Generalizations of Poisson Structures Related to Rational Gaudin Model
The Poisson structure arising in the Hamiltonian approach to the rational Gaudin model looks very similar to the so-called modified Reflection Equation Algebra. Motivated by this analogy, we realize a braiding of the mentioned Poisson structure, i.e. we introduce a “braided Poisson” algebra associated with an involutive solution to the quantum Yang–Baxter equation. Also, we exhibit another generalization of the Gaudin type Poisson structure by replacing the first derivative in the current parameter, entering the so-called local form of this structure, by a higher order derivative. Finally, we introduce a structure, which combines both generalizations. Some commutative families in the corresponding braided Poisson algebra are found.
KeywordsPoisson Bracket Local Form Poisson Structure Leibniz Rule Poisson Algebra
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