Quantum physics in one dimension

@inproceedings{Giamarchi2004QuantumPI,
  title={Quantum physics in one dimension},
  author={Thierry Giamarchi},
  year={2004}
}
1. Peculiarities of d=1 2. Bosonization 3. Luttinger liquids 4. Refinements 5. Microscopic methods 6. Spin 1/2 chains 7. Interacting fermions on a lattice 8. Coupled fermionic chains 9. Disordered systems 10. Boundaries and isolated impurities 11. Significant others A. Basics of many body B. Not so important fine technical points C. Correlation functions D. Bosonization directory E. Sine-Gordon F. Numerical solution 

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