EXCITED STATE DESTRI - DE VEGA EQUATION FOR SINE-GORDON AND RESTRICTED SINE-GORDON MODELS

@article{Fioravanti1997EXCITEDSD,
  title={EXCITED STATE DESTRI - DE VEGA EQUATION FOR SINE-GORDON AND RESTRICTED SINE-GORDON MODELS},
  author={Davide Fioravanti and Aldo Mariottini and E. Quattrini and Francesco Ravanini},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={1997},
  volume={390},
  pages={243-251}
}
Abstract We derive a generalization of the Destri-De Vega equation governing the scaling functions of some excited states in the sine-Gordon theory. In particular, configurations with an even number of holes and no strings are analyzed and their UV limits found to match some of the conformal dimensions of the corresponding compactified massless free boson. Quantum group reduction allows to interpret some of our results as scaling functions of excited states of Restricted sine-Gordon theory, i.e… Expand

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