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Black branes in AdS5 appear in a four parameter family labeled by their velocity and temperature. Promoting these parameters to Goldstone modes or collective coordinate fields—arbitrary functions of… (More)

We present a trace formula for an index over the spectrum of four dimensional superconformal field theories on S3 × time. Our index receives contributions from states invariant under at least one… (More)

We study the perturbative dynamics of noncommutative field theories on R d , and find an intriguing mixing of the UV and the IR. High energies of virtual particles in loops produce non-analyticity at… (More)

We study all three-point functions of normalized chiral operators in D=4, $\mathcal{N}=4$, U(N) supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory in the large $N$ limit. We compute them for small 't Hooft coupling… (More)

We generalize recent work to construct a map from the conformal Navier Stokes equations with holographically determined transport coefficients, in d spacetime dimensions, to the set of asymptotically… (More)

Open string theories can be decoupled from closed strings and gravity by scaling to the critical electric field. We propose dual descriptions for the strong coupling limit of these NCOS… (More)

- Neil R. Constable, Daniel Z. Freedman, +4 authors Witold Skiba
- 2002

Recently, Berenstein et al. have proposed a duality between a sector of = 4 super-Yang-Mills theory with large R-charge J, and string theory in a pp-wave background. In the limit considered, the… (More)

We find classically stable solitons (instantons) in odd (even) dimensional scalar noncommutative field theories whose scalar potential, V (φ), has at least two minima. These solutions are bubbles of… (More)

We study three-dimensional conformal field theories described by U(N) Chern–Simons theory at level k coupled to massless fermions in the fundamental representation. By solving a Schwinger–Dyson… (More)