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AbstractRecent observations of coronal loops in solar active regions show that their heating must be a truly dynamic process. Even though it seems clear that the energy source is the magnetic field that confines the coronal plasma, the details of how it dissipates are still a matter of debate. In this presentation we review the theoretical models of coronal heating, which have been traditionally clasified as DC or AC depending on the electrodynamic response of the loops to the photosphericdoi:10.1017/s1743921311014980 fatcat:gm7m4r2hdzfdveu5qzzzxierce