Corrigan, E. and Sasaki, R. (2002) Quantum versus classical integrability in Calogero-Moser systems. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 35 (33). pp. 7017-7061. ISSN 1361-6447Full text not available from this repository.
Calogero–Moser systems are classical and quantum integrable multiparticle dynamics defined for any root system Δ. The quantum Calogero systems having 1/q2 potential and a confining q2 potential and the Sutherland systems with 1/sin2q potentials have 'integer' energy spectra characterized by the root system Δ. Various quantities of the corresponding classical systems, e.g. minimum energy, frequencies of small oscillations, the eigenvalues of the classical Lax pair matrices etc, at the equilibrium point of the potential are investigated analytically as well as numerically for all root systems. To our surprise, most of these classical data are also 'integers', or they appear to be 'quantized'. To be more precise, these quantities are polynomials of the coupling constant(s) with integer coefficients. The close relationship between quantum and classical integrability in Calogero–Moser systems deserves fuller analytical treatment, which would lead to better understanding of these systems and of integrable systems in general.
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|Date Deposited:||17 Apr 2009 12:02|
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|Publisher:||Institute of Physics and IOP Publishing Limited|