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Pastels anglais, 1750-1830.

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1911.

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A holographic model for the fractional quantum Hall effect

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Experimental data for fractional quantum Hall systems can to a large extent be explained by assuming the existence of a Γ0(2) modular symmetry group commuting with the renormalization group flow and hence mapping different phases of two-dimensional electron gases into each other. Based on this insight, we construct a phenomenological holographic...

Experimental data for fractional quantum Hall systems can to a large extent be explained by assuming the existence of a Γ0(2) modular symmetry group commuting with the renormalization group flow and hence mapping different phases of two-dimensional electron gases into each other. Based on this insight, we construct a phenomenological holographic model which captures many features of the fractional quantum Hall effect. Using an
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$$ \mathrm{S}\mathrm{L}\left(2,\;\mathbb{Z}\right) $$-invariant Einstein-Maxwell-axio-dilaton theory capturing the important modular transformation properties of quantum Hall physics, we find dyonic diatonic black hole solutions which are gapped and have a Hall conductivity equal to the filling fraction, as expected for quantum Hall states. We also provide several technical results on the general behavior of the gauge field fluctuations around these dyonic dilatonic black hole solutions: we specify a sufficient criterion for IR normalizability of the fluctuations, demonstrate the preservation of the gap under the
SL2,ℤ
$$ \mathrm{S}\mathrm{L}\left(2,\;\mathbb{Z}\right) $$ action, and prove that the singularity of the fluctuation problem in the presence of a magnetic field is an accessory singularity. We finish with a preliminary investigation of the possible IR scaling solutions of our model and some speculations on how they could be important for the observed universality of quantum Hall transitions. Minimize

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Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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2015-01-01

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Journal of High Energy Physics, 2015-01-01, Volume 2015, pp 1-81

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Regular Article - Theoretical Physics

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Gauge-gravity correspondence ; Holography and condensed matter physics (AdS/CMT)

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niederdimensionale Theorie oder umgekehrt. In der Stringtheorie sind zwei derartige Situationen bekannt: Die Anti-de Sitter/Conformal Field Theorie-Korrespondenz (AdS/CFT-Korrespondenz), welche in Kapitel 2 näher erläutert wird, ermöglicht eine äquivalente Beschreibung von Stringtheorie in Räumen mit fünfdimensionaler Anti-de Sitter-Asymptotik d...

niederdimensionale Theorie oder umgekehrt. In der Stringtheorie sind zwei derartige Situationen bekannt: Die Anti-de Sitter/Conformal Field Theorie-Korrespondenz (AdS/CFT-Korrespondenz), welche in Kapitel 2 näher erläutert wird, ermöglicht eine äquivalente Beschreibung von Stringtheorie in Räumen mit fünfdimensionaler Anti-de Sitter-Asymptotik durch Eichtheorien auf dem konformen Rand dieser Räume, insbesondere dem vierdimensionalen Minkowskiraum. Umgekehrt ermöglicht die Korrespondenz die Beschreibung von Eichtheorien bei starker Kopplung durch zehndimensionale Supergravitation. Andererseits beschreiben – wie in Kapitel 5 ausgeführt – quantenmechanische Modelle mit matrixwertigen Freiheitsgraden, sogenannte Matrixmodelle, holographisch die elfdimensionale M-Theorie, eine aus der Stringtheorie folgenden Quantentheorie der elfdimensionalen N = 1 Supergravitation. Diese Dissertation beschäftigt sich mit drei Verallgemeinerungen dieser Minimize

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2012-06-25

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Ramifications of lineland

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Abstract: A non-technical overview on gravity in two dimensions is provided. Applications discussed in this work comprise 2D type 0A/0B string theory, Black Hole evaporation/thermodynamics, toy models for quantum gravity, for numerical General Relativity in the context of critical collapse and for solid state analogues of Black Holes. Mathematic...

Abstract: A non-technical overview on gravity in two dimensions is provided. Applications discussed in this work comprise 2D type 0A/0B string theory, Black Hole evaporation/thermodynamics, toy models for quantum gravity, for numerical General Relativity in the context of critical collapse and for solid state analogues of Black Holes. Mathematical relations to integrable models, non-linear gauge theories, Poisson-sigma models, KdV surfaces and non-commutative geometry are presented. Minimize

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2013-01-28

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Black Holes in String Theory ; 2D Gravity ; Integrable Models. – 1 – Contents

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Constraints in two-dimensional dilaton gravity with fermions,” hep-th/0512267

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Abstract: Generalized Dilaton Theories in two dimensions coupled to Dirac fermions are subjected to constraint analysis. Three first class secondary constraints are found, corresponding to one local Lorentz symmetry and two diffeomorphisms. Moreover, the system also yields second class constraints from the fermions. The algebra of first class co...

