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Abstract We examine the topologically twisted index of \( \mathcal{N} \) = 4 super-Yang-Mills with gauge group SU(N ) on T 2×S2, and demonstrate that it receives contributions from multiple sectors corresponding to the freely acting orbifolds T2/ℤm × ℤn where N = mn. After summing over these sectors, the index can be expressed as the elliptic genus of a twodimensional \( \mathcal...

For \( \mathcal{N} \) = 2∗ theory with U(N ) gauge group we evaluate expectation values of Wilson loops in representations described by a rectangular Young tableau with n rows and k columns. The evaluation reduces to a two-matrix model and we explain, using a combination of numerical and analytical techniques, the general properties of the eigen-value distributions in various...

AbstractThe topologically twisted index for ABJM theory with gauge group U(N) k × U(N)−k has recently been shown, in the large-N limit, to reproduce the BekensteinHawking entropy of certain magnetically charged asymptotically AdS4 black holes. We numerically study the index beyond the large-N limit and provide evidence that it contains a subleading logarithmic term of the form −1...

The large-N limit of ABJM theory is holographically dual to M-theory on AdS4 × S 7/ℤ k . The 3-sphere partition function has been obtained via localization, and its leading behavior F ABJM (0) ∼ k 1/2 N 3/2 is exactly reproduced in the dual theory by tree-level supergravity. We extend this comparison to the sub-leading \( \mathcal{O}\left({N}^0\right) \) order by computing the...

Abstract The absence of fixed momentum excitations in a theory with Lifshitz scale invariance gives rise to exponential suppression of spectral weight in the low-frequency limit. In the holographic dual, this suppression arises as a consequence of a tunneling barrier that decouples the horizon from the boundary. We compute the spin-1/2 holographic Green’s function and show that...

Abstract We compute the vacuum expectation values of 1/6 supersymmetric Wilson loops in higher dimensional representations of the gauge group in ABJM theory. We present results for the m-symmetric and m-antisymmetric representations by exploiting standard matrix model techniques. At leading order, in the saddle point approximation, our expressions reproduce holographic results...

Abstract Recently, a non-relativistic off-shell formulation of three dimensional Newton-Cartan supergravity was proposed as the c → ∞ limit of three dimensional \( \mathcal{N} \) = 2 super-gravity [1]. In the present paper we study supersymmetric backgrounds within this theory. Using integrability constraints for the non-relativistic Killing spinor equations, we explicitly...

Abstract We prove a c-theorem for holographic renormalization group flows in a Schrödinger spacetime that demonstrates that the effective radius L(r) monotonically decreases from the UV to the IR, where r is the bulk radial coordinate. This result assumes that the bulk matter satisfies the null energy condition, but holds regardless of the value of the critical exponent z. We...

AbstractDi Pietro and Komargodski have recently demonstrated a four-dimensional counterpart of Cardy’s formula, which gives the leading high-temperature (β → 0) behavior of supersymmetric partition functions ZSUSY(β). Focusing on superconformal theories, we elaborate on the subleading contributions to their formula when applied to free chiral and U(1) vector multiplets. In...

We examine the behavior of the retarded Green’s function in theories with Lifshitz scaling symmetry, both through dual gravitational models and a direct field theory approach. In contrast with the case of a relativistic CFT, where the Green’s function is fixed (up to normalization) by symmetry, the generic Lifshitz Green’s function can a priori depend on an arbitrary function...

AbstractWe present a prescription for obtaining the difference of the central charges, c−a, of a four dimensional superconformal quantum field theory from its single-trace index. The formula is derived from a one-loop holographic computation, but is expected to be valid independent of holography. We demonstrate the prescription with several holographic and non-holographic...

Cynthia Keeler
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Gino Knodel
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**James** **T**. **Liu**
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Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics, Randall Laboratory of Physics, The University of Michigan
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Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1040, U.S.A
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Cynthia Keeler
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Gino Knodel
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**James** **T**. **Liu**
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Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics, Randall Laboratory of Physics, The University of Michigan
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Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1040, U.S.A
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Arash Arabi Ardehali
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**James** **T**. **Liu**
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Phillip Szepietowski
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Department of Physics, University of Virginia
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Charlottesville, VA

We compute the \( \mathcal{O} \)(1) contribution to holographic c − a for IIB supergravity on AdS5 × S 5 / \( {{\mathbb{Z}}_n} \) and on AdS5 × T 1,1 / \( {{\mathbb{Z}}_n} \). In both cases, we find agreement with the dual field theory results, thus providing 1/N 2 checks of AdS/CFT with reduced supersymmetry. Since the holographic computation involves a sum over shortened...

In this work we systematically study various aspects of spin-3/2 fields in a curved background. We mostly focus on a minimally coupled massive spin-3/2 field in arbitrary dimensions, and solve the equation of motion either explicitly or numerically in AdS, Schwarzschild-AdS and Reissner-Nordström-AdS backgrounds. Although not the main focus of this work, we also make a connection...

We study the \(\mathcal{N} = 4\) gauged supergravity theory which arises from the consistent truncation of IIB supergravity on the coset T 1,1. We analyze three \(\mathcal{N} = 2\) subsectors and in particular we clarify the relationship between true superpotentials for gauged supergravity and certain fake superpotentials which have been widely used in the literature. We derive a...