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- Chong-Sun Chu, Takeo Inami
- 2005

We analyse the causality condition in noncommutative field theory and show that the nonlocality of noncommutative interaction leads to a modification of the light cone to the light wedge. This effect is generic for noncommutative geometry. We also check that the usual form of energy condition is violated and propose that a new form is needed in… (More)

Integrability and supersymmetry of the supersymmetric extension of the sine-Gordon theory on a half-line are examined and the boundary potential which preserves both the integrability and supersymmetry on the bulk is derived. It appears that unlike the boundary bosonic sine-Gordon theory, integrability and supersymmetry strongly restrict the form and… (More)

We investigate the analyticity property of the partially resummed series expansion(PRSE) of the partition function for the eight-vertex model. Developing a graphical technique, we have obtained a first few terms of the PRSE and found that these terms have a pole only at one point in the complex plane of the coupling constant. This result supports the… (More)

We report on an attempt to solve the gauge hierarchy problem in the framework of higher dimensional gauge theories. Both classical Higgs mass and quadratically divergent quantum correction to the mass are argued to vanish. Hence the hierarchy problem in its original sense is solved. The remaining finite mass correction is shown to depend crucially on the… (More)

- Takeo Inami, Hiroaki Kanno
- 1997

We construct a generalization of the two-dimensional Wess-Zumino-Witten model on a 2n-dimensional Kähler manifold as a group-valued non-linear sigma model with an anomaly term containing the Kähler form. The model is shown to have an infinitedimensional symmetry which generates an n-toroidal Lie algebra. The classical equation of motion turns out to be the… (More)

- Hiroshi Matsuda, Akihisa Yao, Hiroshi Tsukahara, Tetsuo Deguchi, Ko Furuta, Takeo Inami
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2003

We have evaluated by numerical simulation the average size R(K) of random polygons of fixed knot topology K=,3(1),3(1) musical sharp 4(1), and we have confirmed the scaling law R(2)(K) approximately N(2nu(K)) for the number N of polygonal nodes in a wide range; N=100-2200. The best fit gives 2nu(K) approximately 1.11-1.16 with good fitting curves in the… (More)

We derive and classify all solutions of the boundary Yang-Baxter equation (or the reflection equation) for the 19-vertex model associated with Uq(ŝl2). Integrable XXZ spin-1 chain hamiltonian with general boundary interactions is also obtained.

- Chong-Sun Chu, Takeo Inami
- 2005

We show that the 4-dimensional N = 1/2 supersymmetry algebra admits central extension. The central charges are supported by domain wall and the central charges are computed. We also determine the Konishi anomaly forN = 1/2 supersymmetric gauge theory. Due to the new couplings in the Lagrangian, many terms appears. We show that these terms sum up to give the… (More)

We examine numerically the distribution function fK(r) of distance r between opposite polygonal nodes for random polygons of N nodes with a fixed knot type K. Here we consider three knots such as ∅, 31 and 31♯31. In a wide range of r, the shape of fK(r) is well fitted by the scaling form [1] of self-avoiding walks. The fit yields the Gaussian exponents νK =… (More)

- Takeo Inami, Hiroaki Kanno, Tatsuya Ueno, Chuan-Sheng Xiong
- 2008

We investigate the structure of an infinite-dimensional symmetry of the four-dimensional Kähler WZW model, which is a possible extension of the two-dimensional WZW model. We consider the SL(2, R) group and, using the Gauss decomposition method, we derive a current algebra identified with a two-toroidal Lie algebra, a generalization of the affine Kac-Moody… (More)