30 Oct 2008
We study novel type IIB compactifications on three-form flux in the RR tadpoles space-filling D3-branes to cancel the T^6/Z_2 orientifold. This geometry arises in the RR tadpoles. Here, we can find many examples with greatly reduced numbers of N=1 supersymmetry. Compact geometry breaking is also discussed. We study novel type I theory on T^6, and one cancels the T^6/Z_2 orientifold. We cancel the complete supersymmetric vacua with greatly reduced numbers of moduli in the RR tadpoles either partially or fully by turning on the compactifications.
This text was generated with the Gibberish Generator from the abstract of a scientific preprint at arxiv.org. After I read a post about Gibberish I wanted to try it myself, and it works! The name of the paper is Moduli Stabilization from Fluxes in a Simple IIB Orientifold and the original abstract sounds quite similar. Do you hear a big difference?
We study novel type IIB compactifications on the T^6/Z_2 orientifold. This geometry arises in the T-dual description of Type I theory on T^6, and one normally introduces 16 space-filling D3-branes to cancel the RR tadpoles. Here, we cancel the RR tadpoles either partially or fully by turning on three-form flux in the compact geometry. The resulting (super)potential for moduli is calculable. We demonstrate that one can find many examples of N=1 supersymmetric vacua with greatly reduced numbers of moduli in this system. A few examples with N>1 supersymmetry or complete supersymmetry breaking are also discussed.