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1371. M. Khorrami and M. Alimohammadi,
Observables of the Generalized 2D Yang-Mills Theories on Arbitrary Surfaces: A Path Integral Approach
Mod. Phys. Lett. A 12(1997), 2265-2270  [abstract]   
arXive.org link: hep-th/9612018 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
IPM/P-1997/025
 
1372. A. Aghamohammadi, M. Alimohammadi and M. Khorrami,
A Pseudo-Conformal Representation of the Virasoro Algebra
Mod. Phys. Lett. A 12(1997), 1349-1353  [abstract]   
arXive.org link: hep-th/9611009 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
IPM/P-1997/018
 
1373. M. Abolfath, J.J. Palacios, H.A. Fertig, S.M. Grivin and A.H. MacDonald,
A Critical Comparison of Field Theory and Microscopic Wave Functions for Skyrmions in Quantum Hall Ferromagnets
Phys. Rev. B 56(1997), 6795-6804  [abstract]   
arXive.org link: cond-mat/9705125 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
IPM/P-1997/016
 
1374. A. Shafiekhani and M. Khorrami,
Exactly and Quasi-Exactly Solvable Modelson the Basis of osp(2|1)
Mod. Phys. Lett. A 12(1997), 1655-1661  [abstract]   
arXive.org link: hep-th/9706164 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
IPM/P-1997/015
 
1375. A.M. Ghezelbash and V. Karimipour,
Global Conformal Invariance in D Dimensional and Logarithmic Correlation Functions
Phys. Lett. B 402(1997), 282-289  [abstract]   
arXive.org link: hep-th/9704082 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
IPM/P-1997/014
 
1376. M. Alimohammadi and M. Khorrami,
Greens Functions of 2-Dimensional Yang-Mills Theoies on Nonorientable Surfaces
Z. Phys. C 76(1997), 729-731  [abstract]   
arXive.org link: hep-th/9608144 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
IPM/P-1997/012
 
1377. A. Langari and V. Karimipour,
Quantum Renormalization Group for 1 Dimensional Fermion Systems: A Modified Scheme
Phys. Lett. A 236(1997), 106-112  [abstract]   
arXive.org link: cond-mat/9611128 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
IPM/P-1997/004
 
1378. M. Khorrami, M.R. Rahimi Tabar and A. Aghamohammadi,
The Logarithmic Conformal Field Theories
Nucl. Phys. B 497(1997), 555-566  [abstract]   
arXive.org link: hep-th/9610168 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
IPM/P-1996/039
 
1379. S. Rouhani and M.R. Rahimi Tabar,
Logarithmic Correlation Functions in Two-Dimensional Turbulence
Phys. Lett. A 224(1997), 331-336  [abstract]   
arXive.org link: hep-th/9606154 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
IPM/P-1996/038
 
1380. F. Ardalan and A.H. Fatollahi,
Point-Like Structure in Strings and Non-Commutative Geometry
Phys. Lett. B 408(1997), 157-163  [abstract]   
arXive.org link: hep-th/9610181 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
IPM/P-1996/036
 

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