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, 2014

"... N = 2 supersymmetric Spin(n) gauge theory admits hypermultiplets in spinor representa-tions of the gauge group, compatible with β ≤ 0, for n ≤ 14. The theories with β < 0 can be obtained as mass-deformations of the β = 0 theories, so it is of greatest interest to construct the β = 0 theories. In ..."

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N = 2 supersymmetric Spin(n) gauge theory admits hypermultiplets in spinor representa-tions of the gauge group, compatible with β ≤ 0, for n ≤ 14. The theories with β < 0 can be obtained as mass-deformations of the β = 0 theories, so it is of greatest interest to construct the β = 0 theories. In previous works, we discussed the n ≤ 8 theories. Here, we turn to the 9 ≤ n ≤ 14 cases. By compactifying the DN (2,0) theory on a 4-punctured sphere, we find Seiberg-Witten solutions to almost all of the remaining cases. There are five theories, however, which do not seem to admit a realization from six dimensions. ar X iv