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We prove that the doubly lambda-deformed sigma-models, which include integrable cases, are canonically equivalent to the sum of two single lambda-deformed models. This explains the equality of the exact beta-functions and current anomalous dimensions of the doubly lambda-deformed sigma-models to those of two single lambda-deformed models. Our proof is based upon agreement of their Hamiltonian densities and of their canonical structure. Read More


In this letter we propose an approach to obtain solutions for the nonlocal nonlinear Schr\"{o}dinger hierarchy from the known ones of the Ablowitz-Kaup-Newell-Segur hierarchy by reduction. These solutions are presented in terms of double Wronskian and some of them are new.The approach is general and can be used for other systems with double Wronskian solutions which admit local and nonlocal reductions. Read More


In this paper we consider three different 1D parabolic-parabolic systems of chemotaxis. For these systems we obtain the exact analytical solutions in terms of traveling wave variables. Read More


We investigate the elliptic supersymmetric $gl(1|1)$ integrable model introduced by Deguchi and Martin, which is an elliptic extension of the Perk-Schultz model. We introduce and study the wavefunctions of the elliptic model. We first make a face-type version of the Izergin-Korepin analysis to give characterizations of the wavefunctions. Read More


We extend one component Gross-Pitaevskii equation to two component coupled case with the damping term, linear and parabolic density profiles, then give the Lax pair and infinitely-many conservations laws of this coupled system. The system is nonautonomous, that is, it admits a nonisospectral linear eigenvalue problem. In fact, the Darboux transformation for this kind of inhomogeneous system which is essentially different from the isospectral case, we reconstruct the Darboux transformation for this coupled Gross-Pitaevskii equation. Read More


In this paper, We extend the two-component coupled Hirota equation to the three-component one, and reconstruct the Lax pair with $4\times4$ matrixes of this three-component coupled system including higher-order effects such as third-order dispersion, self-steepening and delayed nonlinear response. Combining the generalized Darboux transformation and a specific vector solution of this $4\times4$ matrix spectral problem, we study higher-order localized nonlinear waves in this three-component coupled system. Then, the semi-rational and multi-parametric solutions of this system are derived in our paper. Read More


In this paper, a general bright-dark soliton solution in the form of pfaffian is constructed for an integrable semi-discrete vector NLS equation via Hirota's bilinear method. One- and two- bright-dark soliton solutions are explicitly presented for two-component semi-discrete NLS equation, two-bright-one-dark, and one-bright-two-dark soliton solutions are also given explicitly for three-component semi-discrete NLS equation. The asymptotic behavior is analysed for two-soliton solutions. Read More


In this paper, we show that the nonlocal discrete focusing nonlinear Schr\"odinger (NLS) and nonlocal discrete defocusing NLS equation are gauge equivalent to the discrete coupled Heisenberg ferromagnet (HF) equation and the discrete modified coupled HF equation, respectively. Under the continuous limit, the discrete coupled HF equation and the modified discrete coupled HF equation lead to the corresponding coupled HF equation and modified coupled HF equation. This means that the nonlocal focusing and defocusing NLS equations are gauge equivalent to the coupled HF and coupled modified HF equations. Read More


In this paper, the partially party-time ($PT$) symmetric nonlocal Davey-Stewartson (DS) equations with respect to $x$ is called $x$-nonlocal DS equations, while a fully $PT$ symmetric nonlocal DSII equation is called nonlocal DSII equation. Three kinds of solutions, namely breather, rational and semi-rational solutions for these nonlocal DS equations are derived by employing the bilinear method. For the $x$-nonlocal DS equations, the usual ($2+1$)-dimensional breathers are periodic in $x$ direction and localized in $y$ direction. Read More


These notes correspond to a mini-course given at the Poisson 2016 conference in Geneva. Starting from classical integrable systems in the sense of Liouville, we explore the notion of non-degenerate singularity and expose recent research in connection with semi-toric systems. The quantum and semiclassical counterpart will also be presented, in the viewpoint of the inverse question: from the quantum mechanical spectrum, can you recover the classical system? Read More


