ON ISSUES IN SWISS CHEESE COMPACTIFICATIONS

@article{Misra2008ONII,
  title={ON ISSUES IN SWISS CHEESE COMPACTIFICATIONS},
  author={Aalok Misra},
  journal={Modern Physics Letters A},
  year={2008},
  volume={23},
  pages={3031-3047}
}
  • A. Misra
  • Published 30 September 2008
  • Mathematics
  • Modern Physics Letters A
We give a brief review of our previous works.1,2 We discuss two sets of issues. The first has to do with the possibility of getting a non-supersymmetric dS minimum without the addition of $\overline{D3}$-branes as in KKLT, and axionic slow-roll inflation, in type II flux compactifications. The second has to do with the "Inverse Problem"3 and "Fake Superpotentials"4 for extremal (non)supersymmetric black holes in type II compactifications. We use (orientifold of) a "Swiss Cheese" Calabi–Yau5… 
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