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Theory of Nonlinear Lattices. by Morikazu Toda - First Ed USA; unstated.   - 1981. - from Black Cat Hill Books and

Theory of Nonlinear Lattices.

by Morikazu Toda

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New York, NY Springer Verlag, 1981. Hardcover First Ed USA; unstated. First Ed USA; unstated. EX-LIBRARY, withdrawn, showing the usual treatments. Else, Near Fine: shows just a hint of wear to the extremities; lower front corner lightly bumped; else flawless. Binding square and secure; text clean. Nearly New. NOT a Remainder or Book-Club. 8vo. 203pp. 38 Figures. Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences. Hardback: No DJ 'as issued'. Soliton theory, the theory of nonlinear waves in lattices composed of particles interacting by nonlinear forces, is treated rigorously in this book. The presentation is coherent and self-contained, starting with pioneering work and extending to the most recent advances in the field. Special attention is focused on exact methods of solution of nonlinear problems and on the exact mathematical treatment of nonlinear lattice vibrations. This new edition updates the material to take account of important new advances.


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