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It is also solvable by the ISM applied to the gauge-transformed Lax pair. In Sect. 1, we introduce the group of gauge transformations of the Lax representations. We also explain how one can take out the auxiliary gauge degrees of freedom by properly ﬁxing up the gauge. Thus the ZS system provides us a good example of such ﬁxing. Another important example is known as the pole gauge; the corresponding Lax operator is ˜ ψ(x, t, λ) ≡ i dψ − λS(x, t)ψ(x, t, λ) = 0 . 76) In Sect. 2, we outline how the AKNS approach should be modiﬁed in order to handle the gauge-equivalent systems.