Q A ] 3 1 M ar 2 00 0 A vertex operator algebra structure of degenerate minimal models

@inproceedings{Milas2000QA,
  title={Q A ] 3 1 M ar 2 00 0 A vertex operator algebra structure of degenerate minimal models},
  author={Antun Milas},
  year={2000}
}
We study fusion rings for degenerate minimal models (p = q) for N = 0, N = 1 and N = 2 (super)conformal algebras. In the first part we consider a family of modules for the Virasoro vertex operator algebra L(1, 0), and show that a fusion ring of the family is isomorphic to a Grothendieck ring Rep(sl(2,C)). In the second part, we used similar methods for the family of modules for N = 1 Neveu Schwarz vertex operator superalgebra L( 3 2 , 0) and obtain a fusion ring isomorphic to Rep(osp(1|2… CONTINUE READING

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