**Introduction to Quantum Integrability**

by A. Doikou, S. Evangelisti, G. Feverati, N. Karaiskos

**Publisher**: arXiv 2010**Number of pages**: 56

**Description**:

The authors review the basic concepts regarding quantum integrability. Special emphasis is given on the algebraic content of integrable models. The associated algebras are essentially described by the Yang-Baxter and boundary Yang-Baxter equations depending on the choice of boundary conditions.

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