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Hirota’s Bilinear Method and Partial Integrability
We discuss Hirota’s bilinear method from the point of view of partial integrability. Many different levels of integrability are shown to exist.
KeywordsDispersion Relation Bilinear Form Soliton Solution Nonlinear Evolution Equation Vacuum Solution
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