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Introduction to the adscft correspondence
 Class.Quant.Grav
, 2000
"... The aim of these notes is to give a basic introduction to the AdS/CFT ..."
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The aim of these notes is to give a basic introduction to the AdS/CFT
Spinors and the ads/cft correspondence
, 1998
"... We consider a free massive spinor field in Euclidean Antide Sitter space. The usual Dirac action in bulk is supplemented by a certain boundary term. The boundary conditions of the field are parametrized by a spinor on the boundary, subject to a projection. We calculate the dependence of the partiti ..."
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We consider a free massive spinor field in Euclidean Antide Sitter space. The usual Dirac action in bulk is supplemented by a certain boundary term. The boundary conditions of the field are parametrized by a spinor on the boundary, subject to a projection. We calculate the dependence of the partition function on this boundary spinor. The result agrees with the generating functional of the correlation functions of a quasiprimary spinor operator, of a certain scaling dimension, in a free conformal field theory on the boundary. CERNTH/9878 March
Introduction to the ads/cft correspondence
"... Quantum aspects of gauge theories, supersymmetry and unication ..."
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QUANTIZATION IN ADS AND THE ADS/CFT CORRESPONDENCE
, 2003
"... The quantization of a scalar field in AdS leads to two kinds of normalizable modes, usually called regular and irregular modes. The regular one is easily taken into account in the standard prescription for the AdS/CFT correspondence. The irregular mode requires a modified prescription which we argue ..."
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The quantization of a scalar field in AdS leads to two kinds of normalizable modes, usually called regular and irregular modes. The regular one is easily taken into account in the standard prescription for the AdS/CFT correspondence. The irregular mode requires a modified prescription which we
Boundaries Of Zero Scalar Curvature In The Ads/cft Correspondence
 Adv. Theor. Math. Phys
"... Introduction In [16], Witten and Yau consider the AdS/CFT correspondence in the context of a Riemannian Einstein manifold M n+1 of negative Ricci curvature which admits a conformal compactification (in the sense of Penrose [15]) with conformal boundary N n . As discussed in [16], a conformal fi ..."
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Introduction In [16], Witten and Yau consider the AdS/CFT correspondence in the context of a Riemannian Einstein manifold M n+1 of negative Ricci curvature which admits a conformal compactification (in the sense of Penrose [15]) with conformal boundary N n . As discussed in [16], a conformal
CONFORMAL ANOMALY OF SUBMANIFOLD OBSERVABLES IN ADS/CFT CORRESPONDENCE
, 1999
"... Abstract. We analyze the conformal invariance of submanifold observables associated with kbranes in the AdS/CFT correspondence. For odd k, the resulting observables are conformally invariant, and for even k, they transform with a conformal anomaly that is given by a local expression which we analyz ..."
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Abstract. We analyze the conformal invariance of submanifold observables associated with kbranes in the AdS/CFT correspondence. For odd k, the resulting observables are conformally invariant, and for even k, they transform with a conformal anomaly that is given by a local expression which we
GAUGE THEORY SCATTERING FROM THE ADS/CFT CORRESPONDENCE
, 1999
"... We use the AdS/CFT correspondence to study near forward scattering of colourless objects in gauge theory in the high energy limit. We find an unexpected from the gauge theory perspective ‘gravitylike ’ s 1 behaviour of the amplitudes coming from bulk graviton exchange. 1. ..."
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We use the AdS/CFT correspondence to study near forward scattering of colourless objects in gauge theory in the high energy limit. We find an unexpected from the gauge theory perspective ‘gravitylike ’ s 1 behaviour of the amplitudes coming from bulk graviton exchange. 1.
RENORMALIZATION GROUP FLOWS IN THE DEFORMED ADS/CFT CORRESPONDENCE
, 2000
"... 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 YangMills theory this motion is trivial. More interesting examples of renormalization group flow occur when the N=4 theory is deformed. Aspect ..."
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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 YangMills theory this motion is trivial. More interesting examples of renormalization group flow occur when the N=4 theory is deformed
Intertwining operator realization of the ads/cft correspondence, Nucl. Phys. B553
, 1999
"... We give a grouptheoretic interpretation of the AdS/CFT correspondence as relation of representation equivalence between representations of the conformal group describing the bulk AdS fields φ, their boundary fields φ0 and the coupled to the latter boundary conformal operators O. We use two kinds of ..."
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We give a grouptheoretic interpretation of the AdS/CFT correspondence as relation of representation equivalence between representations of the conformal group describing the bulk AdS fields φ, their boundary fields φ0 and the coupled to the latter boundary conformal operators O. We use two kinds
Extracting data from behind horizons with the ads/cft correspondence
, 2004
"... Recent work has shown that boundary correlators in AdSSchwarzschild can probe the geometry near the singularity. In this paper we aim to analyze the specific signatures of the singularity, show how significant they can be, and uncover the origins of these large effects in explicitly outside the hor ..."
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Recent work has shown that boundary correlators in AdSSchwarzschild can probe the geometry near the singularity. In this paper we aim to analyze the specific signatures of the singularity, show how significant they can be, and uncover the origins of these large effects in explicitly outside
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