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Lower bounds on spectral gaps of ferromagnetic spin-1/2 XXX Hamiltonians?
Question. Are there any references or techniques which can be applied to obtain energy gaps for ferromagnetic XXX spin-1/2 Hamitlonians, on general interaction graphs, or tree-graphs? I'm interested ...
Dec 19 '12 at 15:30
Niel de Beaudrap
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