Yang–Baxter integrable dimers on a strip

  title={Yang–Baxter integrable dimers on a strip},
  author={Paul A Pearce and J{\o}rgen Rasmussen and Alessandra Vittorini-Orgeas},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment},
The dimer model on a strip is considered as a Yang–Baxter integrable six vertex model at the free-fermion point with crossing parameter and quantum group invariant boundary conditions. A one-to-many mapping of vertex onto dimer configurations allows for the solution of the free-fermion model to be applied to the anisotropic dimer model on a square lattice where the dimers are rotated by compared to their usual orientation. In a suitable gauge, the dimer model is described by the Temperley–Lieb… 
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