Abstract: Generalized Dilaton Theories in two dimensions coupled to Dirac fermions are subjected to constraint analysis. Three first class secondary constraints are found, corresponding to one local Lorentz symmetry and two diffeomorphisms. Moreover, the system also yields second class constraints from the fermions. The algebra of first class constraints is calculated in some detail, and is found to be related to the classical Virasoro algebra. – 1 – Minimize

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2013-01-31

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Ramifications of lineland

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Abstract: A non-technical overview on gravity in two dimensions is provided. Applications discussed in this work comprise 2D type 0A/0B string theory, Black Hole evaporation/thermodynamics, toy models for quantum gravity, for numerical General Relativity in the context of critical collapse and for solid state analogues of Black Holes. Mathematic...

Abstract: A non-technical overview on gravity in two dimensions is provided. Applications discussed in this work comprise 2D type 0A/0B string theory, Black Hole evaporation/thermodynamics, toy models for quantum gravity, for numerical General Relativity in the context of critical collapse and for solid state analogues of Black Holes. Mathematical relations to integrable models, non-linear gauge theories, Poisson-sigma models, KdV surfaces and non-commutative geometry are presented. Minimize

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Ramifications of lineland

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Abstract: A non-technical overview on gravity in two dimensions is provided. Applications discussed in this work comprise 2D type 0A/0B string theory, Black Hole evaporation/thermodynamics, toy models for quantum gravity, for numerical General Relativity in the context of critical collapse and for solid state analogues of Black Holes. Mathematic...

Abstract: A non-technical overview on gravity in two dimensions is provided. Applications discussed in this work comprise 2D type 0A/0B string theory, Black Hole evaporation/thermodynamics, toy models for quantum gravity, for numerical General Relativity in the context of critical collapse and for solid state analogues of Black Holes. Mathematical relations to integrable models, non-linear gauge theories, Poisson-sigma models, KdV surfaces and non-commutative geometry are presented. Minimize

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Constraints in two-dimensional dilaton gravity with fermions,” hep-th/0512267

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Abstract: Generalized Dilaton Theories in two dimensions coupled to Dirac fermions are subjected to constraint analysis. Three first class secondary constraints are found, corresponding to one local Lorentz symmetry and two diffeomorphisms. Moreover, the system also yields second class constraints from the fermions. The algebra of first class co...

Abstract: Generalized Dilaton Theories in two dimensions coupled to Dirac fermions are subjected to constraint analysis. Three first class secondary constraints are found, corresponding to one local Lorentz symmetry and two diffeomorphisms. Moreover, the system also yields second class constraints from the fermions. The algebra of first class constraints is calculated in some detail, and is found to be related to the classical Virasoro algebra. – 1 – Minimize

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Constraints in two-dimensional dilaton gravity with fermions,” hep-th/0512267

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Abstract: Generalized Dilaton Theories in two dimensions coupled to Dirac fermions are subjected to constraint analysis. Three first class secondary constraints are found, corresponding to one local Lorentz symmetry and two diffeomorphisms. Moreover, the system also yields second class constraints from the fermions. The algebra of first class co...

Abstract: Generalized Dilaton Theories in two dimensions coupled to Dirac fermions are subjected to constraint analysis. Three first class secondary constraints are found, corresponding to one local Lorentz symmetry and two diffeomorphisms. Moreover, the system also yields second class constraints from the fermions. The algebra of first class constraints is calculated in some detail, and is found to be related to the classical Virasoro algebra. – 1 – Minimize

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MPP-2007-171 Two-Dimensional Quantum Gravity with Boundary

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Using the recently found first order formulation of two-dimensional dilaton gravity with boundary, we perform a Hamiltonian analysis and subsequent path integral quantization. The importance of the boundary terms to obtain the correct quantum result are outlined and the quantum triviality of the theory is shown to hold with this modification as ...

Using the recently found first order formulation of two-dimensional dilaton gravity with boundary, we perform a Hamiltonian analysis and subsequent path integral quantization. The importance of the boundary terms to obtain the correct quantum result are outlined and the quantum triviality of the theory is shown to hold with this modification as well. We compare with recent classical results and comment on further applications. Minimize

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2013-08-05

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two-dimensional gravity ; spacetime with boundary ; quantum gravity ; path integral

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