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5). 7) their behavior under the action of 8L(2, q. Of course there is now a problem because the quantity j-W or (cz + d)2w is not uniquely defined for w non-integral. This can be overcome in several ways. In the case when R is a space of functions on the upper half-plane 1i, we replace the group 8L(2, R) by its universal covering, consisting of matrices (~ ~) E SL(2, R) together with a choice of logarithm of cz + d in 1i, and take for r a subgroup of this covering which maps isomorphically onto a discrete co-finite volume subgroup of 8L(2, R).
Applied to the matrix hierarchies, this involves considerable sophistication. The paper is self-contained and does not expect any special prerequisite from a reader. 1. Introduction Integrable systems of differential equations exist not isolated but united in large communities called hierarchies. All equations inside a hierarchy are commuting with each other. The first known hierarchies were generalized Korteweg-de Vries (KdV) hierarchies, one for every natural number n. , ). Then an immense Kadomtsev-Petviashvili (KP) hierarchy was found which united all the KdV's.
Is it true that T(p',p) depends only on p' - p ? For example, a direct calculation shows that Am(P) = Am(P') for m = 1,0, -1, -2, whereas where j = 8z' j8z. This means that A3(P) - A3(p') is essentially multiplication by p' - p, if one writes (dz)-l instead of 8 z at the last place of the right hand side. Question. Can T(P',p) be described in terms of derivations and multiplication in r(X, £x)? All of this has a straightforward supersymmetric version. 46 Paula Beazley Cohen, Yuri Manin, and Don Zagier a Complex powers and 'D-modules.
Algebraic Aspects of Integrable Systems: In Memory of Irene Dorfman by Mark S. Alber, Gregory G. Luther (auth.), A. S. Fokas, I. M. Gelfand (eds.)