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Integrable discretizations for lattice system: Local equations of motion and their Hamiltonian properties. (English) Zbl 0965.37058
We develop the approach to the problem of integrable discretization based on the notion of r-matrix hierarchies. One of its basic features is the coincidence of Lax matrices of discretized systems with the Lax matrices of the underlying continuous time systems. A common feature of the discretizations obtained in this approach is non-locality. We demonstrate how to overcome this drawback. Namely, we introduce the notion of localizing changes of variables and construct such changes of variables for a large number of examples, including the Toda and the relativistic Toda lattices, the Volterra and the relativistic Volterra lattices, the second flows of the Toda and of the Volterra hierarchies, the modified Volterra lattice, the Belov-Chaltikian lattice, the Bogoyavlensky lattices, the Bruschi-Ragnisco lattice. We also introduce a novel class of constrained lattice KP systems, discretize all of them, and find the corresponding localizing change of variables. Pulling back the differential equations of motion under the localizing changes of variables, we find also (sometimes novel) integrable one-parameter deformations of integrable lattice systems. Poisson properties of the localizing changes of variables are also studied: they produce interesting one-parameter deformations of the known Poisson algebras.
MSC:
37K60Lattice dynamics (infinite-dimensional systems)
37K10Completely integrable systems, integrability tests, bi-Hamiltonian structures, hierarchies
39A12Discrete version of topics in analysis
70H06Completely integrable systems and methods of integration (mechanics of particles and systems)