Localizing gravity on a stringlike defect in six dimensions

@article{Gherghetta2000LocalizingGO,
  title={Localizing gravity on a stringlike defect in six dimensions},
  author={Gherghetta and Shaposhnikov},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2000},
  volume={85 2},
  pages={
          240-3
        }
}
We present a metric solution in six dimensions, where gravity is localized on a four-dimensional singular stringlike defect. The corrections to four-dimensional gravity from the bulk continuum modes are suppressed by O(1/r(3)). No tuning of the bulk cosmological constant to the brane tension is required in order to cancel the four-dimensional cosmological constant. 

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