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Laurie Field : Relating variants of SLE using the Brownian loop measure

In this talk I will discuss a framework for transforming one variant of the Schramm–Loewner evolution (SLE) into another. The main tool in this approach is the Brownian loop measure. A simple case is to relate the reversal of radial SLE to whole-plane SLE, which looks the same locally. Writing the formula one might naïvely expect fails, because the loop measure term is infinite. In joint work with Greg Lawler, we show that there is a finite normalized version of the loop measure term, and that with this change, the naïve formula relating the two SLEs becomes correct.

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