[1] E.Joergensen, V.P.Koshelets, R.Monaco, J.Mygind, M.Salerno, and M.R.Samuelsen,
Thermal fluctuations in resonant motion of fluxons on a Josephson transmission line: Theory and Experiment,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 49, 1093-1096 (1982).

[2] M.Salerno, E.Joergensen, M.R.Samuelsen,
Phonons and solitons in the thermal sine-Gordon system,
Phys. Rev. B30, 2635-2639 (1984).

[3] S.De Filippo, M.Fusco Girard, M.Salerno,
Avoided crossing and next neighbor level spacings for the quantum DST equation,
Nonlinearity 2, 477-487 (1989).

[4] S.De Filippo, M.Fusco Girard, M.Salerno,
Semiclassical analysis of the eigenstate Wigner functions for the Discrete Self Trapping equation,
Phys. Lett. A146, 313 (1990).

[5] Mario Salerno,
Phase-locking chaos in long Josephson junctions,
Phys. Lett. A144, 453 (1990).

[6] M.Salerno,M.R.Samuelsen,G.Filatrella,S.Pagano, R.D.Parmentier,
Microwave phase locking of Josephson-junction fluxon oscillators,
Phys. Rev. B41, 6641 (1990).

[7] Mario Salerno,
Suppression of phase-locking chaos in long Josephson junctions by biharmonic microwave fields,
Phys. Rev. B44, 2720 (1991).

[8] V.Enol'skii , M.Salerno,
On the calculation of the energy spectrum of quantum integrable systems,
Phys. Lett. A155, 121-125 (1991).

[9] Mario Salerno,
Discrete model for DNA promoters dynamics,
Phys. Rev. A44, 5292-5297 (1991).

[10] Mario Salerno,
Dynamical properties of DNA promoters,
Phys. Lett. A167, 49-53 (1992).

[11] Mario Salerno,
Lyapunov exponent analysis of fluxon oscillations in long Josephson junctions,
Phys. Lett. A160, 419-423 (1992).

[12] Mario Salerno,
A new method to solve the quantum Ablowitz-Ladik system,
Phys. Lett. A162, 381-384 (1992).

[13] Mario Salerno,
Quantum deformations of the discrete nonlinear Schrödinger equation,
Phys. Rev. A46, 6856-6859 (1992).

[14] V.Z. Enol'skii, M.Salerno, A.C.Scott and J.C.Eilbeck
There is more than one way to skin Schrödinger's cat
Physica D53, 1-24 (1992).

[15] N.Gronbech-Jensen, Y.S.Kivshar, M.Salerno
Solitons on oscillating and rotating backgrounds,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 70, 3181-3184, (1993).

[16] Mario Salerno,
Bose-Einstein condensation in a system of q-bosons,
Phys. Rev. E50, 4528-4530 (1994).

[17] D.Cai,N.Gronbech-Jensen,A.R.Bishop, M.Salerno,
Electric-field-induced nonlinear Bloch oscillations and dynamical localization,
Phys.Rev.Lett. 74, 1186-1189 (1995).

[18] Mario Salerno,
The Hubbard model on a complete graph: Exact Analytical results,
Zeitschrift fur Physik B99, 469-471 (1996).

[19] Mario Salerno,
Exact analytical solutions of the Hubbard model with unconstrained hopping,
Physica Scripta 54, 32-35 (1996).

[20] Mario Salerno,
Ferromagnetic ground states of the Hubbard model on a complete graph,
Zeitschrift fur Physik B101, 619-621 (1996)

[21] Mario Salerno,
SO(4) invariant basis functions for strongly correlated Fermi systems,
Phys. Lett. A217, 268-273 (1996).

[22] V.Z.Enolskii, M.Salerno,
Lax representation for two-particle dynamics splitting on two tori,
J. Phys. A17, L425-431 (1996).

[23] V.I. Konotop, M.Salerno,
Dark and bright shock waves in the generalized discrete nonlinear Schrödinger equation,
Phys. Rev. E56, 3611-3618 (1997).

[24] V.I. Konotop, M.Salerno, S.Takeno,
Shock waves in a chain of two-level atoms with exchange and dipole-dipole interactions
Phys. Rev. E56, 7240-7245 (1997).

[25] Mario Salerno,
On the link between SO(4) invariance and Bethe states of the 1D Hubbard model,
Physica D119, 200-204 (1998).

[26] V.I. Konotop, M.Salerno, S.Takeno,
Shock waves in the one dimensional Heisenberg ferromagnet,
Phys. Rev. B58, 14892 (1998).

[27] M.Salerno and M.R.Samuelsen,
Phase Locking and Flux Flow Resonances in Josephson Oscillators driven by homogeneous microwave fields,
Phys. Rev. B59, 14653-14658 (1999).

[28] M.Salerno and M.R.Samuelsen,
Josephson flux-flow oscillators in non uniform microwave fields,
Phys. Rev. B 61, (2000) 99-102.

[29] V.B.Kutznetsov, M. Salerno, and E.K.Sklyanin,
Quantum Backlund transformations for the integrable DST model,
J.Phys. A 33, (2000) 171-189.

[30] V. Popkov and M. Salerno,
Quantum shock waves in the Heisenberg XY model,
Phys. Rev B 62, (2000) 352.

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