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Twisted Ktheory and modular invariants: I Quantum doubles of finite groups
 In Operator Algebras: The Abel Symposium 2004, (Bratteli, Neshveyev, Skau, eds.), 117–144
, 2006
"... Summary. A twisted vectorbundle approach to αinduction and modular invariants. 1 Introduction and statement of results The Verlinde algebra is central to conformal field theory and consequently also to the braided subfactor approach to modular invariants. In the braided subfactor approach to mod ..."
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Summary. A twisted vectorbundle approach to αinduction and modular invariants. 1 Introduction and statement of results The Verlinde algebra is central to conformal field theory and consequently also to the braided subfactor approach to modular invariants. In the braided subfactor approach to modular invariants one has first a factor N, which we can take to be type III, and a nondegenerately braided system of endomorphisms
THE STATE SUM INVARIANT OF 3MANIFOLDS CONSTRUCTED FROM THE E6 LINEAR SKEIN
, 2013
"... Abstract. The E6 state sum invariant is a topological invariant of closed 3manifolds constructed by using the 6jsymbols of the E6 subfactor. In this paper, we introduce the E6 linear skein as a certain vector space motivated by E6 subfactor planar algebra, and develop its linear skein theory by sh ..."
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Abstract. The E6 state sum invariant is a topological invariant of closed 3manifolds constructed by using the 6jsymbols of the E6 subfactor. In this paper, we introduce the E6 linear skein as a certain vector space motivated by E6 subfactor planar algebra, and develop its linear skein theory by showing many relations in it. By using this linear skein, we give an elementary selfcontained construction of the E6 state sum invariant. 1.
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, 2004
"... 1. The scope of this review 2. Terms, definitions, models and measures 3. An overview of the evidence of culture’s contribution to regeneration 4. Evidencebased case studies of culture’s contribution to regeneration ..."
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1. The scope of this review 2. Terms, definitions, models and measures 3. An overview of the evidence of culture’s contribution to regeneration 4. Evidencebased case studies of culture’s contribution to regeneration