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    Building extended resolvent of heat operator via twisting transformations

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    Twisting transformations for the heat operator are introduced. They are used, at the same time, to superimpose a` la Darboux N solitons to a generic smooth, decaying at infinity, potential and to generate the corresponding Jost solutions. These twisting operators are also used to study the existence of the related extended resolvent. Existence and uniqueness of the extended resolvent in the case of NN solitons with N "ingoing" rays and one "outgoing" ray is studied in details.Comment: 15 pages, 2 figure

    Towards an Inverse Scattering theory for non decaying potentials of the heat equation

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    The resolvent approach is applied to the spectral analysis of the heat equation with non decaying potentials. The special case of potentials with spectral data obtained by a rational similarity transformation of the spectral data of a generic decaying potential is considered. It is shown that these potentials describe NN solitons superimposed by Backlund transformations to a generic background. Dressing operators and Jost solutions are constructed by solving a DBAR-problem explicitly in terms of the corresponding objects associated to the original potential. Regularity conditions of the potential in the cases N=1 and N=2 are investigated in details. The singularities of the resolvent for the case N=1 are studied, opening the way to a correct definition of the spectral data for a generically perturbed soliton.Comment: 22 pages, submitted to Inverse Problem

    Integrable discretizations of the sine-Gordon equation

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    The inverse scattering theory for the sine-Gordon equation discretized in space and both in space and time is considered.Comment: 18 pages, LaTeX2

    On the extended resolvent of the Nonstationary Schrodingher operator for a Darboux transformed potential

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    In the framework of the resolvent approach it is introduced a so called twisting operator that is able, at the same time, to superimpose \`a la Darboux NN solitons to a generic smooth decaying potential of the Nonstationary Schr\"odinger operator and to generate the corresponding Jost solutions. This twisting operator is also used to construct an explicit bilinear representation in terms of the Jost solutions of the related extended resolvent. The main properties of the Jost and auxiliary Jost solutions and of the resolvent are discussed.Comment: 24 pages, class files from IO

    Commutator identities on associative algebras and integrability of nonlinear pde's

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    It is shown that commutator identities on associative algebras generate solutions of linearized integrable equations. Next, a special kind of the dressing procedure is suggested that in a special class of integral operators enables to associate to such commutator identity both nonlinear equation and its Lax pair. Thus problem of construction of new integrable pde's reduces to construction of commutator identities on associative algebras.Comment: 12 page

    Multidimensional Localized Solitons

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    Recently it has been discovered that some nonlinear evolution equations in 2+1 dimensions, which are integrable by the use of the Spectral Transform, admit localized (in the space) soliton solutions. This article briefly reviews some of the main results obtained in the last five years thanks to the renewed interest in soliton theory due to this discovery. The theoretical tools needed to understand the unexpected richness of behaviour of multidimensional localized solitons during their mutual scattering are furnished. Analogies and especially discrepancies with the unidimensional case are stressed

    Solutions of the Kpi Equation with Smooth Initial Data

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    The solution u(t,x,y)u(t,x,y) of the Kadomtsev--Petviashvili I (KPI) equation with given initial data u(0,x,y)u(0,x,y) belonging to the Schwartz space is considered. No additional special constraints, usually considered in literature, as  ⁣dxu(0,x,y)=0\int\!dx\,u(0,x,y)=0 are required to be satisfied by the initial data. The problem is completely solved in the framework of the spectral transform theory and it is shown that u(t,x,y)u(t,x,y) satisfies a special evolution version of the KPI equation and that, in general, tu(t,x,y)\partial_t u(t,x,y) has different left and right limits at the initial time t=0t=0. The conditions of the type  ⁣dxu(t,x,y)=0\int\!dx\,u(t,x,y)=0,  ⁣dxxuy(t,x,y)=0\int\!dx\,xu_y(t,x,y)=0 and so on (first, second, etc. `constraints') are dynamically generated by the evolution equation for t0t\not=0. On the other side  ⁣dx ⁣ ⁣ ⁣dyu(t,x,y)\int\!dx\!\!\int\!dy\,u(t,x,y) with prescribed order of integrations is not necessarily equal to zero and gives a nontrivial integral of motion.Comment: 17 pages, 23 June 1993, LaTex fil
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