%0 Journal Article
%A Burgess, C.P.
%A Filotas, E.
%A Klein, M.
%A Quevedo, F.
%T Low-energy brane-world effective actions and partial supersymmetry breaking
%B Journal of High Energy Physics
%D 2003
%V 7
%P 1003-1029
%N 10
%X As part of a programme for the general study of the low-energy implications
of supersymmetry breaking in brane-world scenarios, we study the
nonlinear realization of supersymmetry which occurs when breaking
N = 2 to N = 1 supergravity. We consider three explicit realizations
of this supersymmetry breaking pattern, which correspond to breaking
by one brane, by one antibrane or by two (or more) parallel branes.
We derive the minimal field content, the effective action and supersymmetry
transformation rules for the resulting N = 1 theory perturbatively
in powers of Îº = 1/M Planck. We show that the way the massive gravitino
and spin-1 fields assemble into N = 1 multiplets implies the existence
of direct brane-brane contact interactions at order ÎŸ(Îº). This
result is contrary to the ÎŸ(k 2) predicted by the sequestering scenario
but in agreement with recent work of Anisimov et al. Our low-energy
approach is model independent and is a first step towards determining
the low-energy implications of more realistic brane models which
completely break all supersymmetries. © SISSA/ISAS 2003.
%C Centre for Mathematical Sciences, DAMTP, University of Cambridge,
Cambridge CB3 0WA, United Kingdom
%2 Cited By (since 1996):3
Export Date: 14 February 2014
Source: Scopus
%K D-branes, Supersymmetry Breaking
%# Luc
%Z timestamp=(2014.02.14)
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%F BurgessFilotasKleinEtAl2003
%3 BibTeX type = ARTICLE