# Conformal weight of a coset model, and a specific case

Given a coset model $$(G\times SO(2d))/H$$, what is the expression for its conformal weight (in terms of its central charge or, alternatively, in terms of the highest weights of irreducible representations of $$G$$ and $$H$$?

The particular case I am trying to understand is this: in a paper by Nozaki  it is written that the conformal weigh for the coset model $$\frac{\widehat{S U}(n+1)_{k} \times \widehat{S O}(2 n)_{1}}{\widehat{S U}(n)_{k+1} \times \widehat{U}(1)_{n(n+1)(k+n+1)}}, \quad n, k \in \mathbb Z^+$$ is $$h=\frac{1}{2(k+n+1)}\left[\Lambda\left(\Lambda+2 \rho_{G}\right)-\lambda\left(\lambda+2 \rho_{H}\right)-\frac{m^{2}}{n(n+1)}\right]+g(s) \quad \bmod \mathbf{Z}$$ so that $$h=h(n,k,\Lambda,\lambda,m,s)$$, and where $$\rho_G$$ is the Weyl vector of $$G$$ and $$g(s)=\left(0, \frac{1}{2}, \frac{d}{8}, \frac{d}{8}\right) \quad \text { for } \quad s=(0,2,1,-1).$$

Here $$G=SU(n+1)$$, $$H=SU(n)\times U(1)$$, $$\Lambda$$ is a highest weight of $$\mathfrak g$$ at level $$k$$, $$\lambda$$ is a highest weight of $$\mathfrak{su}(n)$$ at level $$k+1$$, $$m$$ is a ghest weight of $$\mathfrak{u}(1)$$ at level $$n(n+1)(k+n+1)$$ and $$s$$ is a highest weight of $$\mathfrak{su}(2n)$$ at level $$1$$.

I do not have any idea where this expression comes from, and so I want an expression for general coset models, to apply to this case. I could not find one in the original GKO papers, nor in di Francesco's book, nor anywhere else.

 Nozaki, M. (2002). Comments on d-branes in kazama-suzuki models and landau-ginzburg theories. Journal of High Energy Physics, 2002(03):027.