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On matrix Painlev\'e-4 equations. Part 2: Isomonodromic Lax pairs

@inproceedings{Bobrova2021OnMP,
  title={On matrix Painlev\'e-4 equations. Part 2: Isomonodromic Lax pairs},
  author={Irina Bobrova and Vladimir Sokolov},
  year={2021}
}
For all non-equivalent matrix systems of Painlevé-4 type found by authors in [4], isomonodromic Lax pairs are presented. Limiting transitions from these systems to matrix Painlevé-2 equations are found. 
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