We demonstrate that the five vortex equations recently introduced by Manton ariseas symmetry reductions of the anti-self-dual Yang--Mills equations in four dimensions. In particular the Jackiw--Pi vortex and the Ambj\o rn--Olesen vortex correspond to the gauge group $SU(1, 1)$, and respectively the Euclidean or the $SU(2)$ symmetry groups acting with two-dimensional orbits. We show how to obtain vortices with higher vortex numbers, by superposing vortex equations of different types. Read More


In this paper we construct the general solutions of two families of partial difference equations defined on the quad graph, namely the trapezoidal $H^4$ equations and the $H^6$ equations. These solutions are obtained exploiting the properties of the first integrals in the Darboux sense, which were derived in [G. Gubbiotti and R. Read More


In this paper, we consider the real modified Korteweg-de Vries (mKdV) equation and construct a special kind of breather solution, which can be obtained by taking the limit $\lambda_{j}$ $\rightarrow$ $\lambda_{1}$ of the Lax pair eigenvalues used in the $n$-fold Darboux transformation that generates the order-$n$ periodic solution from a constant seed solution. Further, this special kind of breather solution of order $n$ can be used to generate the order-$n$ rational solution by taking the limit $\lambda_{1}$ $\rightarrow$ $\lambda_{0}$, where $\lambda_{0}$ is a special eigenvalue associated to the eigenfunction $\phi$ of the Lax pair of the mKdV equation. This eigenvalue $\lambda_0$, for which $\phi(\lambda_0)=0$, corresponds to the limit of infinite period of the periodic solution. Read More


It is known that the initial-boundary value problem for certain integrable PDEs on the half-line with integrable boundary conditions can be mapped to a special case of the Inverse Scattering Method (ISM) on the full-line. This can also be established within the so-called Unified Method (UM) for initial-boundary value problems with linearizable boundary conditions. In this paper, we show a converse to this statement within the AKNS scheme: the ISM on the full-line can be mapped to an initial-boundary value problem with linearizable boundary conditions. Read More


We describe projective structures on a Riemann surface corresponding to monodromy groups which have trivial $SL(2)$ monodromies around singularities and trivial $PSL(2)$ monodromies along homologically non-trivial loops on a Riemann surface. We propose a natural higher genus analog of Stieltjes-Bethe equations. Links with branched projective structures and with Hurwitz spaces with ramifications of even order are established. Read More


We investigate the focusing coupled PT-symmetric nonlocal nonlinear Schrodinger equation employing Darboux transformation approach. We find a family of exact solutions including pairs of Bright-Bright, Dark-Dark and Bright-Dark solitons in addition to solitary waves. We show that one can convert bright bound state onto a dark bound state in a two-soliton solution by selectively fine tuning the amplitude dependent parameter. Read More


The rational solutions of the Painlev\'e-II equation appear in several applications and are known to have many remarkable algebraic and analytic properties. They also have several different representations, useful in different ways for establishing these properties. In particular, Riemann-Hilbert representations have proven to be useful for extracting the asymptotic behavior of the rational solutions in the limit of large degree (equivalently the large-parameter limit). Read More


We introduce a Skyrme type model with the target space being the 3-sphere S^3 and with an action possessing, as usual, quadratic and quartic terms in field derivatives. The novel character of the model is that the strength of the couplings of those two terms are allowed to depend upon the space-time coordinates. The model should therefore be interpreted as an effective theory, such that those couplings correspond in fact to low energy expectation values of fields belonging to a more fundamental theory at high energies. Read More


We discuss the Matsuo-Cherednik type correspondence between the quantum Knizhnik-Zamolodchikov equations associated with $GL(N)$ and the $n$-particle quantum Ruijsenaars model, with $n$ being not necessarily equal to $N$. The quasiclassical limit of this construction yields the quantum-classical correspondence between the quantum spin chains and the classical Ruijsenaars models. Read More


