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E$_{6(6)}$ Exceptional Field Theory: Review and Embedding of Type IIB

@inproceedings{Baguet2015E\_66EF,
  title={E\$\_\{6(6)\}\$ Exceptional Field Theory: Review and Embedding of Type IIB},
  author={Arnaud Baguet and Olaf Hohm and Henning Samtleben},
  year={2015}
}
We review E6p6q exceptional field theory with a particular emphasis on the embedding of type IIB supergravity, which is obtained by picking the GLp5qSLp2q invariant solution of the section constraint. We work out the precise decomposition of the E6p6q covariant fields on the one hand and the Kaluza-Klein-like decomposition of type IIB supergravity on the other. Matching the symmetries, this allows us to establish the precise dictionary between both sets of fields. Finally, we establish on-shell… 

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