Bell's Theorem by Harrison D.M.

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2. 10) that gives rise to one real equation restricting the Kähler moduli. This can be understood as a D-flatness condition. In the 4d effective action, the magnetic fluxes give rise to topological couplings for the different axions of the compactified field theory. These arise from the dimensional reduction of the 32 I. Antoniadis Wess Zumino action. In addition to the topological coupling, the N = 1 supersymmetric action yields a Fayet–Iliopoulos (FI) term of the form: ξa 1 = 2 2 ga (4π α )3 T6 Fa ∧ Fa ∧ Fa − Fa ∧ J ∧ J .

Antoniadis We have thus presented a model where the open string moduli corresponding to charged scalar VEV’s are also fixed by the magnetic fluxes. In principle, the same method can be applied for stabilizing other open string moduli, as well. Note also that the discrete family of large volume solutions is still valid for fixed va . 14) and matter spectra. 2.

Thus, the U (1) factor of U (3) has to be identified with gauged baryon number. Similarly, U (2) arises from two coincident “weak” D-branes and the corresponding abelian factor is identified with gauged weak-doublet number. Finally, an extra U (1) D-brane is necessary in order to accommodate the Standard Model without breaking the baryon number [38]. In principle this U (1) brane can be chosen to be independent of the other two collections with its own gauge coupling. To improve the predictability of the model, we choose to put it on top of either the color or the weak D-branes [39].

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