Completely integrable theories as theories of spontaneous breakdown
It is shown that the field theory described by a completely integrable equation (in particular, the theory of any free field) is the theory of spontaneous breakdown of symmetry under certain infinite dynamical group, the corresponding field being the Goldstone field by which this breakdown is accompanied.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Field Theory Integrable Equation Group Theory Integrable Theory
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