Exactly solvable models with -symmetry and with an asymmetric coupling of channels

@article{Znojil2005ExactlySM,
  title={Exactly solvable models with -symmetry and with an asymmetric coupling of channels},
  author={M. Znojil},
  journal={Journal of Physics A},
  year={2005},
  volume={39},
  pages={4047-4061}
}
  • M. Znojil
  • Published 2005
  • Physics
  • Journal of Physics A
Bound states generated by the K coupled -symmetric square wells are studied in a series of models where the Hamiltonians are assumed -pseudo-Hermitian and -symmetric. Specific rotation-like generalized parities are considered such that at some integers N. We show how our assumptions make the models exactly solvable and quasi-Hermitian. This means that they possess the real spectra as well as the standard probabilistic interpretation. 
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