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Soliton equations in N-dimensions as exact reductions of Self-Dual Yang-Mills equation IV. The mM-LXII and Bogomolny equations

@article{Myrzakul1999SolitonEI,
  title={Soliton equations in N-dimensions as exact reductions of Self-Dual Yang-Mills equation IV. The mM-LXII and Bogomolny equations},
  author={Kur. R. Myrzakul and Ratbay Myrzakulov},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
  year={1999}
}
Some aspects of the multidimensional soliton geometry are considered. The relation between soliton equations in 2+1 dimensions and the Self-Dual Yang-Mills and Bogomolny equations are discussed. 

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