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Group field theory renormalization - the 3d case: power counting of divergences

Laurent Freidel, Razvan Gurau, Daniele Oriti

"A 3D GFT graph G is a fat graph"

http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9306153

2D Gravity and Random Matrices

P. Di Francesco, P. Ginsparg, J. Zinn-Justin

"Such diagrams do not yet have enough structure to specify a Riemann surface. The additional structure is given by widening the propagators to ribbons (to give so-called ribbon graphs or “fatgraphs”)."

http://arxiv.org/abs/0809.2393

Explicit tensor network representation for the ground states of string-net models

O. Buerschaper, M. Aguado, G. Vidal

"A crucial device in the formulation of these models is the fat lattice, which allows an interpretation of the lattice model in terms of a theory in the continuum"

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# Is Group Field Theory fat?

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