Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements
Maldacena Conjecture, Boundary Field Theory, Supersymmetric Discrete Light-Cone Quantization
We consider the Maldacena conjecture applied to the near horizon geometry of a D1-brane in the supergravity approximation and present numerical results of a test of the conjecture against the boundary field theory calculation using supersymmetric discrete light-cone quantization (SDLCQ). We present numerical results with approximately 1000 times as many states as we previously considered. These results support the Maldacena conjecture and are within 10–15% of the predicted numerical results in some regions. Our results are still not sufficient to demonstrate convergence, and, therefore, cannot be considered to a numerical proof of the conjecture. We present a method for using a “flavor” symmetry to greatly reduce the size of the basis and discuss a numerical method that we use which is particularly well suited for this type of matrix element calculation.
Trittmann, Uwe, "Towards Testing the Maldacena Conjecture With SDLCQ" (2000). Physics Faculty Scholarship. Paper 23.
Trittmann, U. (2000). 8. String and related theories: Towards testing the Maldacena conjecture with SDLCQ. Nuclear Physics B (Proceedings Supplements), 90 (NON-PERTURBATIVE QCD AND HADRON PHENOMENOLOGY), 252-255. doi:10.1016/S0920-5632(00)90002-1
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