Delduc, F. Lacroix, S. Magro, M. Vicedo, B.

We explain how to obtain new classical integrable field theories by assembling two affine Gaudin models into a single one. We show that the resulting affine Gaudin model depends on a parameter $\gamma$ in such a way that the limit $\gamma \to 0$ corresponds to the decoupling limit. Simple conditions ensuring Lorentz invariance are also presented. A...

Delduc, F. Lacroix, S. Magro, M. Vicedo, B.

We explain how to obtain new classical integrable field theories by assembling two affine Gaudin models into a single one. We show that the resulting affine Gaudin model depends on a parameter $\gamma$ in such a way that the limit $\gamma \to 0$ corresponds to the decoupling limit. Simple conditions ensuring Lorentz invariance are also presented. A...

Delduc, F. Lacroix, S. Magro, M. Vicedo, B.

We explain how to obtain new classical integrable field theories by assembling two affine Gaudin models into a single one. We show that the resulting affine Gaudin model depends on a parameter $\gamma$ in such a way that the limit $\gamma \to 0$ corresponds to the decoupling limit. Simple conditions ensuring Lorentz invariance are also presented. A...

Delduc, F. Lacroix, S. Magro, M. Vicedo, B.

We explain how to obtain new classical integrable field theories by assembling two affine Gaudin models into a single one. We show that the resulting affine Gaudin model depends on a parameter $\gamma$ in such a way that the limit $\gamma \to 0$ corresponds to the decoupling limit. Simple conditions ensuring Lorentz invariance are also presented. A...

Delduc, F. Lacroix, S. Magro, M. Vicedo, B.

We explain how to obtain new classical integrable field theories by assembling two affine Gaudin models into a single one. We show that the resulting affine Gaudin model depends on a parameter $\gamma$ in such a way that the limit $\gamma \to 0$ corresponds to the decoupling limit. Simple conditions ensuring Lorentz invariance are also presented. A...

Vu, Dinh-Long Yoshimura, Takato

We, for the first time, report a first-principle proof of the equations ofstate used in the hydrodynamic theory for integrable systems, termedgeneralized hydrodynamics (GHD). The proof makes full use of the graphtheoretic approach to Thermodynamic Bethe ansatz (TBA) that was proposedrecently. This approach is purely combinatorial and relies only on...

Mazac, Dalimil Paulos, Miguel F.

We study a general class of functionals providing an analytic handle on the conformal bootstrap equations in one dimension. We explicitly identify the extremal functionals, corresponding to theories saturating conformal bootstrap bounds, in two regimes. The first corresponds to functionals that annihilate the generalized free fermion spectrum. In t...

Delduc, F. Lacroix, S. Magro, M. Vicedo, B.

We explain how to obtain new classical integrable field theories by assembling two affine Gaudin models into a single one. We show that the resulting affine Gaudin model depends on a parameter γ in such a way that the limit γ → 0 corresponds to the decoupling limit. Simple conditions ensuring Lorentz invariance are also presented. A first applicati...

Delduc, F. Lacroix, S. Magro, M. Vicedo, B.

A systematic procedure for constructing classical integrable field theories with arbitrarily many free parameters is outlined. It is based on the recent interpretation of integrable field theories as realizations of affine Gaudin models. In this language, one can associate integrable field theories with affine Gaudin models having arbitrarily many ...

Vu, Dinh-Long Yoshimura, Takato

We, for the first time, report a first-principle proof of the equations ofstate used in the hydrodynamic theory for integrable systems, termedgeneralized hydrodynamics (GHD). The proof makes full use of the graphtheoretic approach to Thermodynamic Bethe ansatz (TBA) that was proposedrecently. This approach is purely combinatorial and relies only on...