Off-shell N = 2 → N = 1 reduction in 4D conformal supergravity

  title={Off-shell N = 2 → N = 1 reduction in 4D conformal supergravity},
  author={Yusuke Yamada},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  • Y. Yamada
  • Published 31 January 2019
  • Physics, Geology
  • Journal of High Energy Physics
A bstractWe discuss N = 2 → N = 1 reduction in four dimensional conformal supergravity. In particular, we keep the off-shell structure of supermultiplets (except hypermultiplets). As we will show, starting with (almost) off-shell conformal supergravity makes the procedure simpler than that from N = 2 Poincaré supergravity, which makes it easier to show the correspondence to the standard N = 1 conformal supergravity. We find that the N = 1 superconformal symmetry is simply realized by truncating… 

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