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The Resource Symmetries and groups in contemporary physics : proceedings of the XXIX International Colloquium on GroupTheoretical Methods in Physics, Tianjin China, 2026 August 2012, edited by Chengming Bai, JeanPierre Gazeau, MoLin Ge
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 This volume focuses on developments in the field of group theory in its broadest sense and is of interest to theoretical and experimental physicists, mathematicians, and scientists in related disciplines who are interested in the latest methods and applications. In an increasingly ultraspecialized world, this volume will demonstrate the interchange of ideas and methods in theoretical and mathematical physics
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 Preface; International Advisory Committee and Organizing Committee; ICGTMP Standing Committee; CONTENTS; Opening Address H.D. Doebner; The Wigner Medal; Wigner Medal and Wigner Medalists; The Wigner Medal at the Chern Institute of Mathematics A. Bohm; Laudatio for the 2012 Wigner Medalist C. Alden Mead B. K. Kendrick; 1. Mead's Background and Research Interests; 2. The Anomalous Sign Change in Molecules; 3. The Gauge Theory of Molecules; References; Wigner Medal Acceptance C. A. Mead; The Hermann Weyl Prize; Hermann Weyl Prize and H. Weyl Prize Awardees
 Presentation of the 2012 Weyl Prize Awardee: Razvan Gurau E. CorriganPlenary Session; The Surprising Connection Between Exactly Solved Lattice Models and Discrete Holomorphicity M. T. Batchelor; 1. Introduction; 2. The O(n) loop model; 3. Selfavoiding random walks; 3.1. The polymer adsorption transition; 4. The ZN model; 5. Discussion; Acknowledgments; References; Quantum Computing: A Quantum Group Approach Z. Wang; 1. Quantum group and quantum computing; 2. Modular categories as finite abelian groups; 3. Modular categories as topological phases of matter
 4. Modular categories as anyonic quantum computers4.0.1. Braiding universal anyons; 4.0.2. Resource assisted universal anyons; 5. Majorana physics and its realization; 6. Open problems and future directions; 6.0.3. SPT and SET; 6.0.4. Fermion systems; 6.0.5. (3+1)TQFTs; Acknowledgments; References; YangBaxter Equation and Quantum Information M.L. Ge and K. Xue; 1. Introduction; 2. 2dimensional representations of U and topological basis; 3. YangBaxterizaton (parametrization of braiding matrices); Topological basis related to BirmanWenzlMarakami algebra
 3d Topological Basis of BWMA for S unitary4. Conclusion Remarks; Acknowledgments; References; The Tensor Track: An Update V. Rivasseau; 1. Introduction; 2. Basic Hypotheses; 3. GFT's and TGFT's; 4. Desirable Properties; 4.1. Renormalization; 4.2. Asymptotic Freedom; 4.3. Constructibility; 4.4. Geometricity; 4.5. Dualities, holography; 5. Rules for TGFT's; 6. Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; Towards the Origin? D. Treille; Introduction; 1. The expanding Universe; 2. The timeline of the Universe; 3. Observing the Universe; 4. The Cosmic Microwave background (CMB)
 5. Bilan of observation6. Recreating samples; 7. The first few minutes; 8. The quarkhadron transition; 9. The Standard Model (SM) of particles; 10. A quantum world; 11. The SM in brief; 12. The BroutEnglertHiggs (BEH) mechanism in brief; 13. Electroweak symmetry breaking: the BEH boson; 14. Supersymmetry and Dark Matter; SUSY at LHC?; 15. Grand Unification?; 16. Ination?; 17. Why something rather than nothing?; 18. The broken mirrors; 19. The neutrinos; 20. Some final questions; Acknowledgments; References
 Gauge Potential and Permutation Symmetry for Molecular Systems with Identical Nuclei C. A. Mead
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 Symmetries and groups in contemporary physics : proceedings of the XXIX International Colloquium on GroupTheoretical Methods in Physics, Tianjin China, 2026 August 2012
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 Symmetries and groups in contemporary physics
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 proceedings of the XXIX International Colloquium on GroupTheoretical Methods in Physics
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 Tianjin China, 2026 August 2012
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 edited by Chengming Bai, JeanPierre Gazeau, MoLin Ge
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 eng
 eng
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 This volume focuses on developments in the field of group theory in its broadest sense and is of interest to theoretical and experimental physicists, mathematicians, and scientists in related disciplines who are interested in the latest methods and applications. In an increasingly ultraspecialized world, this volume will demonstrate the interchange of ideas and methods in theoretical and mathematical physics
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 Symmetries and groups in contemporary physics : proceedings of the XXIX International Colloquium on GroupTheoretical Methods in Physics, Tianjin China, 2026 August 2012, edited by Chengming Bai, JeanPierre Gazeau, MoLin Ge
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 Preface; International Advisory Committee and Organizing Committee; ICGTMP Standing Committee; CONTENTS; Opening Address H.D. Doebner; The Wigner Medal; Wigner Medal and Wigner Medalists; The Wigner Medal at the Chern Institute of Mathematics A. Bohm; Laudatio for the 2012 Wigner Medalist C. Alden Mead B. K. Kendrick; 1. Mead's Background and Research Interests; 2. The Anomalous Sign Change in Molecules; 3. The Gauge Theory of Molecules; References; Wigner Medal Acceptance C. A. Mead; The Hermann Weyl Prize; Hermann Weyl Prize and H. Weyl Prize Awardees
