Gerald Jüttner

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Functional relations among the fusion hierarchy of quantum transfer matrices give a novel derivation of the TBA equations, namely without string hypothesis. This is demonstrated for two important models of 1D highly correlated electron systems, the supersymmetric t − J model and the supersymmetric extended Hubbard model. As a consequence, " the excited(More)
The sl q (2)-quantum group invariant spin 1/2 XXZ-Heisenberg model with open boundary conditions is investigated by means of the Bethe ansatz. As is well known, quantum groups for q equal to a root of unity possess a finite number of " good " representations with non-zero q-dimension and " bad " ones with vanishing q-dimension. Correspondingly, the state(More)
We present a novel treatment of finite temperature properties of the one-dimensional Hubbard model. Our approach is based on a Trotter-Suzuki mapping utilizing Shastry's classical model and a subsequent investigation of the quantum transfer matrix. We derive non-linear integral equations for three auxiliary functions which have a clear physical(More)
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