On the percolation BCFT and the crossing probability of Watts
The logarithmic conformal field theory describing critical percolation is further explored using Watts' determination of the probability that there exists a cluster connecting both horizontal and vertical edges. The boundary condition changing operator which governs Watts' computation is identified with a primary field which does not fit naturally within the extended Kac table. Instead a "shifted" extended Kac table is shown to be relevant. Augmenting the previously known logarithmic theory...[Show more]
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