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Inhomogeneous spin $q$-Whittaker polynomials

  title={Inhomogeneous spin \$q\$-Whittaker polynomials},
  author={Alexei Borodin and Sergei Korotkikh},
We introduce and study an inhomogeneous generalization of the spin q-Whittaker polynomials from [BW17]. These are symmetric polynomials, and we prove a branching rule, skew dual and non-dual Cauchy identities, and an integral representation for them. Our main tool is a novel family of deformed Yang-Baxter equations. 
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