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- Micha Berkooz, Michael R. Douglas, Robert G. Leigh
- 1996

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)

- David Berensteinand, Robert G. Leigh
- 2000

We analyse D-branes on orbifolds with discrete torsion, extending earlier results. We analyze certain Abelian orbifolds of the type C 3 /Γ, where Γ is given by Z m × Z n , for the most general choice of discrete torsion parameter. By comparing with the AdS/CFT correspondence, we can consider different geometries which give rise to the same physics. This… (More)

- David Berenstein, Vishnu, Robert G. Leigh
- 2000

We study marginal and relevant supersymmetric deformations of the N = 4 super-Yang-Mills theory in four dimensions. Our primary innovation is the interpretation of the moduli spaces of vacua of these theories as non-commutative spaces. The construction of these spaces relies on the representation theory of the related quantum algebras, which are obtained… (More)

- David Kutasov, Robert G. Leigh
- 1998

We discuss string propagation in the near-horizon geometry generated by Neveu-Schwarz fivebranes, Kaluza-Klein monopoles and fundamental strings. When the fivebranes and KK monopoles are wrapped around a compact four-manifold M, the geometry is AdS 3 × S 3 /Z Z N × M and the spacetime dynamics is expected to correspond to a local two dimensional conformal… (More)

- K Intriligator, R G Leigh, M J Strassler
- 1995

We present evidence for renormalization group fixed points with dual magnetic descriptions in fourteen new classes of four-dimensional N = 1 supersymmetric models. Nine of these classes are chiral and many involve two or three gauge groups. These theories are generalizations of models presented earlier by Seiberg, by Kutasov and Schwimmer, and by the… (More)

- K Intriligator, R G Leigh, N Seiberg
- 1994

Supersymmetric gauge theories in four dimensions can display interesting non-perturbative phenomena. Although the superpotential dynamically generated by these phenomena can be highly nontrivial, it can often be exactly determined. We discuss some general techniques for analyzing the Wilsonian superpotential and demonstrate them with simple but non-trivial… (More)

- R. G. Leigh
- 1995

We discuss electric-magnetic duality in two new classes of supersymmetric Yang-Mills theories. The models have gauge group Sp(2N c) or SO(N c) with matter in both the adjoint and defining representations. By perturbing these theories with various superpotentials, we find a variety of new infrared fixed points with dual descriptions. This work is… (More)

- Robert G. Leigh
- 1996

We consider the propagation of Type I open superstrings on orb-ifolds with four non-compact dimensions and N = 1 supersymmetry. In this paper, we concentrate on a non-trivial Z Z 2 × Z Z 2 example. We show that consistency conditions, arising from tadpole cancellation and algebraic sources, require the existence of three sets of Dirichlet 5-branes. We… (More)

We construct the most general supersymmetric configuration of D2-branes and D6-branes on a 6-torus. It contains arbitrary numbers of branes at relative U (3) angles. The corresponding supergravity solutions are constructed and expressed in a remarkably simple form, using the complex geometry of the compact space. The spacetime supersymmetry of the… (More)

- Robert G. Leigh, Anastasios C. Petkou
- 2008

We discuss the implementation of electric-magnetic duality transformations in four-dimensional gravity linearized around Minkowski or (A)dS 4 backgrounds. In the presence of a cosmological constant duality generically modifies the Hamiltonian, nevertheless the bulk dynamics is unchanged. We pay particular attention to the boundary terms generated by the… (More)