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## Meson spectroscopy in ads/cft with flavour

Venue: | JHEP |

Citations: | 52 - 4 self |

### Citations

5608 | The large N limit of superconformal field theories and supergravity
- Maldacena
- 1998
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Citation Context ...anti quark potential 29 5.1 Large separation 30 5.2 Small separation 31 6. Baryons 32 7. Discussion 33 8. Acknowledgements 37 1. Introduction The best-understood example of the AdS/CFT correspondence =-=[1, 2, 3]-=- (see [4] for a review) is the duality between IIB string theory on AdS5 × S 5 and N = 4 SU(N) super Yang-Mills (SYM) theory, which can be motivated by analyzing the low-energy dynamics of a stack of ... |

2746 |
Gauge theory correlators from non-critical string theory,” Phys. Lett. B428
- Gubser, Klebanov, et al.
- 1998
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Citation Context ...ussed above, where 1/N terms in the βfunction are ignored). The ρ → ∞ behaviour is then related to the UV operator of the lowest conformal dimension, ∆, that has the same quantum numbers as the meson =-=[3, 4]-=-. If the fields are canonically normalized then the behaviour at infinity is given by ρ−∆ for the normalizable modes and ρ∆−4 for the non-normalizable ones. In our case the kinetic terms in the Lagran... |

2336 |
Anti-de Sitter space and holography
- Witten
- 1998
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Citation Context ...-antiquark potential 29 5.1 Large separation 30 5.2 Small separation 31 6. Baryons 32 7. Discussion 33 8. Acknowledgements 37 1. Introduction The best-understood example of the AdS/CFT correspondence =-=[2, 3, 4]-=- (see [5] for a review) is the duality between IIB string theory on AdS5 × S 5 and N = 4 SU(N) super Yang-Mills (SYM) theory, which can be motivated by analyzing the low-energy dynamics of a stack of ... |

1435 | Large N field theories, string theory and gravity
- Aharony, Gubser, et al.
- 2000
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Citation Context ...ntial 29 5.1 Large separation 30 5.2 Small separation 31 6. Baryons 32 7. Discussion 33 8. Acknowledgements 37 1. Introduction The best-understood example of the AdS/CFT correspondence [2, 3, 4] (see =-=[5]-=- for a review) is the duality between IIB string theory on AdS5 × S 5 and N = 4 SU(N) super Yang-Mills (SYM) theory, which can be motivated by analyzing the low-energy dynamics of a stack of N D3-bran... |

887 |
Strings in flat space and pp waves from
- Berenstein, Maldacena, et al.
- 2002
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Citation Context ...emble a classical, collapsed open string that follows a null geodesic along the compact directions of the D7-brane, thus providing an open string analogue of the closed strings recently considered in =-=[15, 11]-=-. For sufficiently large R-charge we expect the BI modes to expand into spherical D3-branes connected to the D7-brane by open strings; we will call these D3-branes ‘giant gauge bosons’. We elaborate o... |

691 |
String Theory
- Polchinski
- 1998
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Citation Context ...itations of the D7-brane that are represented by scalar and gauge worldvolume fields carrying angular momentum on the three-sphere component of the D7-brane. Their dynamics is described by the action =-=[13]-=- ∫ SD7 = −µ7 d 8 ξ √ − det(P[G]ab + 2πα ′ Fab) + (2πα′) 2 ∫ µ7 P[C 2 (4) ] ∧ F ∧ F , (3.1) where the bulk metric Gab was given in equation (2.1) and the relevant part of the RamondRamond (RR) potentia... |

530 |
A semi-classical limit of the gauge/string correspondence,” arXiv:hep-th/0204051
- Gubser, Klebanov, et al.
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Citation Context ...emble a classical, collapsed open string that follows a null geodesic along the compact directions of the D7-brane, thus providing an open string analogue of the closed strings recently considered in =-=[15, 11]-=-. For sufficiently large R-charge we expect the BI modes to expand into spherical D3-branes connected to the D7-brane by open strings; we will call these D3-branes ‘giant gauge bosons’. We elaborate o... |

403 | A new maximally supersymmetric background of IIB superstring theory
- Blau, Figueroa-O’Farrill, et al.
- 2002
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Citation Context ... 11]. The latter are point-like, collapsed, massless closed strings that orbit the five-sphere of AdS5 × S 5 along a null geodesic. The effective geometry seen by these strings is that of an Hpp-wave =-=[25]-=-, as was derived in [15] by taking the Penrose limit of AdS5 × S 5 [26]. It was subsequently observed in [11] that the same result can be obtained by simply expanding the string action for small fluct... |

304 |
Invasion of the giant gravitons from anti-de Sitter space
- McGreevy, Susskind, et al.
- 1999
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Citation Context ...y independent for ℓ = 1,... ,N because of the finite rank of the gauge group. The truncation of this family of operators at ℓ = N is manifest in the AdS bulk through the appearance of giant gravitons =-=[27]-=-, i.e., expanded, spherical D3-branes following a trajectory on the above circle. Of course, the precise gauge theory description of these configurations is more intricate than implied above, involvin... |

