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Reduction of order for discrete systems
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Discrete Integrable Systems
By establishing a suitable Backlund correspondence, a reduction of order can be effected for discrete systems having a certain structure. In this way we succeed in extending to discrete systems ideas previously developed within the context of ordinary differential equations. As examples we give applications of our approach to discrete Painleve hierarchies.
This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.
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