New Objects in Scattering Theory with Symmetries

Abstract

We consider 1D quantum scattering problem for a Hamiltonian with symmetries. We show that the proper treatment of symmetries in the spirit of homological algebra leads to new objects, generalizing the well known T- and K-matrices. Homological treatment implies that old objects and new ones are be combined in a differential. This differential arises from homotopy transfer of induced interaction and symmetries on solutions of free equations of motion. Therefore, old and new objects satisfy remarkable quadratic equations. We construct an explicit example in SUSY QM on S1S^1 demonstrating nontriviality of the above relation

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