Generalized Exclusion Statistics and Degenerate Signature of Strongly Interacting Anyons
We show that below the degenerate temperature the distribution profiles of strongly interacting anyons in one-dimension coincide with the most probable distributions of ideal particles obeying generalized exclusion statistics (GES). In the strongly interacting regime the thermodynamics and the local two-particle correlation function derived from the GES are seen to agree for low temperatures with the results derived for the anyon model using the thermodynamic Bethe ansatz. The anyonic and...[Show more]
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