FK-DLR properties of a quantum multi-type Bose-gas with a repulsive interaction

@article{Suhov2013FKDLRPO,
  title={FK-DLR properties of a quantum multi-type Bose-gas with a repulsive interaction},
  author={Yuri M. Suhov and Izabella Stuhl},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Physics},
  year={2013},
  volume={55},
  pages={083306}
}
The paper extends earlier results from Suhov and Kelbert [“FK-DLR states of a quantum Bose-gas with a hardcore interaction,” arXiv:1304.0782] and Suhov et al. [“Shift-invariance for FK-DLR states of a 2D quantum Bose-gas,” arXiv:1304.4177] about infinite-volume quantum bosonic states (FK-DLR states) to the case of multi-type particles with non-negative interactions. (An example is a quantum Widom–Rowlinson model.) Following the strategy from Suhov and Kelbert and Suhov et al., we establish that… 

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