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Jul
9
comment Is there a maximum number of fixed points that a QFT can have?
@SM Kravec : But I thought the continuous line of fixed point comes in the limit of $N \rightarrow \infty$.
Jul
8
asked Is there a maximum number of fixed points that a QFT can have?
Jul
8
asked OPE in a general $d$-dimensional CFT
May
2
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
27
comment Two and three point function of primary fields of arbitrary fields
Thanks a lot for the reference, I'll go thru it, if I find some difficulty, will bug you again :) By the way the solution is still for $l-$spin primary traceless symmetric operators, not $2l$.
Apr
27
accepted Two and three point function of primary fields of arbitrary fields
Apr
25
revised Two and three point function of primary fields of arbitrary fields
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Apr
25
comment Two and three point function of primary fields of arbitrary fields
I am looking for a l-spin symmetric traceless primary fields, not for scalars. I know the two-point and three-point function derivation for scalars, as I have gone through the first 6 chapters of the Yellow Book.
Apr
20
comment Two and three point function of primary fields of arbitrary fields
arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0011040 I am looking for the derivation of 2.3 and 2.6 of the above equation.
Apr
17
comment Two and three point function of primary fields of arbitrary fields
Conformal Four Point Functions and the Operator Product Expansion - arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0011040
Apr
17
asked Two and three point function of primary fields of arbitrary fields
Mar
23
comment Tension problem
Physics stackexchange should strongly discourage such posts.
Mar
20
accepted Idea behind Compactified Boson
Mar
20
comment Idea behind Compactified Boson
Splendid answer, thanks a lot!
Mar
18
comment Idea behind Compactified Boson
Hi, I think your explanation has some flaws/typos, cause if you carefully see the range it is from $(-2\pi R, 4\pi - 2\pi R)$, also you can't consider such kind of fields because they are not continuous/first order differentiable. If something like that occurs, the lagrangian picks up product of $\delta$'s and they are strict no-no in field theories.
Mar
18
comment Idea behind Compactified Boson
Oh, I believed "variation of $\phi(x)$" means the range of $\phi$ on the circle can be restricted. I was wondering how can one constrict the range by just adding a constant.
Mar
18
comment Flux through plane surface in hemisphere
How can you do that ?? Each point in the plane is not at the same distance from the charge, so you can't simply use the equation of solid angle. Do it by integration.
Mar
18
asked Idea behind Compactified Boson
Feb
18
accepted What is the idea behind counting the number of excited states and the representation of a group ?
Feb
16
accepted How to show OPE coefficients are symmetric in three indices ?