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1999-01-28

AUTHORS

Angel M. Uranga

ABSTRACT

We study the T duality between a set of type IIB D3 branes at non-orbifold threefold singularities, and type IIA configurations of D4 branes stretched between relatively rotated NS fivebranes. The four-dimensional = 1 field theories on the D3 brane world-volume can be easily described using the IIA brane configuration. These models include families of chiral theories continuously connected to the theories appearing in brane box models (or D3 branes at orbifold singularities). We propose that flop transitions between topologically different small resolutions of the singularities are related to the crossing of rotated NS fivebranes in the T dual picture, and thus to Seiberg's duality in one of the gauge factors. We also comment on the inclusion of orientifold planes in the IIA brane picture. More... »

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