publication . Conference object . Preprint . 1996

Weak C* Hopf symmetry

Karl-Henning Rehren;
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  • Published: 07 Nov 1996
Abstract
Weak C* Hopf algebras can act as global symmetries in low-dimensional quantum field theories, when braid group statistics prevents group symmetries. Possibilities to construct field algebras with weak C* Hopf symmetry from a given theory of local observables are discussed.
Subjects
arXiv: Mathematics::Quantum Algebra
free text keywords: Mathematics - Quantum Algebra, High Energy Physics - Theory

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