The BMS Bootstrap

@inproceedings{Bagchi2016TheBB,
  title={The BMS Bootstrap},
  author={Arjun Bagchi and Mirah Gary and Zodinmawia},
  year={2016}
}
We initiate a study of the bootstrap programme for field theories with BMS symmetry. Specifically, we look at two-dimensional field theories with BMS3 symmetry and using highest weight representations we construct the BMS bootstrap equation by formulating the notion of crossing symmetry in the four-point functions of these field theories. In the limit of large central charge, we find analytic expressions for the BMS blocks that are the basic ingredients for the solution of the bootstrap… 

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