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What is the mathematical reason for topological edge states?
There are many free fermion systems that possess topological edge/boundary states. Examples include quantum Hall insulators and topological insulators. No matter chiral or non-chiral, 2D or 3D, ...
Apr 19 '13 at 8:56
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