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Branes with fluxes wrapped on spheres
Journal of High Energy Physics (Impact Factor: 5.62). 05/2002; DOI: 10.1088/11266708/2002/07/045
Source: arXiv

Article: Supergravity duals of noncommutative wrapped D6branes and supersymmetry without supersymmetry
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ABSTRACT: We construct the supergravity solution in 11 dimensions describing D6branes wrapped around a Kähler fourcycle with a Bfield along the flat directions of the brane. The configuration is dual to an N = 2 noncommutative gauge theory in 2 + 1 dimensions. We also construct the four associated independent Killing spinors. The phenomenon of supersymmetry without supersymmetry appears naturally when compactifying to typeIIA or 8d gauged supergravity. Therefore, this solution also provides an 11d background with four supercharges and fourform flux, which is not obtainable from 8d gauged supergravity. 11d 2 2.2 Compactification to type IIA and supersymmetry 6 2.3 Compactification to 8d gauged sugra and supersymmetry 7 3. Noncommutative wrapped D6branes 8 3.1 Commutative wrapped D6branes 8 3.2 Noncommutative wrapped D6 10 3.3 Compactifications to typeIIA and to 8d gauged sugra 13 4. Conclusions 13Journal of High Energy Physics 10/2002; 10:016. · 5.62 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We explicitly realize supersymmetric cones based on the fivedimensional Y and L Einstein Sasaki spaces. We use them to construct supersymmetric type IIB supergravity solutions representing a stack of D3 and D5branes as warped products of the sixdimensional cones and R.Physics Letters B 10/2005; 625(12):135144. · 4.57 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
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