High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Yangian is an important
structure in modern representation theory, a type of a quantum
group with origins in physics. Yangians first appeared in the work
of Ludvig Faddeev and his school concerning the quantum inverse
scattering method in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Initially they
were considered a convenient tool to generate the solutions of the
quantum Yang-Baxter equation. The name Yangian was introduced by
Vladimir Drinfeld in 1985 in honor of C.N. Yang. The center of
Yangian can be described by quantum determinant.
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