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Renormalization group flow in the deformed AdS/CFT correspondence

Renormalization group flow in the deformed AdS/CFT correspondence
Renormalization group flow in the deformed AdS/CFT correspondence
In the AdS/CFT correspondence motion in the radial direction of the AdS space is identified with renormalization group flow in the field theory. For the N=4 Yang-Mills theory this motion is trivial. More interesting examples of renormalization group flow occur when the N=4 theory is deformed. Aspects of the flows are discussed for the N=4 theory on its moduli space, and deformed to N=2 in the infra-red within the context of 5d SUGRA. 10d lifts and brane probing are crucial tools for linking the spacetime backgrounds to the dual field theory.
0217-751X
2027-2034
Evans, Nick
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Evans, Nick
33dfbb52-64dd-4c1f-9cd1-074faf2be4b3

Evans, Nick (2001) Renormalization group flow in the deformed AdS/CFT correspondence. International Journal of Modern Physics A, 16 (11), 2027-2034. (doi:10.1142/S0217751X01004657).

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In the AdS/CFT correspondence motion in the radial direction of the AdS space is identified with renormalization group flow in the field theory. For the N=4 Yang-Mills theory this motion is trivial. More interesting examples of renormalization group flow occur when the N=4 theory is deformed. Aspects of the flows are discussed for the N=4 theory on its moduli space, and deformed to N=2 in the infra-red within the context of 5d SUGRA. 10d lifts and brane probing are crucial tools for linking the spacetime backgrounds to the dual field theory.

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Published date: 30 April 2001
Organisations: Physics & Astronomy

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Local EPrints ID: 57024
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/57024
ISSN: 0217-751X
PURE UUID: 2c0581c3-f018-432d-a50f-070c0ceb96c1

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Date deposited: 13 Aug 2008
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:34

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