Being byproducts of electron interaction, they come in a few flavors: (i) Downstream modes in composite edge channels of the integer quantum Hall effect (IQHE) regime; (ii) Upstream modes in the fractional quantum Hall effect (FQHE) regime; and (iii) Zero energy Majorana states (localized or propagating quasi-particles), in non-abelian FQHE states and in 1d topological P-wave superconductors.
What does IQHE stand for?
IQHE stands for Integer Quantum Hall Effect
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Pazinich, Universality of the Interrelationships of the Components of the Resistivity Tensor in the Integer Quantum Hall Effect, Sov.
Klaus von Klitzing discovered the integer quantum Hall effect  during the night of February 4 and 5, 1980, at the High-Field Magnet Laboratory of the Max Planck Institute in Grenoble, France.