In this paper, from the algebraic reductions from the Lie algebra $gl(n,\mathbb C)$ to its commutative subalgebra $Z_n$, we construct the general $Z_n$-Sine-Gordon and $Z_n$-Sinh-Gordon systems which contain many multi-component Sine-Gordon type and Sinh-Gordon type equations. Meanwhile, we give the B\"acklund transformations of the $Z_n$-Sine-Gordon and $Z_n$-Sinh-Gordon equations which can generate new solutions from seed solutions. To see the $Z_n$-systems clearly, we consider the $Z_2$-Sine-Gordon and $Z_3$-Sine-Gordon equations explicitly including their B\"acklund transformations, the nonlinear superposition formula and Lax pairs. Read More


By the recursion operator of the Kaup-Newell hierarchy we construct the Relativistic Derivative NLS (RDNLS) equation and the corresponding Lax pair. In the non-relativistic limit $c \rightarrow \infty$ it reduces to DNLS equation and preserves integrability at any order of relativistic corrections. The compact explicit representation of the linear problem for this equation becomes possible due to notions of the q-calculus with two bases, one of which is the recursion operator, and another one is the spectral parameter. Read More


In this paper we introduce a new property of two-dimensional integrable systems -- existence of infinitely many local three-dimensional conservation laws for pairs of integrable two-dimensional commuting flows. Infinitely many three-dimensional local conservation laws for the Korteweg de Vries pair of commuting flows and for the Benney commuting hydrodynamic chains are constructed. As a by-product we established a new method for computation of local conservation laws for three-dimensional integrable systems. Read More


We study the expansion coefficients of the tau function of the KP hierarchy. If the tau function does not vanish at the origin, it is known that the coefficients are given by Giambelli formula and that it characterizes solutions of the KP hierarchy. In this paper, we find a generalization of Giambelli formula to the case when the tau function vanishes at the origin. Read More


By analyzing spin-spin correlation functions at relatively short distances, we show that equilibrium near-critical properties can be extracted at short times after quenches into the vicinity of a quantum critical point. The time scales after which equilibrium properties can be extracted are sufficiently short so that the proposed scheme should be viable for quantum simulators of spin models based on ultracold atoms or trapped ions. Our results, analytic as well as numeric, are for one-dimensional spin models, either integrable or nonintegrable, but we expect our conclusions to be valid in higher dimensions as well. Read More


In this paper, we use the Fokas method to analyze the complex Sharma-Tasso-Olver(cSTO) equation on the half line. We show that it can be represented in terms of the solution of a matrix RHP formulated in the plane of the complex spectral parameter {\lambda}. Read More


Series of deformed Camassa-Holm-type equations are constructed using the Lagrangian deformation and Loop algebra splittings. They are weakly integrable in the sense of modified Lax pairs. Read More


Symplectic mappings are discrete-time analogs of Hamiltonian systems. They appear in many areas of physics, including, for example, accelerators, plasma, and fluids. Integrable mappings, a subclass of symplectic mappings, are equivalent to a Twist map, with a rotation number, constant along the phase trajectory. Read More


We present a generalized (2+1)-dimensional Boussinesq equation, including two cases which are called weakly well-posed one and ill-posed one. To investigate these equations, we apply the Dbar approach to a coupled (2+1)-dimensional nonlinear equation, which reduces to the Boussinesq equation. For weakly well-posed equation, we give the line-solitons and rational solutions, for ill-posed one, we give some freak solutions. Read More


This paper considers the problems of quantum spectral curves and 4D limit for the melting crystal model of 5D SUSY $U(1)$ Yang-Mills theory on $\mathbb{R}^4\times S^1$. The partition function $Z(\boldsymbol{t})$ deformed by an infinite number of external potentials is a tau function of the KP hierarchy with respect to the coupling constants $\boldsymbol{t} = (t_1,t_2,\ldots)$. A single-variate specialization $Z(x)$ of $Z(\boldsymbol{t})$ satisfies a $q$-difference equation representing the quantum spectral curve of the melting crystal model. Read More


