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**N. M. Bogoliubov,A. G. Izergin,V. E. Korepin**

- Author:N. M. Bogoliubov,A. G. Izergin,V. E. Korepin
- ISBN:0521373204
- ISBN13:978-0521373203
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- Publisher:Cambridge University Press (August 27, 1993)
- Pages:575 pages
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The quantum inverse scattering method is a means of finding exact solutions of two-dimensional models in quantum field theory and statistical physics (such as the sine-Gordon equation or the quantum nonlinear Schrödinger equation)

The quantum inverse scattering method is a means of finding exact solutions of two-dimensional models in quantum field theory and statistical physics (such as the sine-Gordon equation or the quantum nonlinear Schrödinger equation). This introduction to this important and exciting area first deals with the Bethe ansatz and calculation of physical quantities. The authors then tackle the theory of the quantum inverse scattering method before applying it in the second half of the book to the calculation of correlation functions. This is one of the most important applications of the method and the.

Quantum inverse scattering method. The quantum inverse scattering method relates two different approaches: the Bethe ansatz, a method of solving integrable quantum models in one space and one time dimension; the Inverse scattering transform, a method of solving classical integrable differential equations of the evolutionary type.

Title:Quantum Inverse Scattering Method and Correlation Functions. Submitted on 25 Jan 1993). Abstract: The book contain detailed explanation of Bethe Ansatz, Quantum Inverse Scattering Method and Algebraic Bether Ansatz as well. Main Models are Nonlinear Schrodinger equation (one dimensional Bose gas), Sine-Gordon and Thiring models. Heisenberg Antiferromagnet and Hubbard models. It is explained in detail, how to calculate correlation functions.

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The quantum inverse scattering method is a means of finding exact solutions of two-dimensional models in quantum field theory and statistical physics (such as the sine-Gordon equation or the quantum non-linear Schrödinger equation). These models are the subject of much attention amongst physicists and mathematicians.

1985) Quantum inverse scattering method and correlation functions. Singh V. (eds) Exactly Solvable Problems in Condensed Matter and Relativistic Field Theory. Lecture Notes in Physics, vol 242. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. First Online 18 July 2005.

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In mathematics, the quantum inverse scattering method is a method for solving integrable models in 1+1 dimensions, introduced by L. Faddeev in about 1979. This method led to the formulation of quantum groups. Especially interesting is the Yangian, and the center of the Yangian is given by the quantum determinant. Korepin, V. Bogoliubov, N. Izergin, A. G. (1993), Quantum inverse scattering method and correlation functions, Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-37320-3, MR 1245942.

QUANTUM INVERS E SCATTERING METHO D AND CORRELATION FUNCTION S V. E. KOREPI N Institute for . KOREPI N Institute for Theoretical Physics, State University of New Y ork at Stony Broo k N. BOGOLIUBOV St Petersburg Department of Mathematical Institute of A cademy of Sciences of Russia, POM I A. IZERGIN St Petersburg Department of Mathematical Institute of A cademy of Sciences of Russia, POMI