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Intermediate Wakimoto modules for affine sl ( n + 1 , C )

  title={Intermediate Wakimoto modules for affine sl ( n + 1 , C )},
  author={H. Saifi and Edward Vladimir Frenkel},
We construct certain boson-type realizations of affine sl(n + 1, C) that depend on a parameter 0 r n such that when r = 0 we get a Fock space realization appearing in [6] and when r = n they are the Wakimoto modules described in the work of Feigin and Frenkel [7]. PACS number: 02.20.Uw Mathematics Subject Classification: 17B67, 81R10 
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