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Tensor products and the Milnor-Moore theorem in the locality setup

  title={Tensor products and the Milnor-Moore theorem in the locality setup},
  author={Pierre Clavier and Loic Foissy and Diego A. L'opez and Sylvie Paycha},
The present exploratory paper deals with tensor products in the locality framework developed in previous work, a natural setting for an algebraic formulation of the locality principle in quantum field theory. Locality tensor products of locality vector spaces raise challenging questions, such as whether the locality tensor product of two locality vector spaces is a locality vector space. A related question is whether the quotient of locality vector spaces is a locality vector space, which we… 

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