Quantum Gravity as Random Geometry



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Abstract

Matrix
models, random maps and Liouville field
theory are prime tools which connect

random
geometry and quantum gravity in two dimensions. The
tensor track is a new program to extend this
connection to higher dimensions through

the
corresponding notions of tensor models, colored
triangulations and tensor group field theories.