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    On the deformation of abelian integrals

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    We consider the deformation of abelian integrals which arose from the study of SG form factors. Besides the known properties they are shown to satisfy Riemann bilinear identity. The deformation of intersection number of cycles on hyperelliptic curve is introduced.Comment: 8 pages, AMSTE

    Gauge-Invariant Differential Renormalization: Abelian Case

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    A new version of differential renormalization is presented. It is based on pulling out certain differential operators and introducing a logarithmic dependence into diagrams. It can be defined either in coordinate or momentum space, the latter being more flexible for treating tadpoles and diagrams where insertion of counterterms generates tadpoles. Within this version, gauge invariance is automatically preserved to all orders in Abelian case. Since differential renormalization is a strictly four-dimensional renormalization scheme it looks preferable for application in each situation when dimensional renormalization meets difficulties, especially, in theories with chiral and super symmetries. The calculation of the ABJ triangle anomaly is given as an example to demonstrate simplicity of calculations within the presented version of differential renormalization.Comment: 15 pages, late

    On one-point functions for sinh-Gordon model at finite temperature

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    Using fermionic basis we conjecture the exact formulae for the expectation values of local fields in sinh-Gordon model. The conjecture is checked against previously known results.Comment: 21 pages, some explanation on relation to the lattice model is adde

    One point functions of fermionic operators in the Super Sine Gordon model

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    We describe the integrable structure of the space of local operators for the supersymmetric sine-Gordon model. Namely, we conjecture that this space is created by acting on the primary fields by fermions and a Kac-Moody current. We proceed with the computation of the one-point functions. In the UV limit they are shown to agree with the alternative results obtained by solving the reflection relations.Comment: 34 pages, two figure

    Infinite Quantum Group Symmetry of Fields in Massive 2D Quantum Field Theory

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    Starting from a given S-matrix of an integrable quantum field theory in 1+11+1 dimensions, and knowledge of its on-shell quantum group symmetries, we describe how to extend the symmetry to the space of fields. This is accomplished by introducing an adjoint action of the symmetry generators on fields, and specifying the form factors of descendents. The braiding relations of quantum field multiplets is shown to be given by the universal \CR-matrix. We develop in some detail the case of infinite dimensional Yangian symmetry. We show that the quantum double of the Yangian is a Hopf algebra deformation of a level zero Kac-Moody algebra that preserves its finite dimensional Lie subalgebra. The fields form infinite dimensional Verma-module representations; in particular the energy-momentum tensor and isotopic current are in the same multiplet.Comment: 29 page
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