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Integrable Euler top and nonholonomic Chaplygin ball

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  • We discuss the Poisson structures, Lax matrices, $r$-matrices, bi-hamiltonian structures, the variables of separation and other attributes of the modern theory of dynamical systems in application to the integrable Euler top and to the nonholonomic Chaplygin ball.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 34D20; Secondary: 70E40, 37J35.

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