Algebraic Aspects of the Bethe Ansatz

@article{Faddeev1994AlgebraicAO,
  title={Algebraic Aspects of the Bethe Ansatz},
  author={Ludwig D. Faddeev},
  journal={International Journal of Modern Physics A},
  year={1994},
  volume={10},
  pages={1845-1878}
}
  • L. Faddeev
  • Published 4 April 1994
  • Mathematics
  • International Journal of Modern Physics A
In this article an introduction to the algebraic aspects of the Bethe ansatz is given. The applications to the seminal spin 1/2 XXX model are discussed in detail and the generalization to higher spin as well as XXZ and the lattice sine-Gordon model are indicated. The origin of quantum groups and their appearance in CFT models are explained. The text can be considered as a guide to the research papers in this field. 

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