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The canonical quantization of the WZNW model provides a complete set of exchange relations in the enlarged chiral state spaces that include the Gauss components M±, M̄± of the monodromy matrices M ,… (More)

The canonical approach to the chiral SU(n) WZNW model with a monodromy independent r{matrix is reviewed. Taking the quantum group symmetry of the model (which re ects its classical Poisson{Lie… (More)

The zero modes of the chiral SU(n) WZNW model give rise to an intertwining quantum matrix algebra A generated by an n×n matrix a = (aα) , i, α = 1, . . . , n (with noncommuting entries) and by… (More)

We define the chiral zero modes’ phase space of the G = SU(n) Wess-Zumino-Novikov-Witten (WZNW) model as an (n − 1)(n + 2)dimensional manifold Mq equipped with a symplectic form Ωq involving a… (More)

The quantum dynamical Yang–Baxter (or Gervais–Neveu–Felder) equation defines an R-matrix R̂(p) , where p stands for a set of mutually commuting variables. A family of SL(n)-type solutions of this… (More)

A zero modes’ Fock space Fq is constructed for the extended chiral su(2) WZNW model. It gives room to a realization of the Grothendieck fusion ring of representations of the restricted quantum… (More)

Dynamical R-matrix relations are derived for the group-valued chiral vertex operators in the SU(n) WZNW model from the KZ equation for a general four-point function including two step operators. They… (More)

Chiral conformal blocks in a rational conformal field theory are a far going extension of Gauss hypergeometric functions. The associated monodromy representations of Artin's braid group capture the… (More)

The left and right zero modes of the SU(n) WZNW model give rise to a pair of isomorphic mutually commuting algebras A and A . Here A is the quantum matrix algebra [1] generated by an n× n matrix a =… (More)