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The TemperleyLieb algebra and its generalizations in the Potts and XXZ models
 L02004 (2006) [hepth/0512273
"... We discuss generalizations of the TemperleyLieb algebra in the Potts and XXZ models. These can be used to describe the addition of different types of integrable boundary terms. We use the TemperleyLieb algebra and its oneboundary, twoboundary, and periodic extensions to classify different integr ..."
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We discuss generalizations of the TemperleyLieb algebra in the Potts and XXZ models. These can be used to describe the addition of different types of integrable boundary terms. We use the TemperleyLieb algebra and its oneboundary, twoboundary, and periodic extensions to classify different
Nondiagonal reflection for the noncritical XXZ model
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"... The most general physical boundary Smatrix for the open XXZ spin chain in the noncritical regime (cosh(η)> 1) is derived starting from the bare Bethe ansazt equations. The boundary Smatrix as expected is expressed in terms of Γqfunctions. In the isotropic limit corresponding results for the o ..."
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The most general physical boundary Smatrix for the open XXZ spin chain in the noncritical regime (cosh(η)> 1) is derived starting from the bare Bethe ansazt equations. The boundary Smatrix as expected is expressed in terms of Γqfunctions. In the isotropic limit corresponding results
FERMIONIC BASIS FOR SPACE OF OPERATORS IN THE XXZ MODEL
, 2007
"... Abstract. In the recent study of correlation functions for the infinite XXZ spin chain, a new pair of anticommuting operators b(ζ),c(ζ) was introduced. They act on the space of quasilocal operators, which are local operators multiplied by the disorder operator q 2αS(0) where S(0) = 1 2 ∑ 0 j=− ∞ ..."
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Abstract. In the recent study of correlation functions for the infinite XXZ spin chain, a new pair of anticommuting operators b(ζ),c(ζ) was introduced. They act on the space of quasilocal operators, which are local operators multiplied by the disorder operator q 2αS(0) where S(0) = 1 2 ∑ 0 j
Bethe Ansatz Equations of XXZ Model and qSturmLiouville Problems
"... In this article we have discovered a close relationship between the (algebraic) Bethe Ansatz equations of the spin s XXZ model of a finite size and the qSturmLiouville problem. We have demonstrated that solutions of the Bethe Ansatz equations give rise to the polynomial solutions of a second order ..."
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In this article we have discovered a close relationship between the (algebraic) Bethe Ansatz equations of the spin s XXZ model of a finite size and the qSturmLiouville problem. We have demonstrated that solutions of the Bethe Ansatz equations give rise to the polynomial solutions of a second
The renormalization of entanglement in the anisotropic Heisenberg (XXZ) model
, 2008
"... to study the quantum information properties of the anisotropic s=1/2 Heisenberg chain. We have investigated the underlying quantum information properties like the evolution of concurrence, entanglement entropy, nonanalytic behaviours and the scaling close to the quantum critical point of the model. ..."
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to study the quantum information properties of the anisotropic s=1/2 Heisenberg chain. We have investigated the underlying quantum information properties like the evolution of concurrence, entanglement entropy, nonanalytic behaviours and the scaling close to the quantum critical point of the model
Reduced qKZ equation and correlation functions of the XXZ model
"... Abstract. Correlation functions of the XXZ model in the massive and massless regimes are known to satisfy a system of linear equations. The main relations among them are the difference equations obtained from the qKZ equation by specializing the variables (λ1, · · · , λ2n) as (λ1, · · · , λn, ..."
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Abstract. Correlation functions of the XXZ model in the massive and massless regimes are known to satisfy a system of linear equations. The main relations among them are the difference equations obtained from the qKZ equation by specializing the variables (λ1, · · · , λ2n) as (λ1, · · · , λn
Completeness of Bethe’s states for generalized XXZ model, II.
, 1996
"... For any rational number p0 ≥ 2 we prove an identity of RogersRamanujan’s type. Bijection between the space of states for XXZ model and that of XXX model is constructed. The main goal of our paper is to study a combinatorial relationship between the space of states for generalized XXZ model and that ..."
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For any rational number p0 ≥ 2 we prove an identity of RogersRamanujan’s type. Bijection between the space of states for XXZ model and that of XXX model is constructed. The main goal of our paper is to study a combinatorial relationship between the space of states for generalized XXZ model
Npoint correlation functions of the spin1 XXZ model
 Preprint CRM1896, In Press Nucl. Phys
, 1993
"... We extend the recent approach of M. Jimbo, K. Miki, T. Miwa, and A. Nakayashiki to derive an integral formula for the Npoint correlation functions of arbitrary local operators of the antiferromagnetic spin1 XXZ model. For this, we realize the quantum affine symmetry algebra Uq(su(2)2) of level 2 a ..."
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We extend the recent approach of M. Jimbo, K. Miki, T. Miwa, and A. Nakayashiki to derive an integral formula for the Npoint correlation functions of arbitrary local operators of the antiferromagnetic spin1 XXZ model. For this, we realize the quantum affine symmetry algebra Uq(su(2)2) of level 2
Thermodynamics of the Limiting Cases of the XXZ Model Without Bethe Ansatz
, 2001
"... The Heisenberg XXZ model is a chain model with nearestneighbor interactions. Its thermodynamics is exactly obtained via Bethe ansatz. Recently, we developed a method to derive the hightemperature expansion of the grand potential per site of translationally invariant chain models, with periodic bo ..."
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The Heisenberg XXZ model is a chain model with nearestneighbor interactions. Its thermodynamics is exactly obtained via Bethe ansatz. Recently, we developed a method to derive the hightemperature expansion of the grand potential per site of translationally invariant chain models, with periodic
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