On the stringy nature of winding modes in noncommutative thermal field theories View Full Text


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2000-06-26

AUTHORS

Giovanni Arcioni, Jose L.F. Barbón, Joaquim Gomis, Miguel A. Vázquez-Mozo

ABSTRACT

We show that thermal non-commutative field theories admit a version of ``channel duality'' reminiscent of open/closed string duality, where non-planar thermal loops can be replaced by an infinite tower of tree-level exchanges of effective fields. These effective fields resemble closed strings in three aspects: their mass spectrum is that of closed-string winding modes, their interaction vertices contain extra moduli, and they can be regarded as propagating in a higher-dimensional ``bulk'' space-time. In non-commutative models that can be embedded in a D-brane, we show the precise relation between the effective ``winding fields'' and closed strings propagating off the D-brane. The winding fields represent the coherent coupling of the infinite tower of closed-string oscillator states. We derive a sum rule that expresses this effective coupling in terms of the elementary couplings of closed strings to the D-brane. We furthermore clarify the relation between the effective propagating dimension of the winding fields and the true codimension of the D-brane. More... »

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038

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