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Group Field Theories by Thomas Krajewski

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Group Field Theories
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 58

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Group field theories are particular quantum field theories defined on D copies of a group which reproduce spin foam amplitudes on a space-time of dimension D. In these lecture notes, we present the general construction of group field theories, merging ideas from tensor models and loop quantum gravity.

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