By Vitushkin A. G.
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SSUMING GLOBAL SOLUTIONS EXIST FOR A CLASS OF DATA ONE MAY ASK FOR FURTHER DETAILS ON THE DYNAMICS ! ,3 MODELS DESCRIBED BELOW HAVE BEEN EXTENSIVELY STUDIED OVER PREVIOUS YEARS THEY STILL OkER A LARGE COLLECTION OF UNSOLVED BASIC PROBLEMS 0AST RESEARCH HAS ALSO SHOWN THAT ARGUMENTS AND METHODS DISCOVERED IN THIS CONTEXT USUALLY APPLY TO BROADER CLASSES OF EQUATIONS 7E DO HOWEVER EXCLUDE FROM OUR DISCUSSION THE FEW ISOLATED INSTANCES OF INTEGRABLE EQUATIONS THAT DO PRESENT LOTS OF ATYPICAL STRUCTURE AND FEATURES !
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