Superconformal defects in the tricritical Ising model

@article{Gang2008SuperconformalDI,
  title={Superconformal defects in the tricritical Ising model},
  author={Dongmin Gang and Satoshi Yamaguchi},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2008},
  volume={2008},
  pages={076-076}
}
We study superconformal defect lines in the tricritical Ising model in 2 dimensions. By the folding trick, a superconformal defect is mapped to a superconformal boundary of the = 1 superconformal unitary minimal model of c = 7/5 with D6−E6 modular invariant. It turns out that the complete set of the boundary states of c = 7/5 D6−E6 model cannot be interpreted as the consistent set of superconformal defects in the tricritical Ising model since it does not contain the ``no defect'' boundary state… 

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