265 |
Adding flavor to AdS/CFT
- Karch, Katz
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Citation Context ... finite number of D7-brane probes in AdS5 × S5 is dual to introducing a finite numbers of flavours (i.e., hypermultiplets in the fundamental representation of the gauge group) in the N = 4 SYM theory =-=[6]-=-. The resulting system enjoys N = 2 supersymmetry. In this paper we have used the bulk side of this AdS/CFT correspondence with flavour to analyze in detail the spectrum of field theory mesons. These ... |

252 |
Exact correlators of giant gravitons from dual
- Corley, Jevicki, et al.
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Citation Context ...uld require that the open strings are excited in oppositely oriented pairs. – 35 –theory dual of these ‘giant gauge bosons’ is presumably closely related to the subdeterminant operators discussed in =-=[28, 30]-=-. A natural conjecture is that one of the adjoint fields (Z)a b is replaced by the combination ( ¯ φ m )aσmn(φ n ) b . The truncation of the hypermultiplet operators is certainly unaffected by the qua... |

249 | Brane dynamics from the Born-Infeld action,” Nucl
- Callan, Maldacena
- 1998
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Citation Context ... that the size of a monopole realized as a spike connecting two parallel D3-branes is related to the distance between the branes. In fact, one can think of realizing the baryon itself as an BIon-like =-=[20]-=- excitation of the D7-brane: one can imagine a spike, representing the N strings, that emanates from the D7-brane and that subsequently closes upon itself forming the (hemi)spherical D5-brane. The str... |

242 |
loops in large N field theories
- Maldacena, “Wilson
- 1998
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Citation Context ...f course, one can study the response of the theory to external sources in the fundamental representation by computing, for example, the Wilson loop. Using the AdS/CFT correspondence, this was done in =-=[6]-=- by studying a string with endpoints attached to the AdS boundary. – 1 –It was noted in [1] that by introducing k D7-branes into AdS5 × S 5 , k flavours of dynamical quark (or, more precisely, k fund... |

149 |
Holography and defect conformal field theories, Phys. Rev. D66:025009
- DeWolfe, Freedman, et al.
- 2002
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Citation Context ...dS: an inversion will map the directions parallel to the Dp-brane and orthogonal to the D3-branes into a sphere. This could have interesting applications in the context of the AdS/dCFT correspondence =-=[16, 17, 7]-=-. 3.4 Meson interactions The discussions in the previous subsections amount to an analysis of the non-interacting sector of the effective meson field theory. Here we wish to comment briefly on their i... |

146 | Baryons and branes in anti de Sitter space,” - Witten - 1998 |

142 |
Bulk vs. boundary dynamics in anti-de Sitter spacetime,” Phys
- Balasubramanian, Kraus, et al.
- 1999
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Citation Context ...-valued, regular and small enough in amplitude to justify our use of the quadratic Lagrangian. Furthermore, in order to be dual to a field theory state (a meson in this case), it must be normalizable =-=[14]-=-. Of these considerations, regularity at the origin and reality motivate the choice of solution made in equation (3.14). However, the hypergeometric function, in general an infinite series, may diverg... |

142 | Open and Closed String Interpretation of SUSY CFT’s on Branes with Boundaries,” hep-th/0105132
- Karch, Randall
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Citation Context ...dS: an inversion will map the directions parallel to the Dp-brane and orthogonal to the D3-branes into a sphere. This could have interesting applications in the context of the AdS/dCFT correspondence =-=[16, 17, 7]-=-. 3.4 Meson interactions The discussions in the previous subsections amount to an analysis of the non-interacting sector of the effective meson field theory. Here we wish to comment briefly on their i... |

134 |
A non-linear field theory,
- Skyrme
- 1961
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Citation Context ...ince the D7-brane fields are in turn associated to meson states in the gauge theory, this picture would provide the string realization of the baryon as a bound state of mesons, as in the skyrme model =-=[19]-=-. One reason that makes an explicit construction of the relevant solution of the D7-brane worldvolume theory difficult is that the spike should interpolate between a D7- and a D5-brane, so its topolog... |

131 |
Giant gravitons in conformal field theory
- Balasubramanian, Berkooz, et al.
- 2002
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Citation Context ...es following a trajectory on the above circle. Of course, the precise gauge theory description of these configurations is more intricate than implied above, involving certain subdeterminant operators =-=[28]-=- that implicitly extend the above through the addition of a combination of multi-trace operators. Consider now the ‘hypermultiplet’ operators Oℓ, defined in (3.75), dual to gauge field modes on the D7... |

128 |
A Planar Diagram Theory for Strong Interactions,” Nucl.Phys.
- Hooft
- 1974
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Citation Context ... gsN is the ’t Hooft coupling. Note that, from the field theory viewpoint, the dependence on the quark mass mq follows from dimensional analysis and the dependence on N agrees with a large-N argument =-=[18]-=-. The dependence on the ’t Hooft coupling is a prediction of our calculations in AdS. Now we turn to the vector mesons. They correspond to the type II Aµ components of the eight-component worldvolume ... |

