By I. S. Novikov
This ebook considers the speculation of 'integrable' non-linear partial differential equations. the idea was once constructed initially through mathematical physicists yet later mathematicians, relatively from the Soviet Union, have been drawn to the sector. during this quantity are reprinted a few primary contributions, initially released in Russian Mathematical Surveys, from many of the major Soviet staff. Dr George Wilson has written an creation meant to gentle the reader's course via a number of the articles.
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D* + u] = - lA2n+2^ n+ iD (Z)2)-i, D* + u}+0 (Dr or The remaining terms must vanish, because the commutator of two differential operators can only be a differential operator. Thus, the (2n + l)-th order operator Q has the required property - its commutator with D2 + u is the operator of multiplication by a function, [Q D2 + u] = 2iA' LV ' ' J 2n-f2,n+± i = 4i 4~ #n+i Mcte n+11 J As might be expected, the commutator is the right-hand side of the Korteweg—de Vries equation. References [1 ] I. M.