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Nov
26
accepted Modular invariance of CFT
Nov
25
comment Modular invariance of CFT
How could I phrase that in layman terms? XD Is it possible to explaine this to someone who's not directly involved in physics? Or not in this area?
Nov
25
asked Modular invariance of CFT
Nov
23
comment Question about exterior derivatives
I need to add it, I got it after looking a bit :D Thanks :)
Nov
23
accepted Question about exterior derivatives
Nov
23
revised Question about exterior derivatives
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Nov
22
comment Question about exterior derivatives
I will add an edit in my question, since equations won't end up good in comment :\
Nov
22
asked Question about exterior derivatives
Nov
19
comment What is the definition of integrability in the context of surface charges?
Oh, also have you read arxiv.org/pdf/hep-th/0111246v2.pdf ? Look at the definition in (6.44), there the integration is given for AdS${}_3$. Hope this helps :)
Nov
19
comment What is the definition of integrability in the context of surface charges?
Because if you have r in it, after putting $r\to\infty$ the expression will clearly diverge. That's mainly what I got from Kerr/CFT correspondence. (2/2)
Nov
19
comment What is the definition of integrability in the context of surface charges?
I know it's late, but from what I've understood while reading on the topic of asymptotic symmetry, when you calculate surface charges, they are the surface integrals that involve the 'superpotential' given in arxiv.org/abs/hep--th/0111246 (equation 1.6 and onward). The expression contains usually a covariant derivative, a vector and some boundary terms (boundary conditions). Integrability just means that your integral won't diverge. Usually you are looking at the asymptotics (say $r\to\infty$), and you want that your integral doesn't have r dependance after the calculation (1/2)
Nov
17
revised Asymptotic symmetry algebra
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Nov
14
comment Gravitational constant in higher dimensions?
This is a really nice answer, thank you :)
Nov
14
accepted Gravitational constant in higher dimensions?
Nov
14
answered Asymptotic symmetry algebra
Nov
14
comment Asymptotic symmetry algebra
I think I know what I've been doing wrong. When I solve this, I'll post the result in the answer. I deleted the answer, I'll post it soon.
Nov
14
revised The meaning of potential in Bohm-Aharonov experiment
Title was wrong
Nov
14
asked Gravitational constant in higher dimensions?
Nov
14
suggested suggested edit on The meaning of potential in Bohm-Aharonov experiment
Nov
5
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