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Holomorphic modular bootstrap revisited

@inproceedings{Kaidi2021HolomorphicMB,
  title={Holomorphic modular bootstrap revisited},
  author={Justin Kaidi and Ying-Hsuan Lin and Julio Parra-Martinez},
  year={2021}
}
In this work we revisit the “holomorphic modular bootstrap”, i.e. the classification of rational conformal field theories via an analysis of the modular differential equations satisfied by their characters. By making use of the representation theory of PSL(2,Zn), we describe a method to classify allowed central charges and weights (c, hi) for theories with any number of characters d. This allows us to avoid various bottlenecks encountered previously in the literature, and leads to a… Expand
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