Strongly interacting trapped one-dimensional quantum gases: Exact solution

  title={Strongly interacting trapped one-dimensional quantum gases: Exact solution},
  author={Anna Minguzzi and Patrizia Vignolo},
  journal={AVS Quantum Science},
Understanding the effect of correlations in interacting many-body systems is one of the main challenges in quantum mechanics. While the general problem can only be addressed by approximate methods and numerical simulations, in some limiting cases, it is amenable to exact solutions. This Review collects the predictions coming from a family of exact solutions which allows us to obtain the many-body wavefunction of strongly correlated quantum fluids confined by a tight waveguide and subjected to… 
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