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The inverse scattering method for the equation describing high-frequency waves in a relaxing medium

Vakhnenko, V.O. (2002) The inverse scattering method for the equation describing high-frequency waves in a relaxing medium. In: Nonlinear acoustics at the beginning of the 21st century. Faculty of Physics, MSU, Moscow, pp. 121-124. ISBN 5827900354

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Abstract

This chapter looks at the inverse scattering method for the equation describing high-frequency waves in a relaxing medium