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A Note of W-algebra Realisations
G. M. T. Watts
Physics , 1992, DOI: 10.1016/0370-2693(92)91950-E
Abstract: We provide a general description of realisations of W--algebras in terms of smaller W--algebras and free fields. This is based on the definition of the W--algebra as the commutant of a set of screening charges. This is conjectured to be related to partial gauge-fixings in the Hamiltonian reduction model.
Quantum Mass corrections for C_2^(1) Affine Toda theory solitons
G. M. T. Watts
Physics , 1994, DOI: 10.1016/0370-2693(94)91341-2
Abstract: We calculate the quantum mass corrections to the solitons in the C_2^(1) Affine Toda field theory. We find that the ratio of the masses of the two solitons is not constant.
Null vectors of the superconformal algebra: the Ramond sector
G. M. T. Watts
Physics , 1993, DOI: 10.1016/0550-3213(93)90280-3
Abstract: We consider the Ramond sector of the $N=1$ superconformal algebra and find expressions for the singular vectors in reducible highest weight Verma module representations by the fusion principle of Bauer et al.
Fusion in the W_3 algebra
G. M. T. Watts
Physics , 1994, DOI: 10.1007/BF02103771
Abstract: We develop the notions of fusion for representations of the W_3 algebra along the lines of Feigin and Fuchs. We present some explicit calculations for a W_3 minimal model.
Conserved charges in the chiral 3-state Potts model
G. M. T. Watts
Physics , 1997, DOI: 10.1088/0305-4470/31/25/010
Abstract: We consider the perturbations of the 3-state Potts conformal field theory introduced by Cardy as a description of the chiral 3-state Potts model. By generalising Zamolodchikov's counting argument and by explicit calculation we find new inhomogeneous conserved currents for this theory. We conjecture the existence of an infinite set of conserved currents of this form and discuss their relevance to the description of the chiral Potts models.
On the boundary Ising model with disorder operators
G. M. T. Watts
Physics , 2000, DOI: 10.1016/S0550-3213(00)00720-3
Abstract: We extend the well-known method of calculating bulk correlation functions of the conformal Ising model via bosonisation to situations with boundaries. Oshikawa and Affleck have found the boundary states of two decoupled Ising models in terms of the orbifold of a single free boson compactified on a circle of radius r=1; we adapt their results to include disorder operators. Using these boundary states we calculate the expectation value of a single disorder field on a cylinder with free boundary conditions and show that in the appropriate limits we recover the standard and frustrated partition functions. We also show how to calculate Ising correlation functions on the upper half plane.
Null vectors, 3-point and 4-point functions in conformal field theory
P. Bowcock,G. M. T. Watts
Physics , 1993, DOI: 10.1007/BF01102212
Abstract: We consider 3-point and 4-point correlation functions in a conformal field theory with a W-algebra symmetry. Whereas in a theory with only Virasoro symmetry the three point functions of descendants fields are uniquely determined by the three point function of the corresponding primary fields this is not the case for a theory with $W_3$ algebra symmetry. The generic 3-point functions of W-descendant fields have a countable degree of arbitrariness. We find, however, that if one of the fields belongs to a representation with null states that this has implications for the 3-point functions. In particular if one of the representations is doubly-degenerate then the 3-point function is determined up to an overall constant. We extend our analysis to 4-point functions and find that if two of the W-primary fields are doubly degenerate then the intermediate channels are limited to a finite set and that the corresponding chiral blocks are determined up to an overall constant. This corresponds to the existence of a linear differential equation for the chiral blocks with two completely degenerate fields as has been found in the work of Bajnok~et~al.
Quantum mass corrections for affine Toda solitons
N. J. MacKay,G. M. T. Watts
Physics , 1994, DOI: 10.1016/0550-3213(95)00093-8
Abstract: We calculate the first quantum corrections to the masses of solitons in imaginary-coupling affine Toda theories using the semi-classical method of Dashen, Hasslacher and Neveu. The theories divide naturally into those based on the simply-laced, the twisted and the untwisted non-simply-laced algebras. We find that the classical relationships between soliton and particle masses found by Olive {\em et al.\ }persist for the first two classes, but do not appear to do so naively for the third.
Null vectors of the W_3 algebra
P. Bowcock,G. M. T. Watts
Physics , 1992, DOI: 10.1016/0370-2693(92)91263-9
Abstract: We construct $W_3$ null vectors of a restricted class explicitly in two different forms. The method we use is an extension of that of Bauer et al.~in the Virasoro case. Our results are analogous to the formulae of Benoit and St.~Aubin for the Virasoro null vectors. We derive in the Virasoro case some alternative formulae for the same null vectors involving only the $L_{-1}$ and $L_{-2}$ modes of the Virasoro algebra. }
Non-unitarity in quantum affine Toda theory and perturbed conformal field theory
G. Takacs,G. M. T. Watts
Physics , 1998, DOI: 10.1016/S0550-3213(99)00100-5
Abstract: There has been some debate about the validity of quantum affine Toda field theory at imaginary coupling, owing to the non-unitarity of the action, and consequently of its usefulness as a model of perturbed conformal field theory. Drawing on our recent work, we investigate the two simplest affine Toda theories for which this is an issue - a2(1) and a2(2). By investigating the S-matrices of these theories before RSOS restriction, we show that quantum Toda theory, (with or without RSOS restriction), indeed has some fundamental problems, but that these problems are of two different sorts. For a2(1), the scattering of solitons and breathers is flawed in both classical and quantum theories, and RSOS restriction cannot solve this problem. For a2(2) however, while there are no problems with breather-soliton scattering there are instead difficulties with soliton-excited soliton scattering in the unrestricted theory. After RSOS restriction, the problems with kink-excited kink may be cured or may remain, depending in part on the choice of gradation, as we found in [12]. We comment on the importance of regradations, and also on the survival of R-matrix unitarity and the S-matrix bootstrap in these circumstances.
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