Rational conformal field theory
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In theoretical physics, rational conformal field theory is a special type of conformal field theory with a finite number of conformal primaries. In these theories, all dimensions (and the central charge) are rational numbers that can be computed from the consistency conditions of conformal field theory. The most famous examples are the so-called minimal models.
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