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## Analytic solutions for marginal deformations in open string field theory (2007)

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Time and tachyon
- Sen
- 2003
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Citation Context ...an antighost line integral B. The explicit evaluation of Ψ (n) in level expansion is straightforward for a specific choice of V . In §3.2 we apply this general result to the operator V = e 1 √ α ′ X0 =-=[17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23]-=-. This deformation describes a time-dependent tachyon solution that starts at the perturbative vacuum in the infinite past and (if λ < 0) begins to roll toward the non-perturbative vacuum. The paramet... |

249 | Brane dynamics from the Born-Infeld action,” Nucl
- Callan, Maldacena
- 1998
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Citation Context ...e of a marginal vertex operator with a regular OPE. Following [25], we construct the string field solution inspired by the Born-Infeld solution that describes a fundamental string ending on a D-brane =-=[26]-=-. The lightcone direction X + is a linear combination of the time direction and a direction normal to the brane, and the vertex operator is dressed by A(ki)eikiX i and integrated over the momenta ki a... |

208 | Double field theory
- Hull, Zwiebach
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Citation Context ...igurations in a fixed closed string background. In recent years evidence has accumulated that classical open string field theory (OSFT) gives an accurate description of the open string landscape. See =-=[1, 2, 3]-=- for reviews. Much of this evidence is based on numerical work in level truncation, and there remain many interesting questions. Is the correspondence between boundary CFT’s and classical OSFT solutio... |

178 | Tachyon potentials, star products and universality
- Rastelli, Zwiebach
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Citation Context ...ann surfaces associated with Ψ (n) , with n > 2, are very complicated. The new insight that makes the problem tractable is to use, as in [4], the remarkable properties of wedge states with insertions =-=[14, 15, 16]-=-. We find qualitatively different results, according to whether the matter vertex operator V that generates the deformation has a regular or singular operator product expansion (OPE) with itself. Sect... |

152 |
Super-Poincare invariant superstring field theory
- Berkovits
- 1995
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Citation Context ...boundary CFT [27] and the absence of obstructions in solving the equation of motion of string field theory. The technology developed in this paper will be also useful in open superstring field theory =-=[28]-=-. Independent work by M. Schnabl on the subject of marginal deformations in string field theory appears in [29]. 32 The action of B/L 2.1 Solving the equation of motion in the Schnabl gauge For any m... |

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Analytic solution for tachyon condensation in open string field theory
- Schnabl
- 2006
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Citation Context ...FT action of a single D-brane capable of describing configurations of multiple D-branes? Answering these questions is likely to require analytic tools. Important analytic progress was made by Schnabl =-=[4]-=-. He found the exact solution corresponding to the tachyon vacuum by exploiting the simplifications coming from the clever gauge fixing condition BΨ = 0, (1.1) where B is the antighost zero mode in th... |

140 | A.: Boundary deformation theory and moduli spaces of D-branes
- Schomerus, Recknagel
- 1999
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Citation Context ...ith the non-perturbative, but approximate, level-truncation results of [13]. It will also be interesting to understand better the relation between the conditions for exact marginality of boundary CFT =-=[27]-=- and the absence of obstructions in solving the equation of motion of string field theory. The technology developed in this paper will be also useful in open superstring field theory [28]. Independent... |

132 |
Tachyon dynamics in open string theory
- Sen
- 2005
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Citation Context ...igurations in a fixed closed string background. In recent years evidence has accumulated that classical open string field theory (OSFT) gives an accurate description of the open string landscape. See =-=[1, 2, 3]-=- for reviews. Much of this evidence is based on numerical work in level truncation, and there remain many interesting questions. Is the correspondence between boundary CFT’s and classical OSFT solutio... |

107 |
Tachyon matter
- Sen
- 2002
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Citation Context ...23]. It would be very interesting to calculate the pressure of our exact solution and check whether it tends to zero in the infinite future, as would be expected from Sen’s analysis of tachyon matter =-=[24, 1]-=-. In §3.3 we consider the light-cone vertex operator ∂X + , another example of a marginal vertex operator with a regular OPE. Following [25], we construct the string field solution inspired by the Bor... |

106 | Comments on Schnabl’s analytic solution for tachyon condensation in Witten’s open string field theory
- Okawa
- 2006
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Citation Context ...1+t where in the last equality we have used the expression for ψ ′ 0 1 1 = 〈f ◦ φ(0)c(1)〉W1 + t2 t 〈f ◦ φ(0)[ c(1)L − c∂c(1)B ] 〉W1 + O(t0 ) = 1 1 〈f ◦ φ(0)c(1) 〉W1 + t2 t 〈φ, ψ′ 0 〉 + O(t0 ), (4.10) =-=[5, 8]-=-. The first term on the right-hand side is not BRST closed. After integration over t, it gives a divergent term of O(1/ǫ) which is precisely canceled by the divergent term from Ψ (2) 1 , as expected. ... |

90 | Dynamics with infinitely many time derivatives and rolling tachyons
- Moeller, Zwiebach
- 2002
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Citation Context ...an antighost line integral B. The explicit evaluation of Ψ (n) in level expansion is straightforward for a specific choice of V . In §3.2 we apply this general result to the operator V = e 1 √ α ′ X0 =-=[17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23]-=-. This deformation describes a time-dependent tachyon solution that starts at the perturbative vacuum in the infinite past and (if λ < 0) begins to roll toward the non-perturbative vacuum. The paramet... |

86 | Proof of vanishing cohomology at the tachyon vacuum - Ellwood, Schnabl - 2007 |

