Self-duality, Ramond-Ramond fields, and K-theory View Full Text


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2000-05-17

AUTHORS

Gregory Moore, Edward Witten

ABSTRACT

Just as D-brane charge of type-IIA and type-IIB superstrings is classified, respectively, by K1(X) and K(X), Ramond-Ramond fields in these theories are classified, respectively, by K(X) and K1(X). By analyzing a recent proposal for how to interpret quantum self-duality of RR fields, we show that the Dirac quantization formula for the RR p-forms, when properly formulated, receives corrections that reflect curvature, lower brane charges, and an anomaly of D-brane world-volume fermions. The K-theory framework is important here, because the term involving the fermion anomaly cannot be naturally expressed in terms of cohomology and differential forms. More... »

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032

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