 Presentation of the 2012 Weyl Prize Awardee: Razvan Gurau E. CorriganPlenary Session; The Surprising Connection Between Exactly Solved Lattice Models and Discrete Holomorphicity M. T. Batchelor; 1. Introduction; 2. The O(n) loop model; 3. Selfavoiding random walks; 3.1. The polymer adsorption transition; 4. The ZN model; 5. Discussion; Acknowledgments; References; Quantum Computing: A Quantum Group Approach Z. Wang; 1. Quantum group and quantum computing; 2. Modular categories as finite abelian groups; 3. Modular categories as topological phases of matter
 4. Modular categories as anyonic quantum computers4.0.1. Braiding universal anyons; 4.0.2. Resource assisted universal anyons; 5. Majorana physics and its realization; 6. Open problems and future directions; 6.0.3. SPT and SET; 6.0.4. Fermion systems; 6.0.5. (3+1)TQFTs; Acknowledgments; References; YangBaxter Equation and Quantum Information M.L. Ge and K. Xue; 1. Introduction; 2. 2dimensional representations of U and topological basis; 3. YangBaxterizaton (parametrization of braiding matrices); Topological basis related to BirmanWenzlMarakami algebra
 3d Topological Basis of BWMA for S unitary4. Conclusion Remarks; Acknowledgments; References; The Tensor Track: An Update V. Rivasseau; 1. Introduction; 2. Basic Hypotheses; 3. GFT's and TGFT's; 4. Desirable Properties; 4.1. Renormalization; 4.2. Asymptotic Freedom; 4.3. Constructibility; 4.4. Geometricity; 4.5. Dualities, holography; 5. Rules for TGFT's; 6. Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; Towards the Origin? D. Treille; Introduction; 1. The expanding Universe; 2. The timeline of the Universe; 3. Observing the Universe; 4. The Cosmic Microwave background (CMB)
 5. Bilan of observation6. Recreating samples; 7. The first few minutes; 8. The quarkhadron transition; 9. The Standard Model (SM) of particles; 10. A quantum world; 11. The SM in brief; 12. The BroutEnglertHiggs (BEH) mechanism in brief; 13. Electroweak symmetry breaking: the BEH boson; 14. Supersymmetry and Dark Matter; SUSY at LHC?; 15. Grand Unification?; 16. Ination?; 17. Why something rather than nothing?; 18. The broken mirrors; 19. The neutrinos; 20. Some final questions; Acknowledgments; References
 Gauge Potential and Permutation Symmetry for Molecular Systems with Identical Nuclei C. A. Mead
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 Symmetries and groups in contemporary physics : proceedings of the XXIX International Colloquium on GroupTheoretical Methods in Physics, Tianjin China, 2026 August 2012, edited by Chengming Bai, JeanPierre Gazeau, MoLin Ge
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 Preface; International Advisory Committee and Organizing Committee; ICGTMP Standing Committee; CONTENTS; Opening Address H.D. Doebner; The Wigner Medal; Wigner Medal and Wigner Medalists; The Wigner Medal at the Chern Institute of Mathematics A. Bohm; Laudatio for the 2012 Wigner Medalist C. Alden Mead B. K. Kendrick; 1. Mead's Background and Research Interests; 2. The Anomalous Sign Change in Molecules; 3. The Gauge Theory of Molecules; References; Wigner Medal Acceptance C. A. Mead; The Hermann Weyl Prize; Hermann Weyl Prize and H. Weyl Prize Awardees
 Presentation of the 2012 Weyl Prize Awardee: Razvan Gurau E. CorriganPlenary Session; The Surprising Connection Between Exactly Solved Lattice Models and Discrete Holomorphicity M. T. Batchelor; 1. Introduction; 2. The O(n) loop model; 3. Selfavoiding random walks; 3.1. The polymer adsorption transition; 4. The ZN model; 5. Discussion; Acknowledgments; References; Quantum Computing: A Quantum Group Approach Z. Wang; 1. Quantum group and quantum computing; 2. Modular categories as finite abelian groups; 3. Modular categories as topological phases of matter
 4. Modular categories as anyonic quantum computers4.0.1. Braiding universal anyons; 4.0.2. Resource assisted universal anyons; 5. Majorana physics and its realization; 6. Open problems and future directions; 6.0.3. SPT and SET; 6.0.4. Fermion systems; 6.0.5. (3+1)TQFTs; Acknowledgments; References; YangBaxter Equation and Quantum Information M.L. Ge and K. Xue; 1. Introduction; 2. 2dimensional representations of U and topological basis; 3. YangBaxterizaton (parametrization of braiding matrices); Topological basis related to BirmanWenzlMarakami algebra
 3d Topological Basis of BWMA for S unitary4. Conclusion Remarks; Acknowledgments; References; The Tensor Track: An Update V. Rivasseau; 1. Introduction; 2. Basic Hypotheses; 3. GFT's and TGFT's; 4. Desirable Properties; 4.1. Renormalization; 4.2. Asymptotic Freedom; 4.3. Constructibility; 4.4. Geometricity; 4.5. Dualities, holography; 5. Rules for TGFT's; 6. Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; Towards the Origin? D. Treille; Introduction; 1. The expanding Universe; 2. The timeline of the Universe; 3. Observing the Universe; 4. The Cosmic Microwave background (CMB)
 5. Bilan of observation6. Recreating samples; 7. The first few minutes; 8. The quarkhadron transition; 9. The Standard Model (SM) of particles; 10. A quantum world; 11. The SM in brief; 12. The BroutEnglertHiggs (BEH) mechanism in brief; 13. Electroweak symmetry breaking: the BEH boson; 14. Supersymmetry and Dark Matter; SUSY at LHC?; 15. Grand Unification?; 16. Ination?; 17. Why something rather than nothing?; 18. The broken mirrors; 19. The neutrinos; 20. Some final questions; Acknowledgments; References
 Gauge Potential and Permutation Symmetry for Molecular Systems with Identical Nuclei C. A. Mead
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