Algebraic Aspects of the Dispersionless Limit of the Discrete Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation
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AbstractWe study the DNLS and its dispersionless limit based on a family of matrices, named after Cantero, Moral, and Velazquez (CMV). The work is an analog to that of the Toda lattice and dispersionless Toda. We rigorously introduce the constants of motion and matrix symbols of the dispersionless limit of the DNLS. The thesis is an algebraic preparation for some potential geometry setup in the continuum sense as the next step.
Degree ProgramGraduate College