We find new, local, non-supersymmetric conformal field theories obtained by relevant deformations of the N=4 super Yang Mills theory in the large $N$ limit. We contruct interpolating supergravity solutions that naturally represent the flow from the N=4 super Yang Mills UV theory to these non-supersymmetric IR fixed points. We also study the linearization around the N=4 superconformal point of N=1 supersymmetric, marginal deformations. We show that they give rise to N=1 superconformal fixed points, as expected from field-theoretical arguments.

Girardello, L., Petrini, M., Porrati, M., Zaffaroni, A. (1998). Novel Local CFT and Exact Results on Perturbations of N=4 Super Yang Mills from AdS Dynamics. JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, 1998(12), 022.

Novel Local CFT and Exact Results on Perturbations of N=4 Super Yang Mills from AdS Dynamics

GIRARDELLO, LUCIANO;ZAFFARONI, ALBERTO
1998

Abstract

We find new, local, non-supersymmetric conformal field theories obtained by relevant deformations of the N=4 super Yang Mills theory in the large $N$ limit. We contruct interpolating supergravity solutions that naturally represent the flow from the N=4 super Yang Mills UV theory to these non-supersymmetric IR fixed points. We also study the linearization around the N=4 superconformal point of N=1 supersymmetric, marginal deformations. We show that they give rise to N=1 superconformal fixed points, as expected from field-theoretical arguments.
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AdS/CFT
English
1998
1998
12
022
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Girardello, L., Petrini, M., Porrati, M., Zaffaroni, A. (1998). Novel Local CFT and Exact Results on Perturbations of N=4 Super Yang Mills from AdS Dynamics. JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, 1998(12), 022.
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