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The heterotic string at high temperature (or with strong supersymmetry breaking)
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The heterotic string at high temperature (or with strong supersymmetry breaking)
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Perturbative heterotic string theory develops a single complex tachyonic mode beyond the Hagedorn temperature. We calculate the quartic effective potential for this tachyonic mode at the critical temperature. Equivalently, we determine the quartic effective potential for strong supersymmetric breaking via antiperdiodic boundary conditions for f...
Perturbative heterotic string theory develops a single complex tachyonic mode beyond the Hagedorn temperature. We calculate the quartic effective potential for this tachyonic mode at the critical temperature. Equivalently, we determine the quartic effective potential for strong supersymmetric breaking via antiperdiodic boundary conditions for fermions on a small circle. We give many details of the heterotic tachyon scattering amplitudes, including a unitarity check to fix all normalization constants. We discuss difficulties in obtaining an effective action valid at all radii. We argue that in certain variables, the quartic term in the potential is radius independent. Speculations on the properties of a new strongly curved phase that could occur after tachyon condensation are offered.
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20111001
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Journal of High Energy Physics, 20111001, Volume 2011, pp 123
Journal of High Energy Physics, 20111001, Volume 2011, pp 123
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Superstrings and Heterotic Strings ; Tachyon Condensation
Superstrings and Heterotic Strings ; Tachyon Condensation
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The algebra of diffeomorphisms from the world sheet
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The algebra of diffeomorphisms from the world sheet
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The quantum theory of a massless spin two particle is strongly constrained by diffeomorphism invariance, which is in turn implied by unitarity. We explicitly exhibit the spacetime diffeomorphism algebra of string theory, realizing it in terms of world sheet vertex operators. Viewing diffeomorphisms as field redefinitions in the twodimensional ...
The quantum theory of a massless spin two particle is strongly constrained by diffeomorphism invariance, which is in turn implied by unitarity. We explicitly exhibit the spacetime diffeomorphism algebra of string theory, realizing it in terms of world sheet vertex operators. Viewing diffeomorphisms as field redefinitions in the twodimensional conformal field theory renders the calculation of their algebra straightforward. Next, we generalize the analysis to combinations of spacetime antisymmetric tensor gauge transformations and diffeomorphisms. We also point out a leftright split of the algebra combined with a twist that reproduces the Cbracket of double field theory. We further compare our derivation to an analysis in terms of marginal deformations as well as vertex operator algebras.
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20140901
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Journal of High Energy Physics, 20140901, Volume 2014, pp 118
Journal of High Energy Physics, 20140901, Volume 2014, pp 118
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Bosonic Strings ; Conformal Field Models in String Theory ; SpaceTime Symmetries ; BRST Symmetry
Bosonic Strings ; Conformal Field Models in String Theory ; SpaceTime Symmetries ; BRST Symmetry
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hepth/yymmddd Massive Tensor Multiplets in N = 1 Supersymmetry 1
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hepth/yymmddd Massive Tensor Multiplets in N = 1 Supersymmetry 1
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Jan Louis
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We derive the action for a massive tensor multiplet coupled to chiral and vector multiplets as it can appear in orientifold compactifications of type IIB string theory. We compute the potential of the theory and show its consistency with the corresponding KaluzaKlein reduction of N = 1 orientifold compactifications. The potential contains an ex...
We derive the action for a massive tensor multiplet coupled to chiral and vector multiplets as it can appear in orientifold compactifications of type IIB string theory. We compute the potential of the theory and show its consistency with the corresponding KaluzaKlein reduction of N = 1 orientifold compactifications. The potential contains an explicit mass term for the scalar in the tensor multiplet which does not arise from eliminating an auxiliary field. A dual action with an additional massive vector multiplet is derived at the level of superfields.
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20130130
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Waldemar.Schulgin, Jan.Troost @ lpt.ens.fr
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Waldemar
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We provide the backreaction of the Tfold doubly Tdual to a background with NSNS threeform flux on a threetorus. We extend the backreacted Tfold to include cases with a flux localized in one out of three directions. We analyze the resulting monodromy domain walls and vortices. In these backgrounds, we give an analysis of the action of Tdual...
We provide the backreaction of the Tfold doubly Tdual to a background with NSNS threeform flux on a threetorus. We extend the backreacted Tfold to include cases with a flux localized in one out of three directions. We analyze the resulting monodromy domain walls and vortices. In these backgrounds, we give an analysis of the action of Tduality on observables like charges and Wilson surfaces. We analyze arguments for the existence of regions in the configuration space of second quantized string theory that cannot be reduced to geometry. Finally, by allowing for spacedependent moduli, we find a supergravity solution which is a Tfold with hyperbolic monodromies. 1
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20130804
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Author manuscript, published in "The Proceedings of the International Conference on Strings and Branes: The Present Paradigm for Gauge Interactions and Cosmology (Cargèse School...
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Author manuscript, published in "The Proceedings of the International Conference on Strings and Branes: The Present Paradigm for Gauge Interactions and Cosmology (Cargèse School on String Theory) France (2006)" Zero mode counting in the presence of backgr
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To obtain a superpotential contribution from a D3instanton in type IIB string theory, two fermionic zero modes should be present on the worldvolume of a D3brane wrapping a fourcycle. We discuss this criterium in the presence of fluxes for different configurations of Oplanes and Euclidean D3branes. 1.
