q-­БРИЗЕРЫ: ОТ ПАРАДОКСА ФЕРМИ–ПАСТЫ–УЛАМА ДО АНОМАЛЬНОЙ ТЕПЛОПРОВОДНОСТИ¤

В статье дается обзор актуальных проблем нелинейной физики, в которых теория q-­бризеров – точных периодических решений, экспоненциально локализованных в модовом пространстве – находит применение.

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