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Lie point symmetries of differentialdifference equations
 J. Phys. A Math.Theor
"... We present an algorithm for determining the Lie point symmetries of differential equations on fixed non transforming lattices, i.e. equations involving both continuous and discrete independent variables. The symmetries of a specific integrable discretization of the KricheverNovikov equation, the T ..."
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We present an algorithm for determining the Lie point symmetries of differential equations on fixed non transforming lattices, i.e. equations involving both continuous and discrete independent variables. The symmetries of a specific integrable discretization of the KricheverNovikov equation, the Toda lattice and Toda field theory are presented as examples of the general method. 1
Symmetry algebra of discrete KdV equations and corresponding differentialdifference equations of Volterra type
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INTEGRABILITY TEST FOR DISCRETE EQUATIONS VIA GENERALIZED SYMMETRIES.
"... Abstract. In this article we present some integrability conditions for partial difference equations obtained using the formal symmetries approach. We apply them to find integrable partial difference equations contained in a class of equations obtained by the multiple scale analysis of the general m ..."
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Abstract. In this article we present some integrability conditions for partial difference equations obtained using the formal symmetries approach. We apply them to find integrable partial difference equations contained in a class of equations obtained by the multiple scale analysis of the general multilinear dispersive difference equation defined on the square. 1.
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, 2009
"... On a nonlinear integrable difference equation on the square ..."
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Integrability and Symmetries of Difference Equations: the
, 2009
"... We consider the partial difference equations of the AdlerBobenkoSuris classification, which are characterized as multidimensionally consistent. The latter property leads naturally to the construction of autoBäcklund transformations and Lax pairs for all the equations in this class. Their symmetry ..."
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We consider the partial difference equations of the AdlerBobenkoSuris classification, which are characterized as multidimensionally consistent. The latter property leads naturally to the construction of autoBäcklund transformations and Lax pairs for all the equations in this class. Their symmetry analysis is presented and infinite hierarchies of generalized symmetries are explicitly constructed. 1
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, 2009
"... On a nonlinear integrable difference equation on the square 3Dinconsistent ..."
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On a nonlinear integrable difference equation on the square 3Dinconsistent