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Questions tagged [yang-baxter-equations]

In the classical equation, one looks for $R\in\Lambda^2\mathfrak g$ such that $$[R,R]=0,$$ where the bracket is Schouten's bracker in $\Lambda^\bullet\mathfrak g$, the exterior algebra on a Lie algebra $\mathfrak g$. In the quantum one (in its non-parametric form...), one looks for endomorphisms $R:V\otimes V\to V\otimes V$ of tensor squares of vector spaces $V$ such that $$R_{12} \ R_{13} \ R_{23} = R_{23} \ R_{13} \ R_{12},$$

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Examples of Yang-Baxter monoids

Then we say that an algebra $(X,f,g,\circ,1)$ is a Yang-Baxter monoid if it satisfies the following identities: $(X,\circ,1)$ is a monoid, $f(x,1)=1,f(1,x)=x,g(x,1)=x,g(1,x)=1$ $x\circ y=f(x,y)\circ ...
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Permutative Yang-Baxter monoids

Suppose that $f,g:X^{2}\rightarrow X,T:X^{2}\rightarrow X^{2}$ are mappings such that $T(x,y)=(f(x,y),g(x,y))$. An element $1\in X$ is said to be an identity if $T(1,x)=(x,1),T(x,1)=(1,x)$. The ...
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Quasi-triangular bialgebra construction

Let $\mathfrak{g}$ be a Lie algebra over $\mathbb{C}$, $r=\sum_i x_i \otimes y_i$, where $x_i, y_i \in \mathfrak{g}$. Define $r_{12}=\sum_i x_i \otimes y_i \otimes 1$, $r_{13}=\sum_i x_i \otimes 1 \...
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Yang-Baxter equation for the asymmetric simple exclusion process (ASEP)

On page 14 of Craig Tracy's slides on ASEP, it states that the $n$-particle boundary condition can be reduced to the 2-particle boundary condition due to the fact that the $S$-matrix satisfies the ...
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How can I verify that a given solution of the Quantum Yang-Baxter equation is associated to a given Lie algebra?

Take, for instance, the $R$ matrix, \begin{equation} R(u)=\begin{pmatrix}u+1 & 0 & 0 & 0\\0 & u & 1 & 0\\0 & 1 & u & 0\\0 & 0 & 0 & u+1\end{pmatrix}, \...
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Solution of the Yang-Baxter equation associated to the $U_q[osp(2n+2|2m)^{(2)}]$ Lie superalgebra

I have a solution (a $R$ matrix) of the Yang-Baxter equation, \begin{equation} R_{12}(x_{1})R_{13}(x_{1}x_{2})R_{23}(x_{2})=R_{23}(x_{2})R_{13}(x_{1}x_{2})R_{12}(x_{1}) \end{equation} that probably ...
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Partially permutative matrices

Let $V$ be a finite dimensional vector space over a field $K$. Then a map $L:V\otimes V\rightarrow V\otimes V$ is said to satisfy the Yang-Baxter equation if $(L\otimes I)(I\otimes L)(L\otimes I)=(I\...
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How to compute $t_0$ and $r^0$ in Belavin-Drinfeld's classification of solutions of classical Yang-Baxter equations?

I tried to understand Belavin-Drinfeld's classification of solutions of classical Yang-Baxter equations. In the book a guide to quantum groups, on page 83, there is an example of solutions of the ...