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The study of integrable systems has opened new horizons in classical physics over the past few decades, particularly in the subatomic world. Yet despite the field now having reached a level of maturity, very few books provide an introduction to the field accessible to specialists and nonspecialists alike, and none offer a systematic survey of the more recent advances.
This book presents and clarifies the developments of the last ten years in quantum integrable systems. After a preliminary discussion of the fundamentals of classical nonlinear integrable systems, the authors explore the quantum domain. Their approach emphasizes physical systems and the use of concrete examples, and they take care to establish the relationship between new and older methods. The presentation includes the first comprehensive discussion of the quantum Bäcklund transformation Q-operator and various techniques related to algebraic Bethe Ansatz that are not available elsewhere in book form.
In Quantum Integrable Systems, researchers active in the field have an up-to-date source for recent advances and new techniques, and nonspecialists finally have an accessible introduction to the concepts and basic tools they need to explore and exploit the wide-ranging applicability of the subject.
Table of Contents
NONLINEAR SYSTEMS AND CLASSICAL IST Introduction Definition of Integrability Lax Pair Technique Inverse Scattering Transform Hamiltonian Structure COORDINATE BETHE ANSATZ Introduction Nonlinear Systems and the CBA Fermionic System Boundary Condition in Bethe Ansatz Heisenberg Spin Chain Spin of the Bethe Ansatz State Other Integrable Models YANG-BAXTER EQUATION Introduction General Description Factorized Scattering Baxter's Star Triangle Relation Vertex Models Reflection Equation Algebra CONTINUOUS INTEGRABLE SYSTEMS Introduction Quantum Continuous Integrable Systems Conserved Quantities Nonultralocal systems and the YBE Operator Product Expansion and YBE Finite Boundary Conditions Modified Classical Yang-Baxter Equation ALGEBRAIC BETHE ANSATZ Introduction Discrete Self Trapping Model Asymmetric XXZ Model in a Magnetic Field Analytical Bethe Ansatz Off-Shell Bethe Ansatz Nested Bethe Ansatz Fusion Procedure Fusion Procedure for Open chains Fusion Procedure for Transfer Matrices Application of Fusion Procedure INTEGRABLE LONG-RANGE MODELS Introduction Long-Range Models from the ABA Symmetry Transformation Calogero-Moser Models SEPARATION OF VARIABLES Introduction Hamilton-Jacobi Equation Sklyanin's Method for SoV Goryachev-Chaplygin Top Quantum Case and the Role of Lie Algebra Bi-Hamiltonian Structure and SoV SoV for GCM Model SoV and Boundary Conditions BÄCKLUND TRANSFORMATIONS Introduction Permutability Theorem Bäcklund Transformations and Classical Inverse Scattering Bäcklund Transformations from Riccati Equation Darboux Bäcklund Transformations The Exponential Lattice Canonical Transformations Group Property of Bäcklund Transformations Recent Developments in Bäcklund Transformation Theory Sklyanin's Formalism for Canonical Bäcklund Transformations Extended Phase Space Method Quantization of Bäcklund Transformations Method of Projection Operators QUANTUM GLM EQUATION Introduction Quantum GLM Equation Quantum Floquet Function Exact Quantization Quantum GLM Equation in a Continuous System Bound States and an Alternative Approach APPENDICES Direct Product Calculus Grassman Algebra Bethe Ansatz Equation AKNS Problem BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX
"The authors present the recent studies of the quantum inverse scattering method and problems related to it." -Zentralblatt MATH
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