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We study toroidal compactification of Matrix theory, using ideas and results of non-commutative geometry. We generalize this to compactification on the noncommutative torus, explain the classification of these backgrounds, and argue that they correspond in supergravity to tori with constant background three-form tensor field. The paper includes an… (More)

- Freddy Cachazo, Michael R. Douglas, Nathan Seiberg, Edward Witten
- 2002

Motivated by recent work of Dijkgraaf and Vafa, we study anomalies and the chiral ring structure in a supersymmetric U (N) gauge theory with an adjoint chiral superfield and an arbitrary superpotential. A certain generalization of the Konishi anomaly leads to an equation which is identical to the loop equation of a bosonic matrix model. This allows us to… (More)

We consider two dimensional supergravity coupled tô c = 1 matter. This system can also be interpreted as noncritical type 0 string theory in a two dimensional target space. After reviewing and extending the traditional descriptions of this class of theories, we provide a matrix model description. The 0B theory is similar to the realization of two… (More)

- Michael R. Douglas, Nikita A. Nekrasov
- 1998

We review the generalization of field theory to space-time with noncommuting coordinates, starting with the basics and covering most of the active directions of research. Such theories are now known to emerge from limits of M theory and string theory, and to describe quantum Hall states. In the last few years they have been studied intensively, and many… (More)

We study D-branes on the quintic CY by combining results from several directions: general results on holomorphic curves and vector bundles, stringy geometry and mirror symmetry, and the boundary states in Gepner models recently constructed by Recknagel and Schome-rus, to begin sketching a picture of D-branes in the stringy regime. We also make first steps… (More)

- P C Brunner, M R Douglas, A Osinov, C C Wilson, L Bernatchez
- Evolution; international journal of organic…
- 2001

This study evaluated mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) sequence variation in a 552-bp fragment of the control region of Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) by analyzing 159 individuals from 83 populations throughout the entire range of the complex. A total of 89 (16.1%) nucleotide positions were polymorphic, and these defined 63 haplotypes. Phylogenetic analyses… (More)

We show that configurations of multiple D-branes related by SU (N) rotations will preserve unbroken supersymmetry. This includes cases in which two D-branes are related by a rotation of arbitrarily small angle, and we discuss some of the physics of this. In particular, we discuss a way of obtaining 4D chiral fermions on the intersection of D-branes. We also… (More)

We study the behavior of D-branes at distances far shorter than the string length scale l s. We argue that short-distance phenomena are described by the IR behavior of the D-brane world-volume quantum theory. This description is valid until the brane motion becomes relativistic. At weak string coupling g s this corresponds to momenta and energies far above… (More)

We show that in certain superstring compactifications, gauge theories on noncom-mutative tori will naturally appear as D-brane world-volume theories. This gives strong evidence that they are well-defined quantum theories. It also gives a physical derivation of the identification proposed by Connes, Douglas and Schwarz of Matrix theory com-pactification on… (More)

We establish that the open string star product in the zero momentum sector can be described as a continuous tensor product of mutually commuting two dimensional Moyal star products. Let the continuous variable κ ∈ [ 0, ∞) parametrize the eigenvalues of the Neumann matrices; then the noncommutativity parameter is given by θ(κ) = 2 tanh(πκ 4). For each κ, the… (More)