Nonlinear and modern mathematical physics: proceedings of the First International Workshop : Beijing, P.R. China, 15-21 July 2009
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Optical Switching with Longrange Interactions between Strongly
Singular Solutions of Nonlinear Systems and Patterns Associated with
Integral Transformation and Darboux Transformation of Heuns
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