Classification of extremal vertex operator algebras with two simple modules

@article{Grady2018ClassificationOE,
  title={Classification of extremal vertex operator algebras with two simple modules},
  author={J. Connor Grady and Ching Hung Lam and James E. Tener and Hiroshi Yamauchi},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
  year={2018}
}
In recent work, Wang and the third author defined a class of 'extremal' vertex operator algebras (VOAs), consisting of those with at least two simple modules and conformal dimensions as large as possible for the central charge. In this article we show that there are exactly 15 character vectors of extremal VOAs with two simple modules. All but one of the 15 character vectors is realized by a previously known VOA. The last character vector is realized by a new VOA with central charge 33. 
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