On the localization of fermions on thick D-branes

  title={On the localization of fermions on thick D-branes},
  author={Oscar Castillo-Felisola and I. Schmidt},
  • Oscar Castillo-Felisola, I. Schmidt
  • Published 2010
  • Physics
  • Hints on the possible localization of fermions on double thick D-branes (Domain Walls) are found by analyzing the moduli space of parameters. Deeper analysis toward this direction might help to select phenomenologically plausible models. A new kind of condition for fermion localization is proposed. This might be useful in multi-brane-world scenarios, which are important when symmetry breaking is considered in the AdS/CFT formalism, as well as in curved brane-worlds. 

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