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On the smoothness of the time t-map of the KdV equation and the bifurcation of the eigenvalues of Hill's operator

  • Tudor Ratiu
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Mathematics book series (LNM, volume 755)

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Toda Lattice Integrable Hamiltonian System Inverse Scattering Method Double Eigenvalue Bifurcation Result 
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