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Ising model : making probabilistic sense of some CFT ideas

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ct:Scaling limits of critical planar lattice models are conjectured to be described by Conformal Field Theory (CFT). The most classical example is the Ising model, which is expected to be described by a minimal model of CFT . We will discuss some progress in this direction: the proof of the conjectured formulae for the correlation functions using discrete complex analytic spinors and ways to make sense of the very objects and methods of CFT .

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