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Dept. 서울대학교
date Sep 06, 2018

A W-algebra is introduced as a symmetry algebra in 2-dimensional conformal field theory. Mathematical realization of a W-algebra was introduced by the theory of vertex algebras. Especially, W-algebras related to Lie superalgebras have been studied by many mathematicians and physicists. Moreover, classical W-algebras (classification of W-algebras) and finite W-algebras (finitization of W-algebras) are interesting objects in integrable systems theory and representation theories. In this talk, I will briefly introduce (classical, finite) W-algebras associated Lie superalgebras and related topics.


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