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SLE(8/3)-bubbles

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SLE curve is the conjectured limit of self-avoiding random walk. Simmons and Cardy recently predicted a formula for the probability that the chordal SLE $_{8/3}$ path passes to the left of two points in the upper half-plane. We will discuss how to prove this rigorously and will explain how this result could be used to study SLE bubbles and restriction measures.

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