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Non-abelian T-folds

by Mark Bugden




Journal of High Energy Physics, Issue 3, article id. 189, 19 pp.


We discuss the conditions under which non-abelian T-duality can be considered as a chain of abelian T-dualities. Motivated by these results, we propose that the topology of a non-abelian T-dual should be phrased in the language of T-folds, and give the explicit O(d, d) transformations which can be used to glue the dual space.


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Mark has a background in mathematics and physics, completing his PhD in String Theory and higher-dimensional black holes (Australian National University, Canberra). During postdocs in the Czech Republic (Charles University, Prague) and Germany (Max Planck Institute, Konstanz), he developed an interest in, and experience with, neural networks and machine learning. At dida he works as a Machine Learning Scientist, bridging the gap between theoretical and practical.