What you always wanted to know about the application of inverse problems to nonlinear equations (or what you would like to do with the I.S.T.
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 85)
Part I: Fifteen Review Lectures on Applied Inverse Problems
The inverse scattering method for solving nonlinear evolution equations is discussed in the framework of lax's approach.
KeywordsInverse Problem Evolution Equation Inverse Scattering Nonlinear Evolution Equation Point Spectrum
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