Confinement‚ solitons and the equivalence between the sine-Gordon and massive Thirring models

  title={Confinement‚ solitons and the equivalence between the sine-Gordon and massive Thirring models},
  author={H. Blas and L. A. Ferreira},
  journal={Nuclear Physics},
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Generalized sine-Gordon/massive Thirring models and soliton/particle correspondences

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Tau-functions and dressing transformations for zero-curvature affine integrable equations

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Classical solutions of the massive Thirring model are found that describe the fermion constituent solitons of multisoliton solutions of the sine-Gordon equation. The construction of these fermion