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The correspondence between ordinary differential equations and Bethe ansatz equations for integrable lattice models in their continuum limits is generalised to vertex models related to classical… (More)
We study the renormalisation group flows between minimal W models by means of a new set of nonlinear integral equations which provide access to the effective central charge of both unitary and… (More)
In this work we define a formal notion of a quantum phase crossover for certain Bethe ansatz solvable models. The approach we adopt exploits an exact mapping of the spectrum of a many-body integrable… (More)
We review a recently-discovered link between the functional relations approach to integrable quantum field theories and the properties of certain ordinary differential equations in the complex domain.
led Bender and Boettcher to conjecture that under suitable boundary conditions the spectrum of (1) was entirely real and positive provided M ≥ 1 . Bender and Boettcher also noticed the relevance… (More)
We review a surprising correspondence between certain two-dimensional integrable models and the spectral theory of ordinary differential equations. Particular emphasis is given to the relevance of… (More)
We propose nonlinear integral equations to describe the groundstate energy of the fractional supersymmetric sine-Gordonmodels. The equations encompass theN = 1 supersymmetric sine-Gordonmodel as well… (More)
This article reviews a recently-discovered link between integrable quantum field theories and certain ordinary differential equations in the complex domain. Along the way, aspects of PT-symmetric… (More)
We outline a relationship between conformal field theories and spectral problems of ordinary differential equations, and discuss its generalisation to models related to classical Lie algebras.