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Macroscopic strings as heavy quarks in large N gauge theory and Antide Sitter supergravity
 PHYS. J. C22
"... Maldacena has put forward large N correspondence between superconformal field theories on the brane and antide Sitter supergravity in spacetime. We study some aspects of the correspondence between N = 4 superconformal gauge theory on D3brane and maximal supergravity on adS5 × S5 by introducing mac ..."
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macroscopic strings as heavy (anti)quark probes. The macroscopic strings are semiinfinite Type IIB strings ending on D3brane worldvolume. We first study deformation and fluctuation of D3brane when a macroscopic BPS string is attached. We find that both dynamics and boundary conditions agree with those
Macroscopic Strings and “Quirks” at Colliders
, 805
"... We consider extensions of the standard model containing additional heavy particles (“quirks”) charged under a new unbroken nonabelian gauge group as well as the standard model. We assume that the quirk mass m is in the phenomenologically interesting range 100 GeV–TeV, and that the new gauge group g ..."
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are macroscopic, giving rise to events with two separated quirk tracks with measurable curvature toward each other due to the string interaction. For keV < ∼ Λ <
Tubular Solutions in NS5brane, Dpbrane and Macroscopic Strings Background
, 2005
"... We present our searches for the tubular bound states of a D2brane with m D0brane and n fundamental strings in the NS5brane, Dpbrane or macroscopic strings backgrounds by solving the DiracBornInfeld equation. The geometry of tubular configurations we considered are taken to be parallel to the b ..."
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We present our searches for the tubular bound states of a D2brane with m D0brane and n fundamental strings in the NS5brane, Dpbrane or macroscopic strings backgrounds by solving the DiracBornInfeld equation. The geometry of tubular configurations we considered are taken to be parallel
Intersecting Membranes from Charged Macroscopic Strings
, 2002
"... We present a class of orthogonal membrane configurations which preserve 1/4 of the full type IIA supersymmetry. These membrane configurations carry additional Fstring charges. We further analyze the D1 − D3 configuration after applying T duality along the world volume directions of the above ortho ..."
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We present a class of orthogonal membrane configurations which preserve 1/4 of the full type IIA supersymmetry. These membrane configurations carry additional Fstring charges. We further analyze the D1 − D3 configuration after applying T duality along the world volume directions of the above
MACROSCOPIC STRINGLIKE SOLUTIONS IN MASSIVE SUPERGRAVITY 1
, 1997
"... In this report we obtain explicit stringlike solutions of equations of motion of massive heterotic supergravity recently obtained by Bergshoeff, Roo and Eyras. We also find consistent string source which can be embedded in these backgrounds when spacetime dimension is greater than or equal to six. ..."
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In this report we obtain explicit stringlike solutions of equations of motion of massive heterotic supergravity recently obtained by Bergshoeff, Roo and Eyras. We also find consistent string source which can be embedded in these backgrounds when spacetime dimension is greater than or equal to six.
Dbrane Bound States from Charged Macroscopic Strings
, 2001
"... We construct new Dbrane bound states using charged macroscopic type IIB string solutions. A generic bound state solution, when dimensionally reduced, carries multiple gauge charges. Starting with D = 9 charged macroscopic strings, we obtain solutions in D = 10, which are interpreted as carrying (F, ..."
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We construct new Dbrane bound states using charged macroscopic type IIB string solutions. A generic bound state solution, when dimensionally reduced, carries multiple gauge charges. Starting with D = 9 charged macroscopic strings, we obtain solutions in D = 10, which are interpreted as carrying (F
Second Order Perturbations of a Macroscopic String; Covariant Approach
, 2008
"... Using a worldsheet covariant formalism, we derive the equations of motion for second order perturbations of a generic macroscopic string, thus generalizing previous results for first order perturbations. We give the explicit results for the first and second order perturbations of a contracting near ..."
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Using a worldsheet covariant formalism, we derive the equations of motion for second order perturbations of a generic macroscopic string, thus generalizing previous results for first order perturbations. We give the explicit results for the first and second order perturbations of a contracting
CTP/TAMU80/92 Classical Dynamics of Macroscopic Strings †
, 1992
"... In recent work, Dabholkar et al. constructed static “cosmic string ” solutions of the lowenergy supergravity equations of the heterotic string, and conjectured that these solitons are actually exterior solutions for infinitely long fundamental strings. In this paper we provide compelling dynamical ..."
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evidence to support this conjecture by computing the dynamical force exerted by a solitonic string on an identical teststring limit, the Veneziano amplitude for the scattering of macroscopic winding states and the metric on moduli space for the scattering of two string solitons. All three methods yield
EFI9373 hepth/9312127 Black Hole Evaporation along Macroscopic Strings
, 1994
"... We develop the quantization of a macroscopic string which extends radially from a Schwarzschild black hole. The Hawking process excites a thermal bath of string modes that causes the black hole to lose mass. The resulting typical string configuration is a random walk in the angular coordinates. We s ..."
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We develop the quantization of a macroscopic string which extends radially from a Schwarzschild black hole. The Hawking process excites a thermal bath of string modes that causes the black hole to lose mass. The resulting typical string configuration is a random walk in the angular coordinates. We
Qualitative process theory
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, 1982
"... Objects move, collide, flow, bend, heat up, cool down, stretch, compress. and boil. These and other things that cause changes in objects over time are intuitively characterized as processes. To understand commonsense physical reasoning and make programs that interact with the physical world as well ..."
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. Several extended examples illustrate the utility of the theory, including figuring out that a boiler can blow up, that an oscillator with friction will eventually stop, and how to say that you can pull with a string, but not push with it. 1
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