# Journal of High Energy Physics

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*D*= 4 scalar supermultiplet are presented. We show how the superspace formulation emerges from the unfolded formulation. To analyze supersymmetric unfolded equations we extend the

*σ*

_{−}-cohomology technics to the case with several operators

*σ*

_{−}. The role of higher

*σ*

_{−}-cohomology in the derivation of constraints is emphasized and illustrated...

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*IIA*supergravity compactified on a Calabi-Yau manifold, in the presence of sub-leading corrections to the

*N*= 2 pre-potential. We study black hole configurations carrying D0-D6 and D0-D4 charges. We consider the

*O*(1) corrections to the pre-potential given by the Euler number of the Calabi-Yau manifold. We argue...

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_{ N }factorisable orbifolds, we find a simple expression of the mixing in terms of the properties of the =2subsectors,whichhelpsunderstandunderwhatconditionsmixingcanoccur. With this tool, we analyze Z

_{6}-II heterotic orbifolds...

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*t*= (

*p′*−

*p*)

^{2}corrections in hard processes which can be studied in the framework of the operator product expansion and involve momentum transfer from the initial to the final hadron state. Such corrections, which are usually referred to as kinematic, can be defined as contributions of operators of all twists that...

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*S*

^{3}in the large N limit. We show that the only such CS theories for which the long range forces between the eigenvalues...

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*N*= 2,

*D*= 5 higher-derivative supergravity theory are classified. Depending on the choice of nearhorizon data we find that either there are no regular horizons, or horizons exist and the spatial cross-sections of the event horizons are conformal to a squashed or round

*S*

^{3},

*S*

^{1}×

*S*

^{2}, or

*T*

^{3}. If the conformal factor is constant...

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*ρ*1/2

*m*

_{ t }characterizing the dynamics of the top-quark decay, which involves a new expansion parameter

*ρ*= 1 −

*mW*/

*mt*. Our method naturally resolves the problem of spurious divergences...

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_{ d+1}with squared masses in the Breitenlohner-Freedman window $$ - {d^{{2}}}/{4} \leqslant {m^{{2}}} < - {d^{{2}}}/{4} + {1} $$ (in units with the AdS scale

*ℓ*set to 1) are known to enjoy a variety of boundary conditions. For larger masses $$ {m^{{2}}} > - {d^{{2}}}/{4} + {1} $$ , unitarity bounds in possible dual CFTs suggest that such general boundary conditions...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2012 > 2012 > 1 > 1-21

*g*and

*h*holes, and target space . We calculate the correlation functions of bulk and boundary operators, and study the symmetries of the model and its most general deformation. We study the open/closed topological field theory (TFT) correspondence by summing up the boundaries...

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*G*

_{ M }. The QCD-like theories we used are those with fermions in a complex, real or pseudoreal representation with in general n flavours. These...

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*κ*(800) on the lattice is a challenging task that starts to become feasible due to the rapid progress in recent-years lattice QCD calculations. As the reso- nance is broad, special attention to finite-volume effects has to be paid, because no sharp resonance signal as from avoided level crossing can be expected. In the present article, we investigate the finite volume effects...