Orthogonal and Symplectic Yangians and Lie Algebra Representations
Orthogonal or symplectic Yangians are defined by the Yang–Baxter RLL relation involving the fundamental R-matrix with so(n) or sp(2m) symmetry. We investigate the conditions on the first- and second-order evaluations as restrictions imposed on the representation weights.
Keywordsorthogonal and symplectic Yangian first-order evaluation second-order evaluation Lie algebra representation
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