# D0 matrix mechanics: new fuzzy solutions at large N

@article{Patil2004D0MM, title={D0 matrix mechanics: new fuzzy solutions at large N}, author={Subodh P. Patil}, journal={Journal of High Energy Physics}, year={2004}, volume={2005}, pages={007-007} }

We wish to consider in this report the large-N limit of a particular matrix model introduced by Myers describing D-brane physics in the presence of an RR flux background. At finite N, fuzzy spheres appear naturally as non-trivial solutions to this matrix model and have been extensively studied. In this report, we wish to demonstrate several new classes of solutions which appear in the large-N limit, corresponding to the fuzzy cylinder,the fuzzy plane and a warped fuzzy plane. The latter two…

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