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Heterotic flux compactifications and their moduli
, 2006
"... We study supersymmetric compactification to four dimensions with nonzero Hflux in heterotic string theory. The background metric is generically conformally balanced and can be conformally Kähler if the primitive part of the Hflux vanishes. Analyzing the linearized variational equations, we write ..."
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We study supersymmetric compactification to four dimensions with nonzero Hflux in heterotic string theory. The background metric is generically conformally balanced and can be conformally Kähler if the primitive part of the Hflux vanishes. Analyzing the linearized variational equations, we write
Fivebranes from gauge theory
, 2005
"... We study theories with sixteen supercharges and a discrete energy spectrum. One class of theories has symmetry group SU(24). They arise as truncations of N = 4 super Yang Mills. They include the plane wave matrix model, 2+1 super Yang Mills on R × S 2 and N = 4 super Yang Mills on R × S 3 /Zk. We e ..."
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explain how to obtain their gravity duals in a unified way. We explore the regions of the geometry that are relevant for the study of some 1/2 BPS and near BPS states. This leads to a class of two dimensional (4,4) supersymmetric sigma models with nonzero H flux, including a massive deformed WZW model
NonAbelian Strings in High Density QCD: Zero Modes and Interactions
, 2008
"... The most fundamental strings in high density color superconductivity are the nonAbelian semisuperfluid strings which have color gauge flux tube but behave as superfluid vortices in the energetic point of view. We show that in addition to the usual translational zero modes, these vortices have norm ..."
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The most fundamental strings in high density color superconductivity are the nonAbelian semisuperfluid strings which have color gauge flux tube but behave as superfluid vortices in the energetic point of view. We show that in addition to the usual translational zero modes, these vortices have
Towards the Massless Spectrum of
, 2006
"... Fu and Yau constructed the first smooth family of gauge bundles over a class of nonKähler, complex 3folds that are solutions to Strominger’s system, the heterotic supersymmetry constraints with nonzero Hflux. In this paper, we begin the study of the massless spectrum arising from compactification ..."
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Fu and Yau constructed the first smooth family of gauge bundles over a class of nonKähler, complex 3folds that are solutions to Strominger’s system, the heterotic supersymmetry constraints with nonzero Hflux. In this paper, we begin the study of the massless spectrum arising from
Towards the Massless Spectrum of NonKähler Heterotic
, 2006
"... Fu and Yau constructed the first smooth family of gauge bundles over a class of nonKähler, complex 3folds that are solutions to Strominger’s system, the heterotic supersymmetry constraints with nonzero Hflux. In this paper, we begin the study of the massless spectrum arising from compactification ..."
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Fu and Yau constructed the first smooth family of gauge bundles over a class of nonKähler, complex 3folds that are solutions to Strominger’s system, the heterotic supersymmetry constraints with nonzero Hflux. In this paper, we begin the study of the massless spectrum arising from
Signatures of foliated surface bundles and the symplectomorphism groups of surfaces
, 2003
"... For any closed oriented surface Σg of genus g ≥ 3, we prove the existence of foliated Σgbundles over surfaces such that the signatures of the total spaces are nonzero. We can arrange that the total holonomy of the horizontal foliations preserve a prescribed symplectic form ω on the fiber. We relat ..."
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For any closed oriented surface Σg of genus g ≥ 3, we prove the existence of foliated Σgbundles over surfaces such that the signatures of the total spaces are nonzero. We can arrange that the total holonomy of the horizontal foliations preserve a prescribed symplectic form ω on the fiber. We
On the relation between a zeropointfieldinduced inertial effect and the Einsteinde Broglie formula
 Phys. Lett. A268 (2000) 224–27 Preprint grqc/9906084
"... (Physics Letters A, in press) It has been proposed that the scattering of electromagnetic zeropoint radiation by accelerating objects results in a reaction force that may account, at least in part, for inertia [1,2,3]. This arises because of asymmetries in the zeropoint field (ZPF) of the quantum ..."
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vacuum as perceived from an accelerating reference frame. In such a frame, the Poynting vector and momentum flux of the ZPF become nonzero. If one assumes that scattering of the ZPF radiation takes place at the level of quarks and electrons constituting matter, then it is possible for both Newton’s
ftp ejde.math.swt.edu (login: ftp) MAGNETIC BARRIERS OF COMPACT SUPPORT AND EIGENVALUES IN SPECTRAL GAPS
"... Abstract. We consider Schrödinger operators H = −∆+ V in L2(R2) with a spectral gap, perturbed by a strong magnetic field B of compact support. We assume here that the support of B is connected and has a connected complement; the total magnetic flux may be zero or nonzero. For a fixed point E in ..."
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Abstract. We consider Schrödinger operators H = −∆+ V in L2(R2) with a spectral gap, perturbed by a strong magnetic field B of compact support. We assume here that the support of B is connected and has a connected complement; the total magnetic flux may be zero or nonzero. For a fixed point E
On the relation between a zeropointfieldinduced inertial effect and the Einsteinde Broglie formula
, 2000
"... It has been proposed that the scattering of electromagnetic zeropoint radiation by accelerating objects results in a reaction force that may account, at least in part, for inertia [1,2,3]. This arises because of asymmetries in the electromagnetic zeropoint field (ZPF) or electromagnetic quantum va ..."
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vacuum as perceived from an accelerating reference frame. In such a frame, the Poynting vector and momentum flux of the ZPF become nonzero. If one assumes that scattering of the ZPF radiation takes place at the level of quarks and electrons constituting matter, then it is possible for both Newton’s
ApJ in press A Principal Component Analysis of the 3B GammaRay Burst Data
, 2008
"... We have carried out a principal component analysis for 625 gammaray bursts in the BATSE 3B catalog for which nonzero values exist for the nine measured variables. This shows that only two out of the three basic quantities of duration, peak flux and fluence are independent, even if this relation is ..."
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We have carried out a principal component analysis for 625 gammaray bursts in the BATSE 3B catalog for which nonzero values exist for the nine measured variables. This shows that only two out of the three basic quantities of duration, peak flux and fluence are independent, even if this relation
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