### Table 3.1: Chain of heterotic - type IIA duals

### Table 8 lists type IIA results, the full hamiltonian of sect. 3, diagonalised using

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### Table 1. Details of the plates and the extracted spectra. Plate type IIaO

"... In PAGE 2: ...esponds to 1.45 quot; per pixel. While the site seeing is typically better, the telescope has relatively poor tracking ability, and this led to an e ectively lower seeing (blurring). Table1 gives details of the plates and the reduced spectra. Figure 1 shows a typical plate.... ..."

### Table 1: This table shows the correspondence between type IIA target-space potentials and worldvolume potentials, together with their eld strengths and the gauge parameters. The worldvolume elds transform by shifts of the gauge parameter of the associated target-space potential.

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"... In PAGE 24: ... gauge parameter of a R-R form. We will denote them by c(n), since they are associated to C(n+1) (see Table1 for some type IIA examples). For instance, the D-4-brane can be described using the BI 1-form b (in the \1-form formalism quot;) but it may also be described by a 2-form c(2) together with b (\1-2-form formalism quot;) [23] or by a 2-form eld c(2) alone (\2-form formalism quot;) [24].... ..."

### Table 2: Theory stdstr

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"... In PAGE 11: ... 4.2 Theory stdstr: String operations Table2 summarizes the definitions in theory stdstr. Note that PVS does not support dec- imal notation of real numbers.... ..."

### Table 3: mass of the BPS objects in iib theory. We also summarize below the different ways to obtain iib theory and the relation between the parameters.

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"... In PAGE 16: ... In this theory we have d5-branes (cfr. Table3 ), which are Dirichlet branes for the little iib fundamental strings, filling the 6-dimensional space-time. They are thus the analogue of the D9-branes of type IIB theory.... ..."

### Table 1: Classi cation of 3{systems.

"... In PAGE 16: ... The subtypes A, B, C, D, for each type, distinguish the (projective) dimension of intersection with the orbit of pitch 1: subtype A denoting empty intersection, up to subtype D denoting a 2{dimensional intersection. Table1 lists the classi cation, giving the type,... In PAGE 30: ... It is a straightforward exercise to describe the ISS associated to a given screw system. For example, in the simplest case of a IA1 3{system (see Table1 ) the ISS is an elliptic single-sheeted hyperboloid (or empty if all principal pitches have the same sign) and each point on it has a singularity of corank 1. For type IIA, h = 0, corresponding to an {plane of lines through a given point in R3, every point is singular but the given point has a corank 3 singularity.... ..."

### Table 4: definitions of iib parameters. As most easily seen in the pictures using the NS5 or the KK5 branes, there is a t-duality relating iia and iib little string theories. It is simply the 10 dimensional T- duality between IIA and IIB, applied on a direction longitudinal to the world-volume

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"... In PAGE 16: ...2 to analyze the structure of the theory defined by iib in presence of a certain number n of d5-branes. If we take the KK5(B) picture (see Table4 ), the d5-brane arises from the D = 10 D5-brane with its world-volume inside the KK5. It is now straightforward to identify which BPS states of the iib theory survive the projection due to the presence of the d5-branes.... ..."