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Lecture notes on Generalised Hydrodynamics

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Lecture notes on Generalised Hydrodynamics
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Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 96

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I overview in a pedagogical fashion the main aspects of the theory of generalised hydrodynamics, a hydrodynamic theory for quantum and classical many-body integrable systems. Only very basic knowledge of hydrodynamics and integrable systems is assumed.

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