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Interacting fermions on the half-line: boundary counterterms and boundary corrections

  title={Interacting fermions on the half-line: boundary counterterms and boundary corrections},
  author={Giovanni Antinucci},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
Recent years witnessed an extensive development of the theory of the critical point in two-dimensional statistical systems, which allowed to prove {\it existence} and {\it conformal invariance} of the {\it scaling limit} for two-dimensional Ising model and dimers in planar graphs. Unfortunately, we are still far from a full understanding of the subject: so far, exact solutions at the lattice level, in particular determinant structure and exact discrete holomorphicity, play a cucial role in the… 



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