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A dS3 holography at dimension two

A dS3 holography at dimension two
A dS3 holography at dimension two

Holography can provide a microscopic interpretation of a gravitational solution as corresponding to a particular CFT state: the asymptotic expansion in gravity encodes the expectation values of operators in the dual CFT state. Such a correspondence is particularly valuable in black hole physics. We study supersymmetric D1-D5-P black holes, for which recently constructed microstate solutions known as “superstrata” provide strong motivation to derive the explicit D1-D5 holographic dictionary for CFT operators of total dimension two. In this work we derive the explicit map between one-point functions of scalar chiral primaries of dimension (1, 1) and the asymptotic expansions of families of asymptotically AdS3 ×S3 × ℳ supergravity solutions, with ℳ either T4 or K3. We include all possible mixings between single-trace and multi-trace operators. We perform several tests of the holographic map, including new precision holographic tests of superstrata, that provide strong supporting evidence for the proposed dual CFT states.

AdS-CFT Correspondence, Black Holes in String Theory
1126-6708
1-47
Giusto, Stefano
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Rawash, Sami
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Turton, David
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Giusto, Stefano
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Rawash, Sami
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Turton, David
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Giusto, Stefano, Rawash, Sami and Turton, David (2019) A dS3 holography at dimension two. Journal of High Energy Physics, 2019 (7), 1-47, [171]. (doi:10.1007/JHEP07(2019)171).

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Holography can provide a microscopic interpretation of a gravitational solution as corresponding to a particular CFT state: the asymptotic expansion in gravity encodes the expectation values of operators in the dual CFT state. Such a correspondence is particularly valuable in black hole physics. We study supersymmetric D1-D5-P black holes, for which recently constructed microstate solutions known as “superstrata” provide strong motivation to derive the explicit D1-D5 holographic dictionary for CFT operators of total dimension two. In this work we derive the explicit map between one-point functions of scalar chiral primaries of dimension (1, 1) and the asymptotic expansions of families of asymptotically AdS3 ×S3 × ℳ supergravity solutions, with ℳ either T4 or K3. We include all possible mixings between single-trace and multi-trace operators. We perform several tests of the holographic map, including new precision holographic tests of superstrata, that provide strong supporting evidence for the proposed dual CFT states.

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Accepted/In Press date: 8 July 2019
e-pub ahead of print date: 29 July 2019
Published date: July 2019
Keywords: AdS-CFT Correspondence, Black Holes in String Theory

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Local EPrints ID: 433206
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/433206
ISSN: 1126-6708
PURE UUID: 49629c9b-55aa-4ba1-9818-804eaf5ea5e9
ORCID for David Turton: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-9902-2116

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Date deposited: 12 Aug 2019 16:30
Last modified: 17 Dec 2019 01:26

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Author: Stefano Giusto
Author: Sami Rawash
Author: David Turton ORCID iD

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