linear PDEs; Burgers-type equations.

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