### Abstract

We search for a bosonic (nonsupersymmetric) string/gauge theory correspondence by using the ten-dimensional IIB and 0B strings as a guide. Our construction is based on the low-energy bosonic string effective action modified by an extra form flux. We prove that the closed string tachyon can be stabilized in this context, when the AdS scale L does not exceed a certain critical value, L < Lc. The extra form may be nonperturbatively generated as a soliton from 3-string junctions, similarly to the known nonperturbative (Jackiw-Rebbi-'t Hooft-Hasenfratz) mechanism in gauge theories, as was recently argued by David, Minwalla and Núñez. We find a stable AdS _{13} × S^{13} solution that implies the existence of a 12-dimensional AdS-boundary conformal field theory with the SO(14) global symmetry in the large N 't Hooft limit, which is similar to the recently proposed bosonic M-theory of Horowitz and Susskind. Taking the proposed bosonic AdS/CFT correspondence for granted, we generalize it to finite temperature. The corresponding "glueball" masses in higher space-time dimensions are calculated from the dilaton wave equation in the AdS black hole background.

Original language | English |
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Pages (from-to) | 4233-4249 |

Number of pages | 17 |

Journal | International Journal of Modern Physics A |

Volume | 18 |

Issue number | 23 |

DOIs | |

Publication status | Published - 20 Sep 2003 |

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### Keywords

- Compactification
- Conformal field theory
- String theory

### ASJC Scopus subject areas

- Physics and Astronomy(all)
- Mathematical Physics
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics

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*International Journal of Modern Physics A*,

*18*(23), 4233-4249. https://doi.org/10.1142/S0217751X03016148

**Engineering a bosonic AdS/CFT correspondence.** / Ketov, Sergei V.; Leonhardt, Thorsten; Rühl, Werner.

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*International Journal of Modern Physics A*, vol. 18, no. 23, pp. 4233-4249. https://doi.org/10.1142/S0217751X03016148

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T1 - Engineering a bosonic AdS/CFT correspondence

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N2 - We search for a bosonic (nonsupersymmetric) string/gauge theory correspondence by using the ten-dimensional IIB and 0B strings as a guide. Our construction is based on the low-energy bosonic string effective action modified by an extra form flux. We prove that the closed string tachyon can be stabilized in this context, when the AdS scale L does not exceed a certain critical value, L < Lc. The extra form may be nonperturbatively generated as a soliton from 3-string junctions, similarly to the known nonperturbative (Jackiw-Rebbi-'t Hooft-Hasenfratz) mechanism in gauge theories, as was recently argued by David, Minwalla and Núñez. We find a stable AdS 13 × S13 solution that implies the existence of a 12-dimensional AdS-boundary conformal field theory with the SO(14) global symmetry in the large N 't Hooft limit, which is similar to the recently proposed bosonic M-theory of Horowitz and Susskind. Taking the proposed bosonic AdS/CFT correspondence for granted, we generalize it to finite temperature. The corresponding "glueball" masses in higher space-time dimensions are calculated from the dilaton wave equation in the AdS black hole background.

AB - We search for a bosonic (nonsupersymmetric) string/gauge theory correspondence by using the ten-dimensional IIB and 0B strings as a guide. Our construction is based on the low-energy bosonic string effective action modified by an extra form flux. We prove that the closed string tachyon can be stabilized in this context, when the AdS scale L does not exceed a certain critical value, L < Lc. The extra form may be nonperturbatively generated as a soliton from 3-string junctions, similarly to the known nonperturbative (Jackiw-Rebbi-'t Hooft-Hasenfratz) mechanism in gauge theories, as was recently argued by David, Minwalla and Núñez. We find a stable AdS 13 × S13 solution that implies the existence of a 12-dimensional AdS-boundary conformal field theory with the SO(14) global symmetry in the large N 't Hooft limit, which is similar to the recently proposed bosonic M-theory of Horowitz and Susskind. Taking the proposed bosonic AdS/CFT correspondence for granted, we generalize it to finite temperature. The corresponding "glueball" masses in higher space-time dimensions are calculated from the dilaton wave equation in the AdS black hole background.

KW - Compactification

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