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The elevendimensional supermembrane revisited
 LETT
, 1995
"... It is argued that the type IIA 10dimensional superstring theory is actually a compactified 11dimensional supermembrane theory in which the fundamental supermembrane is identified with the the solitonic membrane of 11dimensional supergravity. The charged extreme black holes of the 10dimensional t ..."
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It is argued that the type IIA 10dimensional superstring theory is actually a compactified 11dimensional supermembrane theory in which the fundamental supermembrane is identified with the the solitonic membrane of 11dimensional supergravity. The charged extreme black holes of the 10dimensional
Two dimensional gauge theories revisited
 J. Geom. Phys
, 1992
"... Two dimensional quantum YangMills theory is reexamined using a nonabelian version of the DuistermaatHeckman integration formula to carry out the functional integral. This makes it possible to explain properties of the theory that are inaccessible to standard methods and to obtain general expressi ..."
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Two dimensional quantum YangMills theory is reexamined using a nonabelian version of the DuistermaatHeckman integration formula to carry out the functional integral. This makes it possible to explain properties of the theory that are inaccessible to standard methods and to obtain general
Duality in the type II superstring effective action, Nucl. Phys. B451
, 1995
"... We derive the T–duality transformations that transform a general d = 10 solution of the type–IIA string with one isometry to a solution of the type–IIB string with one isometry and vice versa. In contrast to other superstring theories, the T–duality transformations are not related to a noncompact s ..."
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compact symmetry of a d = 9 supergravity theory. We also discuss S–duality in d = 9 and d = 10 and the relationship with elevendimensional supergravity theory. We apply these dualities to generate new solutions of the type–IIA and type–IIB superstrings and of elevendimensional supergravity. 1 Address after
Geometric Constructions of Nongeometric String Theories
, 2002
"... We advocate a framework for constructing perturbative closed string compactifications which do not have largeradius limits. The idea is to augment the class of vacua which can be described as fibrations by enlarging the monodromy group around the singular fibers to include perturbative stringy dual ..."
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duality symmetries. As a controlled laboratory for testing this program, we study in detail sixdimensional (1,0) supersymmetric vacua arising from twotorus fibrations over a twodimensional base. We also construct some examples of twotorus fibrations over fourdimensional bases, and comment
Coil sensitivity encoding for fast MRI. In:
 Proceedings of the ISMRM 6th Annual Meeting,
, 1998
"... New theoretical and practical concepts are presented for considerably enhancing the performance of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) by means of arrays of multiple receiver coils. Sensitivity encoding (SENSE) is based on the fact that receiver sensitivity generally has an encoding effect complementa ..."
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, sampling along a Cartesian grid in kspace corresponding to standard Fourier imaging with reduced FOV. Owing to the underlying principle, the concepts outlined in this work have been named SENSE, short for SENSitivity Encoding (810). Together with SENSE theory and methods, a detailed SNR analysis
Vacuum Interpolation in supergravity via super pbranes
, 1993
"... We show that many of the recently proposed supersymmetric pbrane solutions of d=10 and d=11 supergravity have the property that they interpolate between Minkowski spacetime and a compactified spacetime, both being supersymmetric supergravity vacua. Our results imply that the effective worldvolume a ..."
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action for small fluctuations of the super pbrane is a supersingleton field theory for (adS)p+2, as has been often conjectured in the past. 1 It is possible that particle physics in our fourdimensional (d=4) universe may ultimately be welldescribed by some compactification of a tendimensional (d=10
Monstrous moonshine and monstrous Lie superalgebras
 INVENT. MATH
, 1992
"... We prove Conway and Norton’s moonshine conjectures for the infinite dimensional representation of the monster simple group constructed by Frenkel, Lepowsky and Meurman. To do this we use the noghost theorem from string theory to construct a family of generalized KacMoody superalgebras of rank 2, w ..."
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We prove Conway and Norton’s moonshine conjectures for the infinite dimensional representation of the monster simple group constructed by Frenkel, Lepowsky and Meurman. To do this we use the noghost theorem from string theory to construct a family of generalized KacMoody superalgebras of rank 2
Extremal Transitions and FiveDimensional supersymmetric field theories
, 1996
"... We study fivedimensional supersymmetric field theories with onedimensional Coulomb branch. We extend a previous analysis which led to nontrivial fixed points with En symmetry (E8, E7, E6, E5 = Spin(10), E4 = SU(5), E3 = SU(3) × SU(2), E2 = SU(2) × U(1) and E1 = SU(2)) by finding two new theories ..."
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We study fivedimensional supersymmetric field theories with onedimensional Coulomb branch. We extend a previous analysis which led to nontrivial fixed points with En symmetry (E8, E7, E6, E5 = Spin(10), E4 = SU(5), E3 = SU(3) × SU(2), E2 = SU(2) × U(1) and E1 = SU(2)) by finding two new
Five Dimensional SUSY Field Theories, Nontrivial Fixed Points and String Dynamics
, 1996
"... We study (nonrenormalizable) five dimensional supersymmetric field theories. The theories are parametrized by quark masses and a gauge coupling. We derive the metric on the Coulomb branch exactly. We use stringy considerations to learn about new nontrivial interacting field theories with exception ..."
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We study (nonrenormalizable) five dimensional supersymmetric field theories. The theories are parametrized by quark masses and a gauge coupling. We derive the metric on the Coulomb branch exactly. We use stringy considerations to learn about new nontrivial interacting field theories
Some Developments of the BlackwellMacQueen Urn Scheme
 Statistics, Probability and Game Theory; Papers in honor of David Blackwell
, 1996
"... The BlackwellMacQueen description of sampling from a Dirichlet random distribution on an abstract space is reviewed, and extended to a general family of random discrete distributions. Results are obtained by application of Kingman's theory of partition structures. 1 Introduction Blackwell and ..."
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The BlackwellMacQueen description of sampling from a Dirichlet random distribution on an abstract space is reviewed, and extended to a general family of random discrete distributions. Results are obtained by application of Kingman's theory of partition structures. 1 Introduction Blackwell
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