In the papers I review they first start to talk about topologically ordered phases of matter. Their standard example of it is FQHE. Than they give another set examples which are quantum spin liquids, they also say that topological order is not enough to characterise the nature of QSL you also need to consider symmetry which gives rise to SETS. Now, are FQHE, is a subset of SETS or are they just topologically ordered phases which are not SETS.
Also, do all of the topologically ordered phases of matter consists of FQHE+QSL. Are these only possible topologically ordered phases of matter?
I ask these because there are several different papers of classifying SETs in 3d, and they seem to answer different questions which is not very clear for me.
For example https://arxiv.org/abs/1212.0835 this paper discusses the classification of SETs in 3D.
Also this paper classifies QSL in 3D https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.00743
However what different questions do they exactly answer? The frist one supposed to classify all of the possible QSL in 3d so why there is a need of second paper?
Also how complete is that second paper?