Infinite Lorentz boost along the M-theory circle and non-asymptotically flat solutions in supergravities

@article{Hyun1997InfiniteLB,
  title={Infinite Lorentz boost along the M-theory circle and non-asymptotically flat solutions in supergravities},
  author={Seungjoon Hyun and Y. Kiem and Hyeonjoon Shin},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={1997},
  volume={57},
  pages={4856-4861}
}
Certain non-asymptotically flat but supersymmetric classical solution of the type IIA supergravity can be interpreted as the infinitely-boosted version of the D-particle solution along the M-theory circle. By a chain of T-dual transformations, this analysis also applies to yield non-asymptotically flat solutions from the asymptotically flat and (non)-extremal solutions with intersecting D-strings and D five-branes of the type IIB supergravity compactified on a five-torus. Under S-duality, the… Expand
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