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Topology of integrable systems; the Fomenko theory.


Topology of integrable systems; the Fomenko theory.

Zotev, D.B. Ed. by A.T. Fomenko.

Cambridge Scientific Publishers


158 pages



Reviews in mathematics and mathematical physics; v.14, pt.1


Describing the topological theory of integrable Hamiltonian systems at a level of strictness sufficient for self-dependent applications, Zotev (Moscow Power Engineering Institute) here further advances the work of A.T. Fomenko. The final section of the book also brings Bolsinov's loop molecule method into consideration. The volume proceeds through the presentation of theorems and propositions which rest on precise definitions. It is illustrated with 45 helpful figures.

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