97 | Glueball mass spectrum from supergravity
- Csaki, Ooguri, et al.
- 1999
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Citation Context ... motion obtained from the quadratic approximation to the DBI action. This calculation is similar to what was done in the literature for glueball masses in the supergravity duals of confining theories =-=[24]-=-. However, here we have solved the equations analytically in terms of hypergeometric functions and have obtained the spectrum in closed form. It possesses a mass gap of order mq/ √ gsN, which shows th... |

84 |
Energy Phys
- Myers, Dielectric-branes
- 1999
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Citation Context ... connected to the D7-brane with a pair of open strings. It would be interesting to investigate these states in more detail. Studying the dual giant gauge bosons, analogous to the dual giant gravitons =-=[29]-=-, may also provide useful insights. To obtain the spectrum of mesons with large spin J we considered semiclassical, rotating open strings attached to the D7-brane, following the approach of [11] for c... |

60 | The large N limit of N = 2,1 field theories from three-branes in F-theory
- Aharony, Fayyazuddin, et al.
- 1998
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Citation Context ...y be neglected and one is left, in the gravity description, with k D7-brane probes in AdS5 × S 5 that preserve eight supersymmetries [7]. 1 Although this system has similarities with those studied in =-=[8, 9]-=-, it differs in some respects. In particular, the simplest case studied in these references involves a Z2-orientifold in flat space. As a consequence, the resulting gauge theory on the D3-branes has g... |

58 |
Large N superconformal gauge theories and supergravity orientifolds
- Fayyazuddin, Spalinski
- 1998
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Citation Context ...ption, with k D7-brane probes in AdS5 × S 5 that preserve eight supersymmetries [7]. 1 In this paper we will often consider the case k = 1. Although this system has similarities with those studied in =-=[8, 9]-=-, it differs in some respects. In particular, the simplest case studied in these references involves a Z2-orientifold in flat space. As a consequence, the resulting gauge theory on the D3-branes has g... |

50 |
Hadron masses and screening from AdS Wilson loops,
- Karch, Katz, et al.
- 2003
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Citation Context ...rum of mesons, that is, quark-antiquark bound states. We perform a detailed computation of the mass spectrum of the different types of mesons using the dual gravity description. This was initiated in =-=[10]-=-, where it was argued that the spectrum of scalar and vector mesons with arbitrary R-charge could be obtained from the fluctuations of the Born-Infeld (BI) fields on the D7-brane. Here, we solve the e... |

35 | Supersymmetries and BPS configurations on Anti-de Sitter space,” Nucl. Phys
- Imamura
- 1999
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Citation Context ...ne wrapped on the five-sphere at some AdS radius r and connected to the AdS boundary by N fundamental strings [12]. The energy of this system is infinite because of the infinite length of the strings =-=[21]-=-. Each string defines a ‘direction’ in AdS5 × S 5 . If all strings are oriented in the same direction, then this configuration preserves half of the sixteen background Poincaré supersymmetries, regard... |

31 |
Nonlinear realization and hidden local symmetries. Phys
- Bando, Kugo, et al.
- 1988
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Citation Context ...o note that this is similar to QCD, where the observed universality of the ρ-meson couplings is attributed, in certain phenomenological models, to a hidden gauge symmetry of the low-energy Lagrangian =-=[22]-=-. For large R-charge the BI modes resemble a classical, collapsed open string that follows a null geodesic along the compact directions of the D7-brane, thus providing an open string analogue of the c... |

26 |
Branes in AdS and PP-wave spacetimes
- Skenderis, Taylor
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Citation Context ..., N ≫ k then the back-reaction of the D7-branes on this geometry may be neglected and one is left, in the gravity description, with k D7-brane probes in AdS5 × S 5 that preserve eight supersymmetries =-=[7]-=-. 1 Although this system has similarities with those studied in [8, 9], it differs in some respects. In particular, the simplest case studied in these references involves a Z2-orientifold in flat spac... |

6 |
Handbook of Mathematical Functions
- See
- 1964
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Citation Context ...he scalar fluctuations are real-valued and that −∞ < y ≤ 0 (where the boundary lies at y → −∞ and y = 0 is a regular point), one finds that, up to a normalization constant, the only valid solution is =-=[23]-=- P(y) = F(a , b ; c ; y) , (3.14) where F is the standard hypergeometric function. When rewritten in terms of ρ, the solution for φ is then φ(ρ) = ρ ℓ (ρ 2 + L 2 ) −α F(−α , −α + ℓ + 1 ; ℓ + 2 ; −ρ 2 ... |

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Adding flavor to AdS/CFT, J. High Energy Phys. 06 (2002) 043, hep-th/0205236
- Karch, Katz
- 1998
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Citation Context ...itute.ca, winters@physics.mcgill.ca Abstract: We compute the meson spectrum of an N = 2 super Yang-Mills theory with fundamental matter from its dual string theory on AdS5 × S 5 with a D7-brane probe =-=[1]-=-. For scalar and vector mesons with arbitrary R-charge the spectrum is computed in closed form by solving the equations for D7-brane fluctuations; for matter with non-zero mass mq it is discrete, exhi... |