Exact Heisenberg operator solutions for multiparticle quantum mechanics

  title={Exact Heisenberg operator solutions for multiparticle quantum mechanics},
  author={Satoru Odake and Ryu Sasaki},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Physics},
Exact Heisenberg operator solutions for independent ‘sinusoidal coordinates’ as many as the degree of freedom are derived for typical exactly solvable multi-particle quantum mechanical systems, the Calogero systems based on any root system. These Heisenberg operator solutions also present the explicit forms of the annihilation-creation operators for various quanta in the interacting multi-particle systems. At the same time they can be interpreted as multi-variable generalisation of the three… 

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