UV completion is procedure of extension of initial theory, which describe only low-enegry degrees of freedom of theory, to arbitrary energy scales. UV complete theory is one whose correlation functions or amplitudes may be calculated and yield unambiguously finite results for arbitrarily high energies.
We start with consider a non-renormalizable theory. As I understant, there are two concepts of UV complition:
Wilsonian UV completion -- The standard (Wilsonian) approach to the problem is to build a UV-completion by integrating-in some new degrees of freedom that reconstruct a weakly coupled quantum field theory above the scale.
Non-Wilsonian UV completion -- such modification cannot be obtained by integrating out heavy degrees of freedom
I am now try to understand some basic comcepts of Non-Wilsonian UV completion and know only two references where such completion was disscused: UV-Completion by Classicalization and Non-Wilsonian ultraviolet completion via transseries.
As I understand, existance of such Non-Wilsonian competion in some sence is the signal of incomletnies of Wilsonian RG. So I have following related (in some sence the same) questions:
What may be wrong in Wilsonian concept of renormalisation?
Which approaches may replace Wilsonian RG procedure?
How intuitively understand possibillity of non-Wilsonian UV completion?