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On one point functions in the Supersymmetric Sine Gordon model

Abstract : This PhD thesis addresses the problem of the calculation of the one point functions (1PF) in integrable two-dimensional quantum field theories. A method for their calculation has been developed in the context of the sine-Gordon Theory. The integrability of the model was used to build a basis of local operators to describe the six-vertex model. This basis, called fermionic, is interesting because the vacuum expectation values of its operators are expressed in terms of determinants and the fermionic structure can be extended to the continuous limit in order to characterize local operators in the CFT. In this thesis, we continue to work on this approach, aiming to generalize the fermionic basis to the supersymmetric sine-Gordon model (ssG). We derived scaling equations governing the thermodynamics of the ssG theory, reproducing the BLZ generating function. Then, we described the integrable structure of the ssG model using the fermion-current basis. We focused on the fermionic part and calculated its one point functions. These results were verified with a different approach based on the reflection relations.
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Constantin Babenko. On one point functions in the Supersymmetric Sine Gordon model. High Energy Physics - Theory [hep-th]. Sorbonne Université, 2019. English. ⟨NNT : 2019SORUS040⟩. ⟨tel-02935862v2⟩



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