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1.1 Intertwining relation
1.3 Results for diﬀerential operators
1.3.1 Commuting ordinary diﬀerential operators
1.4 Hyperspherical coordinate systems and ladder operators
1.5 Laplace transformations
1.6 Matrix factorization
1.6.1 Example
1.6.2 QR algorithm
1.6.3 Factorization of the λ matrix
1.7 Elementary factorization of matrix
1.8 Matrix factorizations and integrable systems
1.9 Quasideterminants
1.9.1 Deﬁnition of quasideterminants
1.9.2 Noncommutative Sylvester–Toda lattices
1.9.3 Noncommutative orthogonal polynomials
1.10 The Riemann–Hilbert problem
1.10.1 The Cauchy-type integral
1.10.2 Scalar RH problem
1.10.3 Matrix RH problem
2.1 Basic notations and auxiliary results Bell polynomials
2.2 Generalized Bell polynomials
2.4 Darboux transformation. Generalized Burgers equations
2.5.1 General statements
2.5.2 Positons
2.7.2 Covariance equations
2.7.3 Compatibility condition
2.8 Non-Abelian case. Zakharov–Shabat problem
Zakharov–Shabat equations
2.8.2 Covariant combinations of symmetric polynomials
2.9 A pair of diﬀerence operators
2.10 Non-Abelian Hirota system
2.11 Nahm equations
2.12 Solutions of Nahm equations
3.7.3 Application of classical DT to three-wave system
3.9.1 General remarks
3.9.2 Lax pair and Darboux covariance
3.9.3 Self-scattering solutions
3.9.4 Inﬁnite-dimensional example
of compound elementary DT
3.10.1 Deﬁnition of compound elementary DT
Dressing chain equations
4.1 Instructive examples
4.2.1 Linear problems
4.2.2 Lax pairs of diﬀerential operators
4.3 Periodic closure and time evolution
4.4 Discrete symmetry
4.4.1 General remarks
4.4.2 Irreducible subspaces
4.5 Explicit formulas for solutions of chain equations (N = 3)
4.6 Towards the spectral curve
4.7 Dubrovin equations. General ﬁnite-gap potentials
4.8 Darboux coordinates
4.9 Operator Zakharov–Shabat problem
4.9.1 Sketch of a general algorithm
4.9.2 Lie algebra realization
4.9.3 Examples of NLS equations
4.10 General polynomial in T operator chains
4.10.2 Nonlocal operators of the ﬁrst order
4.10.3 Alternative spectral evolution equation
4.11 Hirota equations
4.11.1 Hirota equations chain
4.11.2 Solution of chain equation
Dressing in 2+1 dimensions
5.1 Combined Darboux–Laplace transformations
5.1.1 Deﬁnitions
5.1.2 Reduction constraints and reduction equations
5.4 Iterations of Moutard transformations
5.5 Two-dimensional KdV equation
5.5.1 Moutard transformations
Applications of dressing to linear problems
6.1 General statements
6.1.2 Chains of shape-invariant superpotentials
6.2 Integrable potentials in quantum mechanics
6.2.1 Peculiarities
6.2.2 Nonsingular potentials
6.2.4 Matrix shape-invariant potentials
6.3.1 ZRPs and Darboux transformations
6.5.1 Electron–Xn scattering problem
6.5.2 Electron–YXn scattering problem
6.5.3 Dressing and Ramsauer–Taunsend minimum
6.6 Green functions in multidimensions
potential and Green functions
6.6.3 Dirac equations
Hamiltonian/quantum mechanics
6.7.2 Symmetry and supersymmetry via dressing chains
6.7.3 d = 2 Supersymmetry example
6.7.5 Potentials with cylindrical symmetry
7.1 Bilinear formalism. The Hirota method
7.1.1 Binary Bell polynomials
7.2 Darboux-covariant Lax pairs in terms of Y-functions
7.3 B¨acklund transformations and Noether theorem
7.3.1 BT and inﬁnitesimal BT
7.3.2 Noether identity and Noether theorem
7.3.3 Comment on Miura map
7.4 From singular manifold method to Moutard transformation
7.5.1 Sketch of IST method
7.5.2 Dressible operators
7.5.3 Example
Dressing via local Riemann–Hilbert problem
8.1 RH problem and generation of new solutions
8.2 Nonlinear Schr¨odinger equation
8.2.1 Jost solutions
8.3 Modiﬁed nonlinear Schr¨odinger equation
8.3.1 Jost solutions
8.3.2 Analytic solutions
8.3.3 Matrix RH problem
8.3.4 MNLS soliton
8.4.1 Jost solutions
8.4.2 Analytic solutions
8.4.3 RH problem
8.5 Three-wave resonant interaction equations
8.5.1 Jost solutions
8.5.2 Analytic solutions
8.5.3 RH problem
8.5.4 Solitons of three-wave equations
8.6 Homoclinic orbits via dressing method
8.6.1 Homoclinic orbit for NLS equation
8.6.3 MNLS equation: dressing of plane wave
8.6.4 MNLS equation: homoclinic solution
8.7 KdV equation
8.7.1 Jost solutions
The KdV equation
8.7.2 Scattering equation and RH problem
8.7.3 Inverse problem
8.7.4 Evolution of RH data
8.7.5 Soliton solution
9.1 Benjamin–Ono equation
9.1.1 Jost solutions
9.1.2 Scattering equation and symmetry relations
9.1.3 Adjoint spectral problem and asymptotics
9.1.4 RH problem
9.1.5 Evolution of spectral data
9.1.6 Solitons of BO equation
9.2.1 Lax representation
9.2.2 Eigenfunctions and eigenvalues
9.2.3 Scattering equation and closure relations
9.2.4 RH problem
9.2.5 Evolution of RH data
9.2.6 Soliton solution
9.2.7 KP I equation—multiple poles
9.3 Davey–Stewartson I equation
9.3.1 Spectral problem and analytic eigenfunctions
9.3.2 Spectral data and RH problem
9.3.3 Time evolution of spectral data and boundaries
9.3.4 Reconstruction of potential q(ξ,η,t)
9.3.5 (1,1) Dromion solution
10.1.1 Spectral transform and Lax pair
10.1.2 Recursion operator
10.1.3 NLS–Maxwell–Bloch soliton
10.1.4 Gauge equivalence
10.2.1 ¯∂ Problem and recursion operator
10.2.2 Gauge transformation
10.3.2 Dual function
10.3.3 Recursion operator
10.4.1 Eigenfunctions and scattering equation
10.4.2 Inverse spectral problem
10.5 Davey–Stewartson II equation
10.5.1 Eigenfunctions and scattering equation
10.5.2 Discrete spectrum and inverse problem solution
10.5.3 Lump solutions
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