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Abelian solutions of the KP equation

@inproceedings{IKrichever2008AbelianSO,
  title={Abelian solutions of the KP equation},
  author={I.Krichever and T.Shiota},
  year={2008}
}
We introduce the notion of abelian solutions of KP equations and show that all of them are algebro-geometric. 

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