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The classification of subfactors with index at most $5 \frac{1}{4}$

  title={The classification of subfactors with index at most \$5 \frac\{1\}\{4\}\$},
  author={Narjess Afzaly and Scott Morrison and David Penneys},
  journal={arXiv: Operator Algebras},
Subfactor standard invariants encode quantum symmetries. The small index subfactor classification program has been a rich source of interesting quantum symmetries. We give the complete classification of subfactor standard invariants to index $5\frac{1}{4}$, which includes $3+\sqrt{5}$, the first interesting composite index. 
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