Subfactors of index less than 5, Part 3: quadruple points
One major obstacle in extending the classification of small index subfactors beyond 3 + √3 is the appearance of infinite families of candidate principal graphs with 4-valent vertices (in particular, the "weeds" Q and Q′ from Part 1 (Morrison and Snyde
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