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Treatment of boundary terms when applying the variational principle
One of the main sources of subtlety in the AdS/CFT correspondence is the role played by boundary terms in the action. For example, for a scalar field in AdS there is range of masses just above the ...
Feb 3 '11 at 22:54
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