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This talk provides a natural continuation of the talk presented by Andreas Fring in this conference. Part I was focused on explaining how the DC conductance for a free Fermion theory in the presence of different kinds of defects can be computed by evaluating the Kubo formula. In this talk I will focus on an alternative method for the computation of the same quantity, that is the evaluation of Landauer formula. Once again, the integrability of the theories under consideration will be exploited, since a thermodynamic Bethe ansatz analysis provides all the input needed in that case, apart from the corresponding reflection and transmition amplitudes of the defect. The basic conclusion of our analysis will be the perfect agreement between the two different theoretical descriptions mentioned.
|Additional Information:||Talk held at the Workshop on Integrable Theories, Solitons and Duality IFT-UNESP, Sao Paulo, July 2002. Published in Journal of High Energy Physics which was published by IOP Publishing until 2010 and by Springer Verlag from 2010 onwards.|
|Subjects:||Q Science > QA Mathematics|
|Divisions:||School of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences > Department of Mathematical Science|
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