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Conformal quantum field theory in various dimensions

@article{Bischoff2009ConformalQF,
  title={Conformal quantum field theory in various dimensions},
  author={M. Bischoff and Daniel Meise and Karl-Henning Rehren and Ingo Wagner},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
  year={2009}
}
Various relations between conformal quantum field theories in one, two and four dimensions are explored. The intention is to obtain a better understanding of 4D CFT with the help of methods from lower dimensional CFT. 
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