### Working paper

## Parabolic diagrams, spectral curves, and the multidimensional tennis racket theorem

We describe the correspondence of the Matsuo-Cherednik type between the quantum nn -body Ruijsenaars-Schneider model and the quantum Knizhnik-Zamolodchikov equations related to supergroup GL(N|M)GL(N|M) . The spectrum of the Ruijsenaars-Schneider Hamiltonians is shown to be independent of the {\mathbb Z}_2 -grading for a fixed value of N+M , so that N+M+1 different qKZ systems of equations lead to the same n -body quantum problem. The obtained results can be viewed as a quantization of the previously described quantum-classical correspondence between the classical n -body Ruijsenaars-Schneider model and the supersymmetric GL(N|M) quantum spin chains on n sites.

We consider a special class of quantum non-dynamical *R* -matrices in the fundamental representation of GL *N* with spectral parameter given by trigonometric solutions of the associative Yang-Baxter equation. In the simplest case *N*=2 these are the well-known 6-vertex *R* -matrix and its 7-vertex deformation. The *R* -matrices are used for construction of the classical relativistic integrable tops of the Euler-Arnold type. Namely, we describe the Lax pairs with spectral parameter, the inertia tensors and the Poisson structures. The latter are given by the linear Poisson-Lie brackets for the non-relativistic models, and by the classical Sklyanin type algebras in the relativistic cases. In some particular cases the tops are gauge equivalent to the Calogero-Moser-Sutherland or trigonometric Ruijsenaars-Schneider models.

We consider the totally asymmetric exclusion process in discrete time with generalized updating rules. We introduce a control parameter into the interaction between particles. Two particular values of the parameter correspond to known parallel and sequential updates. In the whole range of its values the interaction varies from repulsive to attractive. In the latter case the particle flow demonstrates an apparent jamming tendency not typical for the known updates. We solve the master equation for *N* particles on the infinite lattice by the Bethe ansatz. The non-stationary solution for arbitrary initial conditions is obtained in a closed determinant form.