4 edition of **Conformal Field Theory and Critical Phenomena in Two-Dimensional Systems (Conformal Field Theory & Critical Phenomena in Two-Dimension)** found in the catalog.

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Published
**January 31, 1989**
by Routledge
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Written in English

- Physics,
- Science / Physics,
- Science

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Format | Paperback |

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Open Library | OL12860177M |

ISBN 10 | 3718648636 |

ISBN 10 | 9783718648634 |

The topics are organized in two main parts: Part I deals with conformal eld theory, in particular two-dimensional conformal eld theory, while Part II is concerned with string theory. The topics labelled by [B] are more introductory and can also be done by Bachelor students. We have given a preliminary list of suggested references for eachFile Size: KB. 5. Full local two-dimensional conformal field theories are defined on two-dimensional man-ifolds with a conformal structure, i.e. with a class of Riemannian metrics up to local rescaling: two metrics g,g0on a manifold M are thus identified, if there is a nowhere vanishing function λ: M→R + such that g0(x) = λ(x)g(x) for all x∈M. (Lorentzian.

Quantum Field Theory and Critical Phenomena Jean Zinn-Justin. Quantum field theory has become the framework for the discussion of all fundamental interactions except gravity, and for the understanding of second order phase transitions in statistical mechanics. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always. Introduction to Conformal Field Theory Antonin Rovai Introduction These lecture notes consist of an elementary introduction to Conformal Field Theory (CFT). This class of theories have the property that they are invariant under so called conformal transfor-mations, that may be seen as local scale : Antonin Rovai.

Fundamental concepts of phase transitions, such as order parameters, spontaneous symmetry breaking, scaling transformations, conformal symmetry and anomalous dimensions, have deeply changed the modern vision of many areas of physics, leading to remarkable developments in statistical mechanics, elementary particle theory, condensed matter physics and string theory. Progress is summarized in these areas: a new formulation of two dimensional critical phenomena and string theory, supersymmetric critical phenomena and string compactification, conformal field theory on orbifolds, Gaussian models with twisted boundary conditions, modular invariance and supersymmetric critical phenomena, critical indices, conformal invariance, and current algebra.

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Conformal Field Theory and Critical Phenomena in Two Dimensional Systems 1st Edition. by A.B. Zamolodchikov (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Author: A.B.

Zamolodchikov. This book provides an introduction to conformal field theory and a review of its applications to critical phenomena in condensed-matter systems. After reviewing simple phase transitions and explaining the foundations of conformal invariance and the algebraic methods required, it proceeds to the explicit calculation of four-point correlators.

The aim of this book is to provide the reader with an introduction to conformal field theory and its applications to topology. The author starts with a description of geometric aspects of conformal field theory based on loop groups. By means of the holonomy of conformal field theory he defines topological invariants for knots and 3-manifolds.

Conformal field theory and critical phenomena in two-dimensional systems / Konformnaya teoriya polya i kriticheskie yavleniya v dvumernykh sistemakh [Alexey Zamolodchikov] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An Introduction to Conformal Field Theory ﬁeld theories, they describe two-dimensional critical phenomena, and they play a central rˆole in string theory, at present the most promising candidate for a unifying theory of method in the study of critical systems.

two dimensional conformally invariant theories, and perhaps ultimately giving a classiﬁcation of possible critical phenomena in two dimensions. Two dimensional conformal ﬁeld theories also provide the dynamical vari-able in string theory. In that context conformal invariance turns out.

Conformal Field Theory and Critical Phenomena in Two Dimensional Systems: A.B. Zamolodchikov: Books - or: A.B. Zamolodchikov. Conformal eld theory has been an important tool in theoretical physics during the last decades.

Its origins can be traced back on the one hand to statistical mechanics, and on the other hand to string theory. Historically the most important impetus came from statistical mechanics, where it described and classi ed critical phenomena. Mainly after. In this article we present a brief review of the conformal symmetry and the two-dimensional conformal quantum field theories.

As concrete applications of the conformal theories to the critical phenomena in statistical systems, we calculate the value of central charge and the anomalous scale dimensions of the Z 2 symmetric quantum chain with boundary : Bo-wei Xu.

This book provides an introduction to conformal field theory and a review of its applications to critical phenomena in condensed-matter systems. After reviewing simple phase transitions and explaining the foundations of conformal invariance and the algebraic methods required, it proceeds to the explicit calculation of four-point : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Filling an important gap in the literature, this comprehensive text develops conformal field theory from first principles. The treatment is self-contained, pedagogical, and exhaustive, and includes a great deal of background material on quantum field theory, statistical mechanics, Lie algebras and affine Lie algebras.

It introduces Conformal Field Theory at a basic level, Kac-Moody algebras, one-loop partition functions, Superconformal Field Theories, Gepner Models and Boundary Conformal Field Theory.

Eventually, the concept of orientifold constructions is explained in. Critical Phenomena: a Reminder.- 2. Conformal Invariance.- 3. Finite-Size Scaling.- 4. Representation Theory of the Virasoro Algebra.- 5. Correlators, Null Vectors Author: M.

Henkel. Idea. Recall that a TQFT is an FQFT defined on the (∞, n) (\infty,n)-category of cobordisms whose morphisms are plain cobordisms and diffeomorphisms between these. In a conformal quantum field theory the cobordisms are equipped with a conformal structure (a Riemannian metric structure modulo pointwise rescaling): conformal cobordisms.

A conformal field theory (CFT). Conformal Field Theory Prof. Cardy - Trinity Term Conformal symmetry is a powerful tool for studying critical behaviour, particularly as applied to two-dimensional classical systems, and to quantum systems in one dimension.

The mathematical tools of conformal field theory are also important in string theory, as well as for their own. An introduction to conformal field theory two-dimensional critical phenomena, and they play a central role in string theory, at present the most promising candidate for a unifying theory of all forces.

Conformal ﬁeld theories Thus conformal ﬁeld theory is a very important method in the study of critical by: Applied conformal field theory to critical biomembranes and crit-ical phenomena Hf Conformal field theory, algebraic structures.

ratios and critical exponents of two-dimensional. string theory, most notably in statistical physics where it o↵ers a description of critical phenomena. Moreover, it turns out that conformal ﬁeld theories in two dimensions provide rare examples of interacting, yet exactly solvable, quantum ﬁeld theories.

In recent years, attention has focussed on conformal ﬁeld theories in higher File Size: KB. This chapter focuses on the conformal field theory (CFT) on universal family of stable curves with gauge symmetries.

CFT has not only useful application to string theory and two-dimensional critical phenomena but also has beautiful and rich mathematical structure, and it has interested many mathematicians. An Introduction to Conformal Field Theory Matthias R Gaberdielz eld theories, they describe two-dimensional critical phenomena, and they play a central r^ole in string theory, at present the most promising candidate for a unifying theory of conformal eld theories describe systems at the critical point, where the correlation.

eld theory (in particular the free Majorana fermion) will be the key to connect the statistical mechanical Ising model to conformal eld theory, whose language is naturally that of quantum eld theory.

The Ising model In order to deepen the relation between statistical mechanics and quantum eld theory - henceFile Size: KB.The subject of two-dimensional conformal field theory originated simultaneously in the theory of critical phenomena [21] and in string theory [3]. In recent years there has been progress in the two-dimensional conformal bootstrap program, based on investigation of the two-dimensional conformal anomaly and the Virasoro algebra [].Cited by: The story of string theory begins with two-dimensional conformal invariance.

Conformal transformations on a manifold preserve angles at every point, an example of such a transformation being the Mercator projection of the Earth onto an infinite cylinder.