86 |
Closed strings from decaying D-branes,” arXiv:hep-th/0303139
- Lambert, Liu, et al.
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Citation Context ...an antighost line integral B. The explicit evaluation of Ψ (n) in level expansion is straightforward for a specific choice of V . In §3.2 we apply this general result to the operator V = e 1 √ α ′ X0 =-=[17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23]-=-. This deformation describes a time-dependent tachyon solution that starts at the perturbative vacuum in the infinite past and (if λ < 0) begins to roll toward the non-perturbative vacuum. The paramet... |

79 | Boundary CFT construction of D-branes in vacuum string field theory
- Rastelli, Sen, et al.
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Citation Context ...ann surfaces associated with Ψ (n) , with n > 2, are very complicated. The new insight that makes the problem tractable is to use, as in [4], the remarkable properties of wedge states with insertions =-=[14, 15, 16]-=-. We find qualitatively different results, according to whether the matter vertex operator V that generates the deformation has a regular or singular operator product expansion (OPE) with itself. Sect... |

76 | D-branes, Tachyons, and String Field Theory
- Taylor, Zwiebach
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Citation Context ...igurations in a fixed closed string background. In recent years evidence has accumulated that classical open string field theory (OSFT) gives an accurate description of the open string landscape. See =-=[1, 2, 3]-=- for reviews. Much of this evidence is based on numerical work in level truncation, and there remain many interesting questions. Is the correspondence between boundary CFT’s and classical OSFT solutio... |

75 |
Time evolution in open string theory
- Sen
- 2002
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67 | Large marginal deformations in string field theory
- Sen, Zwiebach
- 2000
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Citation Context ...udied in [5]–[12]. In this paper we describe new analytic solutions of OSFT, corresponding to exactly marginal deformations of the boundary CFT. Previous work on exactly marginal deformations in OSFT =-=[13]-=- was based on solving the level-truncated equations of motion in Siegel gauge. The level-truncated string field was determined as a function of the vacuum expectation value of the exactly marginal 1m... |

64 | Comments on marginal deformations in open string field theory,” Phys
- Schnabl
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Citation Context ... technology developed in this paper will be also useful in open superstring field theory [28]. Independent work by M. Schnabl on the subject of marginal deformations in string field theory appears in =-=[29]-=-. 32 The action of B/L 2.1 Solving the equation of motion in the Schnabl gauge For any matter primary operator V with dimension one, the state Ψ (1) corresponding to the operator cV (0) is BRST close... |

58 | Split string formalism and the closed string vacuum
- Erler
- 2007
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Citation Context ...coming from the clever gauge fixing condition BΨ = 0, (1.1) where B is the antighost zero mode in the conformal frame of the sliver. Various aspects of Schnabl’s construction have been studied in [5]–=-=[12]-=-. In this paper we describe new analytic solutions of OSFT, corresponding to exactly marginal deformations of the boundary CFT. Previous work on exactly marginal deformations in OSFT [13] was based on... |

53 | On the validity of the solution of string field theory - Fuchs, Kroyter - 2006 |

53 | Solving open string field theory with special projectors
- Rastelli, Zwiebach
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Citation Context ...spired by Schnabl’s success in finding an analytic solution for tachyon condensation, it is natural to look for a solution Ψλ in the Schnabl gauge: k=1 BΨλ = 0. (2.6) 4Our notation is the same as in =-=[5, 7, 8]-=-. In particular the operator B and L are the zero modes of the antighost and of the stress tensor in the conformal frame of the sliver 1 , B ≡ ∮ dξ 2πi f(ξ) f ′ (ξ) b(ξ), L ≡ ∮ dξ 2πi f(ξ) f ′ 2 T(ξ),... |

53 | Analytic solutions for tachyon condensation with general projectors,” arXiv:hep-th/0611110
- Okawa, Rastelli, et al.
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Citation Context ...spired by Schnabl’s success in finding an analytic solution for tachyon condensation, it is natural to look for a solution Ψλ in the Schnabl gauge: k=1 BΨλ = 0. (2.6) 4Our notation is the same as in =-=[5, 7, 8]-=-. In particular the operator B and L are the zero modes of the antighost and of the stress tensor in the conformal frame of the sliver 1 , B ≡ ∮ dξ 2πi f(ξ) f ′ (ξ) b(ξ), L ≡ ∮ dξ 2πi f(ξ) f ′ 2 T(ξ),... |

49 | Wedge states in string field theory
- Schnabl
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Citation Context ...ann surfaces associated with Ψ (n) , with n > 2, are very complicated. The new insight that makes the problem tractable is to use, as in [4], the remarkable properties of wedge states with insertions =-=[14, 15, 16]-=-. We find qualitatively different results, according to whether the matter vertex operator V that generates the deformation has a regular or singular operator product expansion (OPE) with itself. Sect... |

26 | Closed strings as imaginary D-branes - Gaiotto, Itzhaki, et al. |

18 | Taming the tachyon in cubic string field theory
- Coletti, Sigalov, et al.
- 2005
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12 | Level truncation and rolling the tachyon in the lightcone basis for open string field theory,” arXiv:hep-th/0409179
- Erler
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4 | Open string amplitudes in various gauges,” arXiv:hep-th/0609047 - Fuji, Nakayama, et al. |

3 | Fundamental String Solutions in Open String Field Theories
- Michishita
- 2006
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Citation Context ... would be expected from Sen’s analysis of tachyon matter [24, 1]. In §3.3 we consider the light-cone vertex operator ∂X + , another example of a marginal vertex operator with a regular OPE. Following =-=[25]-=-, we construct the string field solution inspired by the Born-Infeld solution that describes a fundamental string ending on a D-brane [26]. The lightcone direction X + is a linear combination of the t... |