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Consider model of one dimensional spin chain with a random couplings J. The Hamiltonian is the following:

$$ H = \sum_i J_i (S_i^x S_{i+1}^x+ S_i^y S_{i+1}^y)$$,

Which by Jordan-Wigner transformation we can transform it to the fermionic representations.

$$ H = \sum_i J_j/2 (c_i c_{i+1}^{\dagger}+h.c)$$.

My question is can we solve this model exactly? (I know when the couplings J are constant we can solve this model exactly and have analytic solution. But how about when we have a random couplings)

I appreciate any help and comment.

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