The determinant representation for quantum correlation functions of the sinh-Gordon model

@article{Korepin1998TheDR,
  title={The determinant representation for quantum correlation functions of the sinh-Gordon model},
  author={Vladimir E. Korepin and Nikita Andreevich Slavnov},
  journal={Journal of Physics A},
  year={1998},
  volume={31},
  pages={9283-9295}
}
We consider the quantum sinh-Gordon model in this paper. Form factors in this model were calculated by Mussardo and colleagues. We sum up all contributions of form factors and obtain a closed expression for a correlation function. This expression is a determinant of an integral operator. Similar determinant representations have been proven to be useful not only in the theory of correlation functions, but also in matrix models. 
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