Mathieu Moonshine and Symmetry Surfing

@article{Gaberdiel2016MathieuMA,
  title={Mathieu Moonshine and Symmetry Surfing},
  author={M. Gaberdiel and C. Keller and H. Paul},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory},
  year={2016}
}
Mathieu Moonshine, the observation that the Fourier coefficients of the elliptic genus on K3 can be interpreted as dimensions of representations of the Mathieu group M24, has been proven abstractly, but a conceptual understanding in terms of a representation of the Mathieu group on the BPS states, is missing. Some time ago, Taormina and Wendland showed that such an action can be naturally defined on the lowest non-trivial BPS states, using the idea of `symmetry surfing', i.e., by combining the… Expand
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