The bulk-edge correspondence in three simple cases

@article{Shapiro2017TheBC,
  title={The bulk-edge correspondence in three simple cases},
  author={Jacob Shapiro},
  journal={Reviews in Mathematical Physics},
  year={2017}
}
  • Jacob Shapiro
  • Published 29 October 2017
  • Mathematics, Physics
  • Reviews in Mathematical Physics
We present examples in three symmetry classes of topological insulators in one or two dimensions where the proof of the bulk-edge correspondence is particularly simple. This serves to illustrate the mechanism behind the bulk-edge principle without the overhead of the more general proofs which are available. We also give a new formula for the [Formula: see text]-index of our time-reversal invariant systems inspired by Moore and Balents. 

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