# BRANE

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2006

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2006

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We systematically investigate instanton corrections from wrapped Euclidean D-branes to the matter field superpotential of various… (More)

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2005

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2005

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We describe a technique which enables one to quickly compute an infinite number of toric geometries and their dual quiver gauge… (More)

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2003

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2003

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We compute the Yukawa couplings among chiral fields in toroidal Type II compactifications with wrapping D6-branes intersecting at… (More)

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2002

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2002

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We investigate the Penrose limits of classical string and Mtheory backgrounds. We prove that the number of (super)symmetries of a… (More)

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2001

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2001

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We investigate the deformation of D–brane world–volumes in curved backgrounds. We calculate the leading corrections to the… (More)

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2000

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2000

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We suggest a mechanism by which four-dimensional Newtonian gravity emerges on a 3-brane in 5D Minkowski space with an infinite… (More)

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2000

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We carefully investigate the gravitational equations of the brane world, in which all the matter forces except gravity are… (More)

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2000

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2000

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In the presence of internal magnetic fields, a D9 brane can acquire a D5 (or anti-D5) R-R charge, and can therefore contribute to… (More)

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1999

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1999

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We consider “brane-universes”, where matter is confined to four-dimensional hypersurfaces (three-branes) whereas one extra… (More)

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1998

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1998

- 1998

We use the abelian Born-Infeld action for the worldvolume gauge field and transverse displacement scalars to explore new aspects… (More)

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