We develop Darboux transformations (DTs) and their associated Crum’s formulas for two Schrödinger-type difference equations that are themselves discretized versions of the spectral problems of the KdV and modified KdV equations. With DTs viewed as a discretization process, classes of semidiscrete and fully discrete KdV-type systems, including the lattice versions of the potential KdV, potential modified KdV, and Schwarzian KdV equations, arise as the consistency condition for the differential/difference spectral problems and their DTs. The integrability of the underlying lattice models, such as Lax pairs, multidimensional consistency, τ-functions, and soliton solutions, can be easily obtained by directly applying the discrete Crum’s formulas.
|ジャーナル||Theoretical and Mathematical Physics(Russian Federation)|
|出版ステータス||Published - 2020 2月 1|
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