Unparticles as the holographic dual of gapped AdS gravity

Sophia K. Domokos, Gregory Gabadadze

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    Abstract

    Naively applying holographic duality to gapped gravity on Anti de Sitter (AdS) space seems to suggest that the stress tensor of the field theory dual cannot be conserved. On the other hand, by symmetry arguments, it seems that the dual should not violate Poincare symmetry. To clarify this apparent contradiction, we study a holographic dual of massive gravity where both the physical background metric and the fiducial metric are AdS. Using the anomalous scaling of the energy momentum tensor as our guide, we conclude that the dual theory is nonlocal. We find that the dual is similar to conformal invariant "unparticle" theories. We show that such theories can be viewed as dimensional reductions of flat-space field theories with inhomogeneous scaling properties.
    Original languageUndefined
    Article number1509.03285
    JournalarXiv
    StatePublished - Sep 10 2015

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    • hep-th

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    Domokos, S. K., & Gabadadze, G. (2015). Unparticles as the holographic dual of gapped AdS gravity. arXiv, [1509.03285].

    Unparticles as the holographic dual of gapped AdS gravity. / Domokos, Sophia K.; Gabadadze, Gregory.

    In: arXiv, 10.09.2015.

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    Domokos SK, Gabadadze G. Unparticles as the holographic dual of gapped AdS gravity. arXiv. 2015 Sep 10. 1509.03285.
    Domokos, Sophia K. ; Gabadadze, Gregory. / Unparticles as the holographic dual of gapped AdS gravity. In: arXiv. 2015.
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