Dynamics of One-Dimensional Quantum Systems by Yoshio Kuramoto, Yusuke Kato

By Yoshio Kuramoto, Yusuke Kato

One-dimensional quantum platforms exhibit interesting homes past the scope of the mean-field approximation. in spite of the fact that, the advanced arithmetic concerned is a excessive barrier to non-specialists. Written for graduate scholars and researchers new to the sector, this booklet is a self-contained account of ways to derive the unique quasi-particle photo from the precise resolution of versions with inverse-square interparticle interactions. The e-book offers readers with an intuitive knowing of actual dynamical homes when it comes to unique quasi-particles that are neither bosons nor fermions. robust recommendations, resembling the Yangian symmetry within the Sutherland version and its lattice models, are defined. A self-contained account of non-symmetric and symmetric Jack polynomials can also be given. Derivations of dynamics are made more uncomplicated, and are extra concise than within the unique papers, so readers can examine the physics of one-dimensional quantum platforms during the easiest version.

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106), we obtain the largest (κ1 ) and the smallest (κN −1 ) momenta as κ1 = κ ˜ 1 −λ(N −3)/2 = λ/2, κN −1 = κ ˜ N −1 −λ(1−N )/2 = −λ/2. 107) The momentum distribution κ1 + λ λ , . . , κN −1 + 2 2 = (µ1 , . . 107), is described by Young diagrams with λ columns. Each row has µi = κi + λ/2 squares. Obviously such Young diagrams are equivalently parameterized by the set (µ1 , . . , µλ ) 44 Single-component Sutherland model λ µ4 µ3 µ2 µ1 Fig. 7. Young diagram of a one-particle removal state for bosons with λ = 4.

The Sutherland model is the simplest model to realize the Tomonaga– Luttinger liquid. 8, long-distance and long-time asymptotic behaviors of dynamical correlation functions are reproduced by the theory of the Tomonaga–Luttinger liquid. 1 Jastrow-type wave functions The Sutherland model for N particles is given by [172] N H=− i=1 ∂2 π +2 2 L ∂xi 2 λ(λ − 1) . 1) The variables x = (x1 , x2 , . . , xN ) represent the spatial coordinates of particles moving along a circle of perimeter L. 3. We regard particles as bosons without internal degrees of freedom.

106) are a two-parameter family parameterized by two quantum numbers. 106) are a λ-parameter family, as shown below. 106), we obtain the largest (κ1 ) and the smallest (κN −1 ) momenta as κ1 = κ ˜ 1 −λ(N −3)/2 = λ/2, κN −1 = κ ˜ N −1 −λ(1−N )/2 = −λ/2. 107) The momentum distribution κ1 + λ λ , . . , κN −1 + 2 2 = (µ1 , . . 107), is described by Young diagrams with λ columns. Each row has µi = κi + λ/2 squares. Obviously such Young diagrams are equivalently parameterized by the set (µ1 , . . , µλ ) 44 Single-component Sutherland model λ µ4 µ3 µ2 µ1 Fig.

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