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Structure of supergravity theories
, 2003
"... We give an elementary introduction to the structure of supergravity theories. This leads to a table with an overview of supergravity and supersymmetry theories in dimensions 4 to 11. The basic steps in constructing supergravity theories are considered: determination of the underlying algebra, the mu ..."
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We give an elementary introduction to the structure of supergravity theories. This leads to a table with an overview of supergravity and supersymmetry theories in dimensions 4 to 11. The basic steps in constructing supergravity theories are considered: determination of the underlying algebra
Structure of supergravity theories 1
, 2003
"... We give an elementary introduction to the structure of supergravity theories. This leads to a table with an overview of supergravity and supersymmetry theories in dimensions 4 to 11. The basic steps in constructing supergravity theories are considered: determination of the underlying algebra, the mu ..."
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We give an elementary introduction to the structure of supergravity theories. This leads to a table with an overview of supergravity and supersymmetry theories in dimensions 4 to 11. The basic steps in constructing supergravity theories are considered: determination of the underlying algebra
Anomaly mediation in supergravity theories
 JHEP 0004
"... We consider the effects of anomalies on the supersymmetrybreaking parameters in supergravity theories. We construct a supersymmetric expression for the anomalyinduced terms in the 1PI effective action; we use this result to compute the complete oneloop formula for the anomalyinduced gaugino mass. ..."
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We consider the effects of anomalies on the supersymmetrybreaking parameters in supergravity theories. We construct a supersymmetric expression for the anomalyinduced terms in the 1PI effective action; we use this result to compute the complete oneloop formula for the anomalyinduced gaugino mass
ABSTRACT DUALISATION OF SUPERGRAVITY THEORIES
, 2004
"... By using the KaluzaKlein reduction, the derivation of the maximal supergravities from the D = 11 supergravity theory, as well as the Abelian YangMills supergravities from the D = 10 type I supergravity theory are discussed. After a thorough review of the symmetric spaces the symmetric space sigma ..."
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By using the KaluzaKlein reduction, the derivation of the maximal supergravities from the D = 11 supergravity theory, as well as the Abelian YangMills supergravities from the D = 10 type I supergravity theory are discussed. After a thorough review of the symmetric spaces the symmetric space
Holst Actions for Supergravity Theories
 Phys. Rev
, 2008
"... Holst action containing Immirzi parameter for pure gravity is generalised to the supergravity theories. Supergravity equations of motion are not modified by such generalisations, thus preserving supersymmetry. Dependence on the Immirzi parameter does not emerge in the classical equations of motion. ..."
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Holst action containing Immirzi parameter for pure gravity is generalised to the supergravity theories. Supergravity equations of motion are not modified by such generalisations, thus preserving supersymmetry. Dependence on the Immirzi parameter does not emerge in the classical equations of motion
DESTABILIZING DIVERGENCES IN SUPERGRAVITY THEORIES
, 1995
"... We study the stability of the gauge hierarchy in hiddensector supergravity theories. We show that a destabilizing tadpole can appear if a theory has a gaugeand globalsymmetry singlet with renormalizable couplings to the visible fields. We also find a quadratically divergent twoloop contribution t ..."
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We study the stability of the gauge hierarchy in hiddensector supergravity theories. We show that a destabilizing tadpole can appear if a theory has a gaugeand globalsymmetry singlet with renormalizable couplings to the visible fields. We also find a quadratically divergent twoloop contribution
Instanton Effects in Supergravity Theories ⋆
, 1993
"... Nonperturbative effects of instantonlike solutions are studied within the framework of supergravity theories with fielddependent gauge functions. Fermionic zero modes are constructed and some typical correlation functions are evaluated. The effects of instantons are very similar to those in globa ..."
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Nonperturbative effects of instantonlike solutions are studied within the framework of supergravity theories with fielddependent gauge functions. Fermionic zero modes are constructed and some typical correlation functions are evaluated. The effects of instantons are very similar to those
String Corrections to Supergravity Theories
, 2003
"... In this thesis, we study the leading quantum corrections to supergravity theories in four dimensions, given by the fourth power of the Riemann tensor (R 4). We write, in fourdimensional superspace, the N = 1 minimal action which contains the fourth power of the Weyl tensor with a coupling constant. ..."
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In this thesis, we study the leading quantum corrections to supergravity theories in four dimensions, given by the fourth power of the Riemann tensor (R 4). We write, in fourdimensional superspace, the N = 1 minimal action which contains the fourth power of the Weyl tensor with a coupling constant
The µ – term in Effective Supergravity Theories. †
, 1996
"... The Higgs mixing term coefficient µeff is calculated in the scalar potential in supergravity theories with string origin, in a model independent approach. A general low energy effective expression is derived, where new contributions are included which depend on the modular weights q1,2 of the Higgs ..."
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The Higgs mixing term coefficient µeff is calculated in the scalar potential in supergravity theories with string origin, in a model independent approach. A general low energy effective expression is derived, where new contributions are included which depend on the modular weights q1,2 of the Higgs
The large N limit of superconformal field theories and supergravity
, 1998
"... We show that the large N limit of certain conformal field theories in various dimensions include in their Hilbert space a sector describing supergravity on the product of AntideSitter spacetimes, spheres and other compact manifolds. This is shown by taking some branes in the full M/string theory and ..."
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We show that the large N limit of certain conformal field theories in various dimensions include in their Hilbert space a sector describing supergravity on the product of AntideSitter spacetimes, spheres and other compact manifolds. This is shown by taking some branes in the full M/string theory
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