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    Alexander I. Bobenko,Ruedi Seiler
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Oxford Lecture Series in Mathematics and Its Applications

Oxford Lecture Series in Mathematics and Its Applications. The mathematical concepts of discrete geometry and discrete integrable systems are firstly presented as fundamental and valuable theories in themselves. I: GEOMETRY; 1. A. Bobenko & U. Pinkall; Discretization of Surfaces and Integrable Systems; 2. U. Hertrich-Jeromin, T. Hoffmann & U. Pinkall; A Discrete Version of the Darboux Transform for Isothermic Surfaces Darboux Transform for Isothermic Surfaces; 3. T. Hoffmann; Discrete Amsler Surfaces and a Discrete Painleve III Equation; 4. Hoffmann; Discrete cmc Surfaces and Discrete Holomorphic Maps; 5. Bobenko & W. Schief

Discretization of surfaces and integrable systems, Discrete integrable geometry and physics (. Bobenko and R. Seiler, ed., Oxford Lecture Series in Mathematics and its Applications, vol. 16, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1999, pp. 3–58. Lectures on Polytopes.

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Discrete differential geometry. Oxford lecture series in mathematics and its applications 16, 3-58, 1999. Communications in mathematical physics 204 (1), 147-188, 1999. Discrete Time Lagrangian Mechanics on Lie Groups,¶ with an Application to the Lagrange Top. AI Bobenko, YB Suris. Minimal surfaces from circle patterns: Geometry from combinatorics. AI Bobenko, T Hoffmann, BA Springborn. Annals of Mathematics, 231-264, 2006. Linear and nonlinear theories of discrete analytic functions. Integrable structure and isomonodromic Green’s function. AI Bobenko, C Mercat, YB Suris.

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Recent interactions between the fields of geometry, classical and quantum dynamical systems, and the visualization of geometric objects have led to the observation that most concepts of surface theory and of the theory of integrable systems have natural discrete analogues. For these analogues the corresponding difference equations are often integrable, which has in turn led to important results in such areas as condensed matter physics and quantum field theory. This book combines the efforts of a distinguished team of authors from various fields in mathematics and physics to provide an accessible overview of the subject. The book begins with the mathematical concepts of discrete geometry and discrete integrable systems, which are interesting on their own, and then proceeds to develop the many connections with classical and quantum dynamics.