This paper is a direct continuation of  where we began the study of the integrable structures in Conformal Field Theory. We show here how to construct the operators Q±(λ) which act in the highest weight Virasoro module and commute for different values of the parameter λ. These operators appear to be the CFT analogs of the Q - matrix of Baxter , in particular they satisfy Baxter's famous T - Q equation. We also show that under natural assumptions about analytic properties of the operators Q(λ) as the functions of λ the Baxter's relation allows one to derive the nonlinear integral equations of Destri-de Vega (DDV)  for the eigenvalues of the Q-operators. We then use the DDV equation to obtain the asymptotic expansions of the Q - operators at large λ; it is remarkable that unlike the expansions of the T operators of . the asymptotic series for Q(λ) contains the "dual" nonlocal Integrals of Motion along with the local ones. We also discuss an intriguing relation between the vacuum eigenvalues of the Q -operators and the stationary transport properties in the boundary sine-Gordon model. On this basis we propose a number of new exact results about finite voltage charge transport through the point contact in the quantum Hall system.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||32|
|Journal||Communications In Mathematical Physics|
|State||Published - 1997|
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Statistical and Nonlinear Physics
- Mathematical Physics