In this paper, a simple and constructive method is presented to find the generalized perturbation (n,M)-fold Darboux transformations (DTs) of the modified nonlinear Schrodinger (MNLS) equation in terms of fractional forms of determinants. In particular, we apply the generalized perturbation (1,N-1)-fold DTs to find its explicit multi-rogue-wave solutions. The wave structures of these rogue-wave solutions of the MNLS equation are discussed in detail for different parameters, which display abundant interesting wave structures, including the triangle and pentagon, etc. Read More


We study exact solutions of the quasi-one-dimensional Gross-Pitaevskii (GP) equation with the (space, time)-modulated potential and nonlinearity and the time-dependent gain or loss term in Bose-Einstein condensates. In particular, based on the similarity transformation, we report several families of exact solutions of the GP equation in the combination of the harmonic and Gaussian potentials, in which some physically relevant solutions are described. The stability of the obtained matter-wave solutions is addressed numerically such that some stable solutions are found. Read More


We introduce a new family of integrable stochastic processes, called \textit{dynamical stochastic higher spin vertex models}, arising from fused representations of Felder's elliptic quantum group $E_{\tau, \eta} (\mathfrak{sl}_2)$. These models simultaneously generalize the stochastic higher spin vertex models, studied by Corwin-Petrov and Borodin-Petrov, and are dynamical in the sense of Borodin's recent stochastic interaction round-a-face models. We provide explicit contour integral identities for observables of these models (when run under specific types of initial data) that characterize the distributions of their currents. Read More


We investigate indeterminate points in discrete integrable system. They appear in singularity confinement phenomenon naturally. We develop a method to analyse indeterminate points of dynamical maps and using this method we clarify behaviour of indeterminate points of some integrable maps. Read More


We generate hierarchies of derivative nonlinear Schr\"odinger-type equations and their nonlocal extensions from Lie algebra splittings and automorphisms. This provides an algebraic explanation of some known reductions and newly established nonlocal reductions in integrable systems. Read More


In this paper, we construct a special kind of breather solution of the nonlinear Schr\"{o}dinger (NLS) equation, the so-called breather-positon ({\it b-positon} for short), which can be obtained by taking the limit $\lambda_{j}$ $\rightarrow$ $\lambda_{1}$ of the Lax pair eigenvalues in the order-$n$ periodic solution which is generated by the $n$-fold Darboux transformation from a special "seed" solution--plane wave. Further, an order-$n$ {\it b-positon} gives an order-$n$ rogue wave under a limit $\lambda_1\rightarrow \lambda_0$. Here $\lambda_0$ is a special eigenvalue in a breather of the NLS equation such that its period goes to infinity. Read More


We show that the dynamics of particles in a one-dimensional harmonic trap with hard-core interactions can be solvable for certain arrangements of unequal masses. For any number of particles, there exist two families of unequal mass particles that have integrable dynamics, and there are additional exceptional cases for three, four and five particles. The integrable mass families are classified by Coxeter reflection groups and the corresponding solutions are Bethe ansatz-like superpositions of hyperspherical harmonics in the relative hyperangular coordinates that are then restricted to sectors of fixed particle order. Read More


For applications to quasi-exactly solvable Schr\"odinger equations in quantum mechanics, we establish the general conditions that have to be satisfied by the coefficients of a second-order differential equation with at most $k+1$ singular points in order that this equation has particular solutions which are $n$th-degree polynomials. In a first approach, we extend the Nikiforov-Uvarov method, which was devised to deal with hypergeometric-type equations (i.e. Read More


We present nonlocal integrable reductions of super AKNS coupled equations. By the use of nonlocal reductions of Ablowitz and Musslimani we find new super integrable equations. In particular we introduce nonlocal super NLS equations and the nonlocal super mKdV equations. Read More


