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This publication offers a close derivation of the spectral homes of the Recursion Operators permitting one to derive the entire primary houses of the soliton equations and to review their hierarchies. therefore it's verified that the inverse scattering technique for fixing soliton equations is a nonlinear generalization of the Fourier transform.
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