Polarization-Free Quantum Fields and Interaction

Gandalf Lechner
March 07, 2003
A new approach to the inverse scattering problem proposed by Schroer, is applied to two-dimensional integrable quantum field theories. For any two-particle S-matrix $S_2$ which is analytic in the physical sheet, quantum fields are constructed which are localizable in wedge-shaped regions of Minkowski space and whose two-particle scattering is described by the given $S_2$. These fields are polarization-free in the sense that they create one-particle states from the vacuum without polarization clouds. Thus they provide examples of temperate polarization-free generators in the presence of non-trivial interaction.

two-dimensional models, integrable models, constructive QFT, wedge-local nets, inverse scattering