## Abstract

We comment on a program designed for the study of local chiral algebras and their representations in 2D conformal field theory. Based on the algebraic approach described by W. Nahm, this program efficiently calculates arbitrary n-point functions of these algebras. The program is designed such that calculations involving e.g. current algebras, W-algebras and N-Superconformal algebras can be performed. As a non-trivial application we construct an extension of the Virasoro algebra by two fields with spin four and six using the N=1-Super-Virasoro algebra. (orig.).

## Citation Formats

Honecker, A.
A note on the algebraic evaluation of correlators in local chiral conformal field theory.
Germany: N. p.,
1992.
Web.

Honecker, A.
A note on the algebraic evaluation of correlators in local chiral conformal field theory.
Germany.

Honecker, A.
1992.
"A note on the algebraic evaluation of correlators in local chiral conformal field theory."
Germany.

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title = {A note on the algebraic evaluation of correlators in local chiral conformal field theory}

author = {Honecker, A}

abstractNote = {We comment on a program designed for the study of local chiral algebras and their representations in 2D conformal field theory. Based on the algebraic approach described by W. Nahm, this program efficiently calculates arbitrary n-point functions of these algebras. The program is designed such that calculations involving e.g. current algebras, W-algebras and N-Superconformal algebras can be performed. As a non-trivial application we construct an extension of the Virasoro algebra by two fields with spin four and six using the N=1-Super-Virasoro algebra. (orig.).}

place = {Germany}

year = {1992}

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title = {A note on the algebraic evaluation of correlators in local chiral conformal field theory}

author = {Honecker, A}

abstractNote = {We comment on a program designed for the study of local chiral algebras and their representations in 2D conformal field theory. Based on the algebraic approach described by W. Nahm, this program efficiently calculates arbitrary n-point functions of these algebras. The program is designed such that calculations involving e.g. current algebras, W-algebras and N-Superconformal algebras can be performed. As a non-trivial application we construct an extension of the Virasoro algebra by two fields with spin four and six using the N=1-Super-Virasoro algebra. (orig.).}

place = {Germany}

year = {1992}

month = {Sep}

}