BOOKS IN EUROPEAN LANGUAGES
Методы нелинейной математической физики // Methods of non-linear mathematical physics (in Russian). Изд. 2, доп.
384 pp. (Russian).
Основное внимание в книге уделено методам построения аналитических решений нелинейных дифференциальных уравнений. Для решения задач Коши для уравнений Кортевега - де Вриза и sin-Гордона представлен метод обратной задачи рассеяния. Для ряда других нелинейных дифференциальных уравнений предложены... (More)
URSS. 304 pp. (English).
The summer science school of modern astrophysics was held between July 15--26, 2014, in Zelenogorsk, near Saint Petersburg.
Forty young scientists from Russia, Armenia, Vietnam, Italy, Finland, Germany, India, Turkey, and Uzbekistan participated in the school. They were all selected by the organizing... (More)
URSS. 248 pp. (English).
This book provides a comprehensive exposition of completely integrable, partially integrable and superintegrable Hamiltonian systems in a general setting of invariant submanifolds which need not be compact. In particular, this is the case of non-autonomous integrable Hamiltonian systems and integrable... (More)
URSS. 168 pp. (English).
Diagrammatic methods are applied to strongly interacting electron systems. Several problems are studied in the atomic representation. It is assumed that electron-electron interaction in an atom is stronger that the interaction between electrons belonging to different atoms. The theory of high-temperature... (More)
URSS. 448 pp. (English).
N Differential prolongations are usually obtained by means of differentiation and jets of mappings which are, in one way or another, related to local coordinates. The present book sets the foundation of prolongation theory on iterated tangent bundles, in a coordinate-free manner. Lie-Cartan calculus,... (More)
Quantum Field Model of the Geometric Extension. // Group Decomposition in the Special Grand Unification Model in High Energy Physics
URSS. 104 pp. (English).
This publication contains the English translation of the corrected text of two articles (I, II) by G.L.Stavraki and S.N.Ganebnykh from the Computing Centre of RAS.
In the article I the author develops a model of space-time, proposed by G.L.Stavraki in 2005 (Grav.&Cosmol., V.12, 227--230, 2006) and... (More)