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# On Semi-Infinite Toda Chain

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## Abstract

In this chapter the evolution law of spectral data is deduced for one nonlinear system of differential-difference equations. In particular the well-known equation describing a chain of interacting particles (the Toda chain [62]) can be reduced to this system. Yu.Berezanski’s result [7] referring to the case of the free end when is given here. Our general theory is also applied to the investigation of the important special case when the chain end is fixed, i.e. when

$$frac{{{d^2}x(k,t)}}{{d{t^2}}} = \exp [x(k - 1,t) - x(k,t)] - \exp [x(k,t) - x(k + 1,t)]k \geqslant 1$$

$$x(0,t) =-\infty$$

$$x(0,t) = 0$$

## Keywords

Spectral Function Inverse Spectral Problem Growth Point Toda Chain Finite Chain
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