It is shown that in (2+1)-dimensional condensed matter systems, induced gravitational Chern–Simons (CS) action can play a crucial role for coherent spin transport in a finite geometry, provided zero-curvature condition is satisfied on the boundary. The role of the resultant KdV solitons is explicated. The fact that KdV solitons can pass through each other without interference, represent `resistanceless' spin transport.
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