Massive three-dimensional supergravity from R + R2 action in six dimensions View Full Text


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2010-10

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H. Lü, C. N. Pope, E. Sezgin

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We obtain a three-parameter family of massive supergravities in three dimensions from the 3-sphere reduction of an off-shell six-dimensional Poincaré supergravity that includes a curvature squared invariant. The three-dimensional theory contains an off-shell supergravity multiplet and an on-shell scalar matter multiplet. We then generalise this in three dimensions to an eight-parameter family of supergravities. We also find a duality relationship between the six-dimensional theory and the six-dimensional theory obtained through a T4 reduction of the heterotic string effective action that includes the higher-order terms associated with the supersymmetrisation of the anomaly-cancelling tr(R ∧ R) term. More... »

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