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Clarification on “central charge equals number of degrees of freedom”
It's often stated that the central charge c of a CFT counts the degrees of freedom: it adds up when stacking different fields, decreases as you integrate out UV dof from one fixed point to another, ...
Sep 26 '12 at 17:44
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