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We classify irreducible II_1 subfactors A \subset B such that B \ominus A is reducible as an A-A bimodule, with index at most 6+1/5, leaving aside the composite subfactors at index exactly 6. Previous work has already achieved this up to index 3+\sqrt{5} \approx 5.23. We find there are exactly three such subfactors with index in (3+\sqrt{5}, 6+1/5], all with index 3+2\sqrt{2}. One of these comes from SO(3)_q at a root of unity, while the other two appear to be closely related, and are `braide...
Given a pair of fusion categories $C$ and $D$, we may form the free product $C * D$ and the tensor product $C \boxtimes D$. It is natural to think of the tensor product as a quotient of the free product. What other quotients are possible? When $C=D=A_2$, there is an infinite family of quotients interpolating between the free product and the tensor product (closely related to the $A_{2n-1}^{(1)}$ and $D_{n+2}^{(1)}$ subfactors at index 4). Bisch and Haagerup discovered one example of such an i...
We explain a technique for discovering the number of simple objects in $Z(C)$, the center of a fusion category $C$, as well as the combinatorial data of the induction and restriction functors at the level of Grothendieck rings. The only input is the fusion ring $K(C)$ and the dimension function $K(C) \to \mathbb{C}$. The method is not guaranteed to succeed (it may give spurious answers besides the correct one, or it may simply take too much computer time), but it seems it often does. We illus...
This article proves the existence and uniqueness of a subfactor planar algebra with principal graph consisting of a diamond with arms of length 2 at opposite sides, which we call 2D2. We also prove the uniqueness of the subfactor planar algebra with principal graph 4442. We conjecture this will complete the list of subfactor planar algebras at index $3+\sqrt{5}$.
We give a diagrammatic presentation in terms of generators mod relations of the representation category of $U_q(\mathfrak{sl}_n)$. More precisely, we produce all the relations among $\rm{SL}_n$-webs, thus describing the full subcategory tensor-generated by fundamental representations $\bigwedge^k \mathbb{C}^n$ (this subcategory can be idempotent completed to recover the entire representation category). Our result answers a question posed by Kuperberg [arXiv:q-alg/9712003] and affirms conjectu...
A subfactor is an inclusion $N \subset M$ of von Neumann algebras with trivial centers. The simplest example comes from the fixed points of a group action $M^G \subset M$, and subfactors can be thought of as fixed points of more general group-like algebraic structures. These algebraic structures are closely related to tensor categories and have played important roles in knot theory, quantum groups, statistical mechanics, and topological quantum field theory. There's a measure of size of a sub...
We give the classification of subfactor planar algebras at index exactly 5. All the examples arise as standard invariants of subgroup subfactors. Some of the requisite uniqueness results come from work of Izumi in preparation. The non-existence results build upon the classification of subfactor planar algebras with index less than 5, with some additional analysis of special cases.
Using Jones' quadratic tangles formulas, we automate the construction of the 4442, 3333, 3311, and 2221 spoke subfactors by finding sets of 1-strand jellyfish generators. The 4442 spoke subfactor is new, and the 3333, 3311, and 2221 spoke subfactors were previously known.
We compute the modular data (that is, the $S$ and $T$ matrices) for the centre of the extended Haagerup subfactor. The full structure (i.e. the associativity data, also known as 6-$j$ symbols or $F$ matrices) still appears to be inaccessible. Nevertheless, starting with just the number of simple objects and their dimensions (obtained by a combinatorial argument in arXiv:1404.3955) we find that it is surprisingly easy to leverage knowledge of the representation theory of $SL (2, \mathbb Z)$ in...
Subfactor standard invariants encode quantum symmetries. The small index subfactor classification program has been a rich source of interesting quantum symmetries. We give the complete classification of subfactor standard invariants to index $5\frac{1}{4}$, which includes $3+\sqrt{5}$, the first interesting composite index.
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