Fusion rsos models and rational coset models
A series of conjectures is presented for a family of fusion Open image in new window RSOS models labeled by rank n, level ℓ, degree N of the fusion and primitive roots of unity Open image in new window . Based on it, we introduce rational coset models which are the universality classes of their critical behaviors.
KeywordsFusion Rule Universality Class Coset Model Boltzmann Weight Dominant Integral Weight
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