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Analytic and numerical investigation of lattice models

Kels, Andrew Paul


The goal of this thesis is to present some novel results for solvable lattice models. In chapter 2 a limit is taken of the master solution that gives an integrable model generalising the Faddeev-Volkov model, first described by Spiridonov. There are properties of this model that arise quite similarly to that of the Faddeev-Volkov model, that are given in this chapter. This includes an integrable "dual spin'' lattice model, with Boltzmann weights parameterised by gamma functions, that appears in...[Show more]

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Date published: 2013
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d51513e143a4


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