As is well known, multivariate Rogers-Szeg\"o polynomials are closely connected with the partition functions of the $A_{N-1}$ type of Polychronakos spin chains having long-range interactions. Applying the `freezing trick', here we derive the partition functions for a class of $BC_N$ type of Polychronakos spin chains containing supersymmetric analogues of polarized spin reversal operators and subsequently use those partition functions to obtain novel multivariate super Rogers-Szeg\"o (SRS) polynomials depending on four types of variables. We construct the generating functions for such SRS polynomials and show that these polynomials can be written as some bilinear combinations of the $A_{N-1}$ type of SRS polynomials. Read More


Modulational instability has been used to explain the formation of breather and rogue waves qualitatively. In this paper, we show modulational instability can be used to explain the structure of them in a quantitative way. We develop a method to derive general forms for Akhmediev breather and rogue wave solutions in a $N$-component nonlinear Schr\"odinger equations. Read More


Continuous symmetries of the Hirota difference equation, commuting with shifts of independent variables, are derived by means of the dressing procedure. Action of these symmetries on the dependent variables of the equation is presented. Commutativity of these symmetries enables interpretation of their parameters as "times" of the nonlinear integrable partial differential-difference and differential equations. Read More


A trajectory isomorphism between the two Newtonian fixed center problem in the sphere and two associated planar two center problems is constructed. The complete set of orbits in $S^2$ for this problem is calculated. Read More


We present a family of superintegrable sytems defined on riemannian surfaces of revolution and which exhibit a linear integral and two integrals of any integer degree in the momenta. When this degree is 2 one recovers a metric due to Koenigs. The differential systems to be solved in their construction are shown to be driven by a {\em linear} ordinary differential equation of order $n$ which is homogeneous for even integrals and weakly inhomogeneous for odd integrals. Read More


We study the partition function of the six-vertex model in the rational limit on arbitrary Baxter lattices with reflecting boundary. Every such lattice is interpreted as an invariant of the twisted Yangian. This identification allows us to relate the partition function of the vertex model to the Bethe wave function of an open spin chain. Read More


The full spectrum of two-dimensional fermion states in a scalar soliton trap with a Lorentz breaking background is investigated in the context of the novel 2D materials, where the Lorentz symmetry should not be strictly valid. The field theoretical model with Lorentz breaking terms represents Dirac electrons in one valley and in a scalar field background. The Lorentz violation comes from the difference between the Dirac electron and scalar mode velocities, which should be expected when modelling the electronic and lattice excitations in 2D materials. Read More


The theory of Hitchin systems is something like a "global theory of Lie groups", where one works over a Riemann surface rather than just at a point. We'll describe how one can take this analogy a few steps further by attempting to make precise the class of rich geometric objects that appear in this story (including the non-compact case), and discuss their classification, outlining a theory of "Dynkin diagrams" as a step towards classifying some examples of such objects. Read More


The main goal of the article is testing a new classification algorithm. To this end we apply it to a relevant problem of describing the integrable cases of a subclass of two-dimensional lattices. By imposing the cut off conditions $u_{-1}=c_0$ and $u_{N+1}=c_1$ we reduce the lattice $u_{n,xy}=\alpha(u_{n+1},u_n,u_{n-1})u_{n,x}u_{n,y} $ to a finite system of hyperbolic type PDE. Read More


In the article the problem of constructing the Lax pairs for the hyperbolic type integrable partial differential equations and their discrete counterparts is discussed. We linearize the given equation around its arbitrary solution and then look for an invariant manifold for the linearized equation. We find an invariant manifold of possibly less order containing a nontrivial dependence on constant (spectral) parameter. Read More


The height of an $n$th-order fundamental rogue wave $q_{\rm rw}^{[n]}$ for the nonlinear Schr\"odinger equation, namely $(2n+1)c$, is proved directly by a series of row operations on matrices appeared in the $n$-fold Darboux transformation. Here the positive constant $c$ denotes the height of the asymptotical plane of the rogue wave. Read More