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Many more references and a couple of new sentences in Idea section of logarithmic CFT stub.
Thanks, that’s good.
added pointer to today’s:
For when the editing functionality is back, to add pointer to fractional-level WZW models understood as logarithmic CFTs:
Thomas Creutzig, David Ridout, Modular Data and Verlinde Formulae for Fractional Level WZW Models I, Nuclear Physics B 865 1 (2012) 83-114 (arXiv:1205.6513, doi:10.1016/j.nuclphysb.2012.07.018)
Thomas Creutzig, David Ridout, Modular Data and Verlinde Formulae for Fractional Level WZW Models II, Nuclear Physics B 875 2 (2013) 423-458 (arXiv:1306.4388, doi:10.1016/j.nuclphysb.2013.07.008)
with review in:
David Ridout, Fractional Level WZW Models as Logarithmic CFTs, 2010 (pdf)
Thomas Creutzig, David Ridout, Logarithmic conformal field theory: beyond an introduction, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 46 (2013) 494006 (doi:10.1088/1751-8113/46/49/494006, arXiv:1303.0847)
and of more recent developments:
Here is what I am after:
logarithmic CFT for describing topologically ordered Laughlin-type wavefunctions
(review in Flohr 2003, §5.4)
But i need to call it quits for tonight.
added pointer to:
“…in the class of irrational” doesn’t sound like it’s supposed to be the end of the sentence.
Thanks for the alert. I had not even looked at the Idea-sentences in a long while. They were written by Zoran back in rev 2.
I have now deleted the first sentence and replaced it by:
A 2d CFT is called logarithmic (LCFT) if it looks like a rational conformal field theory except that some of the 2-point functions may have a logarithmic dependence on the field insertion, in addition to the usual power law (see, e.g. Fuchs & Schweigert 2019, (8) for a clear account).
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