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Non-invertible Symmetries and Higher Representation Theory I

@inproceedings{Bartsch2022NoninvertibleSA,
  title={Non-invertible Symmetries and Higher Representation Theory I},
  author={Thomas Bartsch and Mathew Bullimore and Andrea E. V. Ferrari and Jamie Pearson},
  year={2022}
}
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the global categorical symmetries that arise when gauging finite higher groups in three or more dimensions. The motivation is to provide a common perspective on constructions of non-invertible global symmetries in higher dimensions and a precise description of the associated symmetry categories. This paper focusses on gauging finite groups and split 2-groups in three dimensions. In addition to topological Wilson lines, we show that this generates a… 

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