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New solvable discrete-time many-body problems featuring several arbitrary parameters

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Discrete Integrable Systems

A technique will be illustrated to identify discrete-time `many-body problems’. The models thereby manufactured feature several parameters and are solvable by algebraic operations. In some cases (i.e., for some subsets of parameters) the solutions are isochronous, i.e. periodic with a fixed period independent of the initial data. This is joint work with F. Leyvraz.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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