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Is there a systematic procedure for obtaining a deconfined theory from an s-confining theory (as defined in hep-th/9610139 for example)?

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What are you allowed to do? Are you only allowed to vary moduli, or can you fiddle with parameters and introduce new matter? – Ron Maimon May 18 '12 at 0:13

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