Exotic Subfactors of Finite Depth with Jones Indices and

  title={Exotic Subfactors of Finite Depth with Jones Indices and},
  author={Marta M. Asaeda and Uffe Haagerup},
  journal={Communications in Mathematical Physics},
Abstract:We prove existence of subfactors of finite depth of the hyperfinite II1 factor with indices and . The existence of the former was announced by the second named author in 1993 and that of the latter has been conjectured since then. These are the only known subfactors with finite depth which do not arise from classical groups, quantum groups or rational conformal field theory. 

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