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Harmonic oscillator chains with exactly solvable dynamics


Gudimenko A.I.

2017, issue 1, Ñ. 11-21


Abstract
The method of Darboux transformation is applied to construct exactly solvable one-dimensional chains of harmonic oscillators.

Keywords:
Darboux transformation, exactly solvable dynamics, harmonic chains

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