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The Yang Mills gravity dual

The Yang Mills gravity dual
The Yang Mills gravity dual
We describe a ten dimensional supergravity geometry which is dual to a gauge theory that is non-supersymmetric Yang Mills in the infra-red but reverts to N=4 super Yang Mills in the ultra-violet. A brane probe of the geometry shows that the scalar potential of the gauge theory is stable. We discuss the infra-red behaviour of the solution. The geometry describes a Schroedinger equation potential that determines the glueball spectrum of the theory; there is a mass gap and a discrete spectrum. The glueball mass predictions match previous AdS/CFT Correspondence computations in the non-supersymmetric Yang Mills theory, and lattice data, at the 10% level. (Based on a talk presented at SCGT02 in Nagoya, Japan).
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Crooks, David E.
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Evans, Nick
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Crooks, David E.
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Evans, Nick
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Crooks, David E. and Evans, Nick (2003) The Yang Mills gravity dual. Pre-print, 1-8.

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Abstract

We describe a ten dimensional supergravity geometry which is dual to a gauge theory that is non-supersymmetric Yang Mills in the infra-red but reverts to N=4 super Yang Mills in the ultra-violet. A brane probe of the geometry shows that the scalar potential of the gauge theory is stable. We discuss the infra-red behaviour of the solution. The geometry describes a Schroedinger equation potential that determines the glueball spectrum of the theory; there is a mass gap and a discrete spectrum. The glueball mass predictions match previous AdS/CFT Correspondence computations in the non-supersymmetric Yang Mills theory, and lattice data, at the 10% level. (Based on a talk presented at SCGT02 in Nagoya, Japan).

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Published date: 13 February 2003
Additional Information: arXiv:hep-th/0302098v1

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Local EPrints ID: 57161
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/57161
PURE UUID: f8230261-8a39-4b73-adfb-c0f09b404ea2

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

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