|Author:||V. A. Chulaevsky|
|Title:||Almost Periodic Operators and Related Nonlinear Integrable Systems (Nonlinear Science Theory and Applications)|
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|Publisher:||Manchester Univ Pr; First edition (June 1, 1989)|
Almost Periodic Operators and Related Nonlinear Integrable Systems. Oscillatory Evolution Processes 1. Gumowski. Soliton Theory: A Survey of Results. Fractals in the Physical Sciences. Stochastic Cellular Systems: Ergocidity, Memory, Morphogenesis. Chaotic Oscillations in Mechanical Systems. Stability of Critical Equilibrium States. L. G. Khazin and E. E. Shnol. Nonlinear Random Waves and Turbulence in Non-dispersive Media: Waves, Rays, Particles.
Teschl then investigates more advanced topics, such as locating the essential, absolutely continuous, and discrete spectrum, subordinacy, oscillation theory, trace formulas, random operators, almost periodic operators, (quasi-)periodic operators, scattering theory, and spectral deformations. Utilizing the Lax approach, he introduces the Toda hierarchy and its modified counterpart, the Kac-van Moerbeke hierarchy. Uniqueness and existence theorems for solutions, expressions for solutions in terms of Riemann theta functions, the inverse scattering transform, Backlund transformations, and soliton.
Covering both classical and quantum models, nonlinear integrable systems are of considerable theoretical and practical interest, with applications over a wide range of topics, including water waves, pin models, nonlinear optics, correlated electron systems, plasma physics, and reaction-diffusion processes.
The author then investigates more advanced topics, such as locating the essential, absolutely continuous, and discrete spectrum, subordinacy, oscillation theory, trace formulas, random operators, almost periodic operators, (quasi-)periodic operators, scattering theory, and spectral deformations. The spectral analysis of semi-infinite Jacobi matrices is intimately related to classical branches of analysis such as orthogonal polynomials, moment problems, and continued fractions. There are many monographs that have focused on this, see for several examples. On the other hand, the spectral theory of doubly infinite Jacobi matrices does not appear as often; a nice exposition of this theory can be found in [4, Chap.
Supersymmetric extensions are constructed for exactly integrable systems. Using an example of the generalized Toda lattice, a quantization scheme is developed. It includes an explicit derivation of the corresponding Heisenberg operators and their description in terms of Hopf-type quantum algebras. Among multidimensional systems, the four-dimensional self-dual Yang-Mills equations are investigated with the aim of constructing their general solutions. AMS subject classification (1980).
Almost Periodic Operators and Related Nonlinear Integrable Systems. July 18, 2018 V. A. Chulaevsky. This book investigates both the theoretical aspects and applications of CMLs to spatially extended systems in nonlinear dynamical systems. CMLs provide a novel approach to the study of spatiotemporal chaos, pattern formation, and nonlinear biological information processing.
Chulaevsky, "Almost Periodic Operators and Related Nonlinear Integrable Systems,", Manchester University Press, (1989). D. Damanik and Z. Gan, Limit-periodic Schrödinger operators in the regime of positive Lyapunov exponents,, J. Funct. F. Delyon and D. Petritis, Absence of localization in a class of Schrödinger operators with quasiperiodic potential,, Commun. S. Molchanov and V. Chulaevsky, The structure of a spectrum of the dic Schrödinger operator,, Functional Anal.
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The book provides a concise and rigor introduction to the fundamentals of methods for solving the principal problems of modern non-linear dynamics. This monograph covers the basic issues of the theory of integrable systems and the theory of dynamical chaos both in nonintegrable conservative and in dissipative systems.