N = (4,4) Supersymmetry and T-Duality
AbstractA sigma model with four-dimensional target space parametrized by chiral and twisted chiral N =(2,2) superfields can be extended to N =(4,4) supersymmetry off-shell, but this is not true for a model of semichiral fields, where the N = (4,4) supersymmetry can only be realized on-shell. The two models can be related to each other by T-duality. In this paper we perform a duality transformation from a chiral and twisted chiral model with off-shell N = (4,4) supersymmetry to a semichiral model. We find that additional non-linear terms must be added to the original transformations to obtain a semichiral model with N =(4,4) supersymmetry, and that the algebra closes on-shell as a direct consequence of the T-duality. View Full-Text
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Göteman, M. N = (4,4) Supersymmetry and T-Duality. Symmetry 2012, 4, 603-625.
Göteman M. N = (4,4) Supersymmetry and T-Duality. Symmetry. 2012; 4(4):603-625.Chicago/Turabian Style
Göteman, Malin. 2012. "N = (4,4) Supersymmetry and T-Duality." Symmetry 4, no. 4: 603-625.