Higher dimensional multiparameter unitary and nonunitary braid matrices: Even dimensions

@article{Abdesselam2007HigherDM,
  title={Higher dimensional multiparameter unitary and nonunitary braid matrices: Even dimensions},
  author={Boucif Abdesselam and Amitabha Chakrabarti and Vladimir Dobrev and S. G. Mihov},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Physics},
  year={2007},
  volume={48},
  pages={103505-103505}
}
A class of (2n)2×(2n)2 multiparameter braid matrices are presented for all n(n⩾1). Apart from the spectral parameter θ, they depend on 2n2 free parameters mij(±), i,j=1,…,n. For real parameters, the matrices R(θ) are nonunitary. For purely imaginary parameters, they became unitary. Thus, a unification is achieved with odd dimensional multiparameter solutions presented before. 

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