Extremal black brane attractors on the elliptic curve

@article{Laamara2010ExtremalBB,
  title={Extremal black brane attractors on the elliptic curve},
  author={R. Ahl Laamara and Manuel Asorey and Adil Belhaj and Antonio Segu{\'i}},
  journal={Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical},
  year={2010},
  volume={43},
  pages={105401}
}
Reconsidering the analysis of the moduli space of N = 2 eight-dimensional supergravity coupled to seven scalars, we propose a new scalar manifold factorization given by SO(2, 2)/(SO(2) × SO(2)) × SO(2, 1)/SO(2) × SO(1, 1). This factorization is supported by the appearance of three solutions of Type IIA extremal black p-branes (p = 0, 1, 2) with AdSp + 2 × S6 − p near-horizon geometries in eight dimensions. We analyze the corresponding attractor mechanism. In particular, we give an interplay… 

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