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Vector discrete systems and the coalgebra symmetry

  title={Vector discrete systems and the coalgebra symmetry},
  author={Giorgio Gubbiotti and D. Latini and Benjamin K Tapley},
In this paper we introduce the notion of coalgebra symmetry for discrete systems. We use this concept to prove the integrability of several N -dimensional vector systems which are generalisations of well-known onedimensional discrete integrable systems. 

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