To obtain a superpotential contribution from a D3instanton in type IIB string theory, two fermionic zero modes should be present on the worldvolume of a D3brane wrapping a fourcycle. We discuss this criterium in the presence of fluxes for different configurations of Oplanes and Euclidean D3branes. 1.
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20131030
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Liouville theory beyond the cosmological horizon
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Liouville theory beyond the cosmological horizon
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Geoffrey Compère
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Laura Donnay
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PierreHenry Lambert
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Waldemar Schulgin
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The dS/CFT correspondence postulates the existence of a Euclidean CFT dual to a suitable gravity theory with Dirichlet boundary conditions asymptotic to de Sitter spacetime. A semiclassical model of such a correspondence consists of Einstein gravity with positive cosmological constant and without matter which is dual to Euclidean Liouville theo...
The dS/CFT correspondence postulates the existence of a Euclidean CFT dual to a suitable gravity theory with Dirichlet boundary conditions asymptotic to de Sitter spacetime. A semiclassical model of such a correspondence consists of Einstein gravity with positive cosmological constant and without matter which is dual to Euclidean Liouville theory defined at the future conformal boundary. Here we show that Euclidean Liouville theory is also dual to Einstein gravity with Dirichlet boundary conditions on a fixed timelike slice in the static patch. Intriguingly, the spacetime interpretation of Euclidean Liouville time is the physical time of the static observer. As a prerequisite of this correspondence, we show that the asymptotic symmetry algebra which consists of two copies of the Virasoro algebra extends everywhere into the bulk.
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Year of Publication:
20150301
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Journal of High Energy Physics, 20150301, Volume 2015, pp 120
Journal of High Energy Physics, 20150301, Volume 2015, pp 120
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Duality in Gauge Field Theories ; ChernSimons Theories ; Classical Theories of Gravity ; SpaceTime Symmetries
Duality in Gauge Field Theories ; ChernSimons Theories ; Classical Theories of Gravity ; SpaceTime Symmetries
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Spin chain for the deformed ABJM theory
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Spin chain for the deformed ABJM theory
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Davide Forcellaa A
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In this short note we begin the analysis of deformed integrable ChernSimons theories. We construct the two loop dilatation operator for the scalar sector of the ABJM theory with k1 ̸ = −k2 and we compute the anomalous dimension of some operators. 1
In this short note we begin the analysis of deformed integrable ChernSimons theories. We construct the two loop dilatation operator for the scalar sector of the ABJM theory with k1 ̸ = −k2 and we compute the anomalous dimension of some operators. 1
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20121127
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http://arxiv.org/pdf/0906.3301v2.pdf
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and Nongeometric regions in configuration space
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and Nongeometric regions in configuration space
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Backreacted Tfolds
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We provide the backreaction of the Tfold doubly Tdual to a background with NSNS threeform flux on a threetorus. We extend the backreacted Tfold to include cases with a flux localized in one out of three directions. We analyze the resulting monodromy domain walls and vortices. In these backgrounds, we give an analysis of the action of Tdual...
We provide the backreaction of the Tfold doubly Tdual to a background with NSNS threeform flux on a threetorus. We extend the backreacted Tfold to include cases with a flux localized in one out of three directions. We analyze the resulting monodromy domain walls and vortices. In these backgrounds, we give an analysis of the action of Tduality on observables like charges and Wilson surfaces. We analyze arguments for the existence of regions in the configuration space of second quantized string theory that cannot be reduced to geometry. Finally, by allowing for spacedependent moduli, we find a supergravity solution which is a Tfold with hyperbolic monodromies. 1
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hepth/0509082 Fermion Zero Modes in the Presence of Fluxes
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hepth/0509082 Fermion Zero Modes in the Presence of Fluxes
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A Nonperturbative Superpotential
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We study the effect of background fluxes of general Hodge type on the supersymmetry conditions and on the fermionic zero modes on the worldvolume of a Euclidean M5/D3–brane in Mtheory/type IIB string theory. Using the naive susy variation of the modulino fields to determine the number of zero modes in the presence of a flux of general Hodge ty...
We study the effect of background fluxes of general Hodge type on the supersymmetry conditions and on the fermionic zero modes on the worldvolume of a Euclidean M5/D3–brane in Mtheory/type IIB string theory. Using the naive susy variation of the modulino fields to determine the number of zero modes in the presence of a flux of general Hodge type, an inconsistency appears. This inconsistency is resolved by a modification of the supersymmetry variation of the modulinos, which captures the backreaction of the nonperturbative effects on the background flux and the geometry. 1
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hepth/0509082 Fermion Zero Modes in the Presence of Fluxes
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hepth/0509082 Fermion Zero Modes in the Presence of Fluxes
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We study the effect of background fluxes of general Hodge type on the supersymmetry conditions and on the fermionic zero modes on the worldvolume of a Euclidean M5/D3–brane in Mtheory/type IIB string theory. Using the naive susy variation of the modulino fields to determine the number of zero modes in the presence of a flux of general Hodge ty...
We study the effect of background fluxes of general Hodge type on the supersymmetry conditions and on the fermionic zero modes on the worldvolume of a Euclidean M5/D3–brane in Mtheory/type IIB string theory. Using the naive susy variation of the modulino fields to determine the number of zero modes in the presence of a flux of general Hodge type, an inconsistency appears. This inconsistency is resolved by a modification of the supersymmetry variation of the modulinos, which captures the backreaction of the nonperturbative effects on the background flux and the geometry. 1
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