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From Am−1 trigonometric S-matrices to the thermodynamic Bethe Ansatz / Timothy Hollowood

Physics Letters B, Volume: "B320", Issue: 1-2, Pages: 43 - 51

Swansea University Author: Timothy Hollowood

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The thermodynamic Bethe Ansatz equations that have been proposed to describe massive integrable deformations of the coset conformal field theories $g_k\times g_l/g_{k+l}$ are shown to result directly by applying the usual thermodynamic Bethe Ansatz arguments to the trigonometric $S$-matrices for the...

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Published in: Physics Letters B
ISSN: 03702693
Published: 1993
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description The thermodynamic Bethe Ansatz equations that have been proposed to describe massive integrable deformations of the coset conformal field theories $g_k\times g_l/g_{k+l}$ are shown to result directly by applying the usual thermodynamic Bethe Ansatz arguments to the trigonometric $S$-matrices for the algebras
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