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Poisson vertex algebra

A Poisson vertex algebra is a unital commutative associative algebra with a derivation and a λ\lambda-bracket; it has to satisfy the axioms of a Lie conformal algebra; and the λ\lambda-bracket and the multiplication form a Poisson algebra (i.e. satisfy the Leibniz rule). It is a Poisson analogue of a conformal Lie algebra.

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Non-local Poisson vertex algebras are studied with applications to the study of integrability of Hamiltonian PDE-s in

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