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    SU(3) dibaryons in the Einstein-Skyrme model

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    SU(3) collective coordinate quantization to the regular solution of the B=2 axially symmetric Einstein-Skyrme system is performed. For the symmetry breaking term, a perturbative treatment as well as the exact diagonalization method called Yabu-Ando approach are used. The effect of the gravity on the mass spectra of the SU(3) dibaryons and the symmetry breaking term is studied in detail. In the strong gravity limit, the symmetry breaking term significantly reduces and exact SU(3) flavor symmetry is recovered.Comment: 9 pages, 14 figure

    On correlation functions of integrable models associated to the six-vertex R-matrix

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    We derive an analog of the master equation obtained recently for correlation functions of the XXZ chain for a wide class of quantum integrable systems described by the R-matrix of the six-vertex model, including in particular continuum models. This generalized master equation allows us to obtain multiple integral representations for the correlation functions of these models. We apply this method to derive the density-density correlation functions of the quantum non-linear Schrodinger model.Comment: 21 page

    Quantum affine transformation group and covariant differential calculus

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    We discuss quantum deformation of the affine transformation group and its Lie algebra. It is shown that the quantum algebra has a non-cocommutative Hopf algebra structure, simple realizations and quantum tensor operators. The deformation of the group is achieved by using the adjoint representation. The elements of quantum matrix form a Hopf algebra. Furthermore, we construct a differential calculus which is covariant with respect to the action of the quantum matrix.Comment: LaTeX 22 pages OS-GE-34-94 RCNP-05

    The Functional Integral for a Free Particle on a Half-Plane

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    A free non-relativistic particle moving in two dimensions on a half-plane can be described by self-adjoint Hamiltonians characterized by boundary conditions imposed on the systems. The most general boundary condition is parameterized in terms of the elements of an infinite-dimensional matrix. We construct the Brownian functional integral for each of these self-adjoint Hamiltonians. Non-local boundary conditions are implemented by allowing the paths striking the boundary to jump to other locations on the boundary. Analytic continuation in time results in the Green's functions of the Schrodinger equation satisfying the boundary condition characterizing the self-adjoint Hamiltonian.Comment: 16 page

    Laughlin states on the sphere as representations of Uq(sl(2))

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    We discuss quantum algebraic structures of the systems of electrons or quasiparticles on a sphere of which center a magnetic monople is located on. We verify that the deformation parameter is related to the filling ratio of the particles in each case.Comment: 8 pages, Late

    A useful modification of the Wright spirometer

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    Spirometer modification to permit computer reduction of respiratory flow dat
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