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FiniteSize Corrections of the CP 3 Giant Magnons: the Lüscher terms,” [arXiv:0810.0704
 in the SU(2) × SU(2) sector of AdS4 × CP 3 ,” [arXiv:0810.1246
"... We compute classical and first quantum finitesize corrections to the recently found giant magnon solutions in two different subspaces of CP 3. We use the Lüscher approach on the recently proposed exact Smatrix for N = 6 superconformal ChernSimons theory. We compare our results with the string and ..."
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We compute classical and first quantum finitesize corrections to the recently found giant magnon solutions in two different subspaces of CP 3. We use the Lüscher approach on the recently proposed exact Smatrix for N = 6 superconformal ChernSimons theory. We compare our results with the string and algebraic curve computations and find agreement, thus providing a nontrivial test for the new AdS4/CFT3 correspondence within an integrability framework. 1
J H E P03(2009)129 Published by IOP Publishing for SISSA
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"... Abstract: We present a formula for the fiveloop anomalous dimension of N = 4 SYM twistthree operators in the sl(2) sector. We obtain its asymptotic part from the Bethe Ansatz and finite volume corrections from the generalized Lüscher formalism, considering scattering processes of spin chain magno ..."
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Abstract: We present a formula for the fiveloop anomalous dimension of N = 4 SYM twistthree operators in the sl(2) sector. We obtain its asymptotic part from the Bethe Ansatz and finite volume corrections from the generalized Lüscher formalism, considering scattering processes of spin chain magnons with virtual particles that travel along the cylinder. The complete result respects the expected large spin scaling properties and passes nontrivial tests including reciprocity constraints. We analyze the pole structure and find agreement with a conjectured resummation formula. In analogy with the twisttwo anomalous dimension at fourloops wrapping effects are of order (log2M/M2) for large values of the spin.
02/10/08 FiniteSize Corrections of the CP 3 Giant Magnons: the Lüscher terms
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"... We compute the classical and the first quantum finitesize corrections to the recently found giant magnon solutions in two different subspaces of CP 3. We use the Lüscher approach with the recently proposed exact Smatrix for N = 6 superconformal ChernSimons theory. We compare our results to the st ..."
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We compute the classical and the first quantum finitesize corrections to the recently found giant magnon solutions in two different subspaces of CP 3. We use the Lüscher approach with the recently proposed exact Smatrix for N = 6 superconformal ChernSimons theory. We compare our results to the string and algebraic curve computations and find agreement, thus providing a nontrivial test for the new AdS4/CFT3 correspondence within an integrability framework. 1
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"... pedrogvieira AT gmail.com Under the assumption of a CSW generalization to loop amplitudes in N = 4 SYM, 1. We prove that, formally the Smatrix is superconformal invariant to any loop order, and 2. We argue that superconformal symmetry survives regularization. More precisely, IR safe quantities cons ..."
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pedrogvieira AT gmail.com Under the assumption of a CSW generalization to loop amplitudes in N = 4 SYM, 1. We prove that, formally the Smatrix is superconformal invariant to any loop order, and 2. We argue that superconformal symmetry survives regularization. More precisely, IR safe quantities constructed from the Smatrix are superconformal covariant. The IR divergences are regularized in a new holomorphic anomaly friendly regularization. The CSW prescription is known to be valid for all tree level amplitudes and for one loop MHV