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We discuss here in the framework of black hole thermodynamics some aspects relative to the third law in the case of black holes of the Kerr-Newman family. By means of thermodynamic arguments we show… (More)

- Massimo Bianchi, Francesco Fucito, Giancarlo C. Rossi, Maurizio Martellini
- 1995

In this letter we report on the computation of instanton-dominated correlation functions in supersymmetric Yang-Mills theories on Asymptotically Locally Euclidean spaces. Following the approach of… (More)

- Massimo Bianchi, Francesco Fucito, Giancarlo C. Rossi, Maurizio Martellini
- 1996

We describe the explicit construction of Yang-Mills instantons on Asymptotically Locally Euclidean (ALE) spaces, following the work of Kronheimer and Nakajima. For multicenter ALE metrics, we… (More)

We discuss the relations between (topological) quantum field theories in 4 dimensions and the theory of 2-knots (embedded 2-spheres in a 4-manifold). The so-called BF theories allow the construction… (More)

- Alberto S. Cattaneo, Paolo Cotta–Ramusino, Maurizio Martellini
- 2010

We study 3-dimensional BF theories and define observables related to knots and links. The quantum expectation values of these observables give the coefficients of the Alexander-Conway polynomial.

We show that 2+1-dimensional Euclidean quantum gravity is equivalent, under some mild topological assumptions, to a Gaussian fermionic system. In particular, for manifolds topologically equivalent to… (More)

- Francesco Fucito, Maurizio Martellini, Mauro Zeni
- 1996

Using the BF version of pure Yang-Mills, it is possible to find a covariant representation of the ’t Hooft magnetic flux operator. In this framework, ’t Hooft’s pioneering work on confinement finds… (More)

In this paper we discuss topological BF theories in 3 and 4 dimensions. Observables are associated to ordinary knots and links (in 3 dimensions) and to 2‐knots (in 4 dimensions). The vacuum… (More)

Using the first order formalism (BFYM) of the Yang-Mills theory we show that it displays an embedded topological sector corresponding to the field content of the Topological Yang-Mills theory (TYM).… (More)

- A. Marshakov, Maurizio Martellini, A. Morozov
- 1997

5-branes of nontrivial topology are associated in the Diaconescu-Hanany-Witten-Witten (DHWW) approach with the Seiberg-Witten (SW) theory of low-energy effective actions. There are two different… (More)