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Covering both classical and quantum models, nonlinear integrable systems are of considerable theoretical and practical interest, with applications over a wide range of topics, including water waves, pin models, nonlinear optics, correlated electron systems, plasma physics, and reaction-diffusion processes. Comprising one part on classical theories and applications and another on quantum aspects, Classical and Quantum Nonlinear Integrable Systems: Theory and Application reviews the advances made in nonlinear integrable systems, with emphasis on the underlying concepts rather than technical details. It forms an outstanding introductory textbook as well as a useful reference for specialists.
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Al-Kunduri (1024 – 29 November 1064), was an Iranian statesman from Kondor, who served as the vizier of the Seljuq Sultan Tughril in 1054/1055, and his nephew Alp Arslan.
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