By Mo-Lin Ge, Weiping Zhang

This volumes offers a complete assessment of interactions among differential geometry and theoretical physics, contributed through many top students in those fields. The contributions promise to play a huge position in selling the advancements in those interesting parts. along with the plenary talks, the assurance contains: types and comparable subject matters in statistical physics; quantum fields, strings and M-theory; Yang-Mills fields, knot conception and comparable issues; K-theory, together with index thought and non-commutative geometry; replicate symmetry, conformal and topological quantum box concept; improvement of integrable structures; and random matrix conception.

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2 B 0 W - ) 1 / 2 ± ^ ' ^ f™ = [2(a2+g2B2^^)}-'/2[^±(a2+g2B^+^)l/2Ta]1/2. -M. -L. Ge, K. -B. Zhang where |Xu(t)> = cos2 ^ | x i i ) + - ^ s i n f l e - ^ l x i o ) + s i n 2 ie-^lxi-i), |Xi-iW> = sin2 ^ - o ' l x i i ) - - ^ s i n ^ e - ^ l x i o ) +cos 2 °-\Xi-i), \x±(t)) = ^ / P H - s i n ^ e ^ ^ l x i i ) + V^cos^Xio) + s i n 0 e - i - o t | x 1 _ 1 ) } +#)|Xoo>. 28) We then obtain ( X n ( t % l x i i ( * ) > = -«"o(l - cos

10) and hence j 1 w +1) = ^(i) + E i = w>+w) fc=i V>(-j) = V(l) + Hj) - lim - . -M. -L. Ge, K. -B. 12) j Separating the finite part from the infinity the H is nothing but the 6D derived in super Yang-Mills (TV = 4) with the approximation. Of course, the derivation of SD based on super Yang-Mills (N = 4) explores much larger symmetry than Lipatov model. Therefore, DNW's result shows that the Lipatov's model possesses Y(SO(6)) symmetry. 13) where u is spectrum parameter and a a free parameter allowed by YBE.

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