169 research outputs found

    Annihilation Poles for Form Factors in XXZ Model

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    The annihilation poles for the form factors in XXZ model are studied using vertex operators introduced in \cite{DFJMN}. An annihilation pole is the property of form factors according to which the residue of the 2n2n-particle form factor in such a pole can be expressed through linear combination of the 2n22n-2-particle form factors. To prove this property we use the bosonization of the vertex operators in XXZ model which was invented in \cite{JMMN}.Comment: 15 pages, LATeX, RIMS-93

    Quantum relativistic Toda chain at root of unity: isospectrality, modified Q-operator and functional Bethe ansatz

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    We investigate an N-state spin model called quantum relativistic Toda chain and based on the unitary finite dimensional representations of the Weyl algebra with q being N-th primitive root of unity. Parameters of the finite dimensional representation of the local Weyl algebra form the classical discrete integrable system. Nontrivial dynamics of the classical counterpart corresponds to isospectral transformations of the spin system. Similarity operators are constructed with the help of modified Baxter's Q-operators. The classical counterpart of the modified Q-operator for the initial homogeneous spin chain is a Baecklund transformation. This transformation creates an extra Hirota-type soliton in a parameterization of the chain structure. Special choice of values of solitonic amplitudes yields a degeneration of spin eigenstates, leading to the quantum separation of variables, or the functional Bethe ansatz. A projector to the separated eigenstates is constructed explicitly as a product of modified Q-operators.Comment: 52 pages, LaTeX2

    On the Continuum Limit of the Conformal Matrix Models

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    The double scaling limit of a new class of the multi-matrix models proposed in \cite{MMM91}, which possess the WW-symmetry at the discrete level, is investigated in details. These models are demonstrated to fall into the same universality class as the standard multi-matrix models. In particular, the transformation of the W-algebra at the discrete level into the continuum one of the paper \cite{FKN91a} is proposed, the corresponding partition functions being compared. All calculations are demonstrated in full in the first non-trivial case of W(3)W^{(3)}-constraints.Comment: FIAN/TD-5/92, LaTeX, 32p