BIRS Workshop Lecture Videos
Trivial systems with non-trivial Bethe ansatz Mukhin, Evgeny
Bethe ansatz is a physics motivated method which is used to diagonalize matrices which appear as Hamiltonians of various integrable systems. In particular, it can be applied to the case where the matrices have size 1x1. Interestingly, it leads to a variety of non-trivial questions with important applications. In this talk I will review the basics of the Bethe ansatz on the example of the Gaudin model and discuss the results and conjectures related to the 1x1 case.
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