Scattering of massless particles in one-dimensional chiral channel

@article{Pletyukhov2012ScatteringOM,
  title={Scattering of massless particles in one-dimensional chiral channel},
  author={Mikhail Pletyukhov and Vladimir Gritsev},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2012}
}
We present a general formalism describing a propagation of an arbitrary multiparticle wave packet in a one-dimensional multimode chiral channel coupled to an ensemble of emitters which are distributed at arbitrary positions. The formalism is based on a direct and exact resummation of diagrammatic series for the multiparticle scattering matrix. It is complimentary to the Bethe Ansatz and to approaches based on equations of motion, and it reveals a simple and transparent structure of scattering… Expand

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