Super Weyl anomalies in the AdS/CFT correspondence

Nishimura M, Tanii Y (1999)
International Journal of Modern Physics A 14(23): 3731-3743.

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Anomalies of N = (4,4) superconformal field theories coupled to a conformal supergravity background in two dimensions are computed by using the AdS/CFT correspondence. We find that Weyl, axial gauge and super Weyl transformations are anomalous, while general coordinate, local Lorentz;, vector gauge and local supertransformations are not. The coefficients of the anomalies show that the superconformal field theories have the central charge expected in the AdS/CFT correspondence.
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Nishimura M, Tanii Y. Super Weyl anomalies in the AdS/CFT correspondence. International Journal of Modern Physics A. 1999;14(23):3731-3743.
Nishimura, M., & Tanii, Y. (1999). Super Weyl anomalies in the AdS/CFT correspondence. International Journal of Modern Physics A, 14(23), 3731-3743.
Nishimura, M., and Tanii, Y. (1999). Super Weyl anomalies in the AdS/CFT correspondence. International Journal of Modern Physics A 14, 3731-3743.
Nishimura, M., & Tanii, Y., 1999. Super Weyl anomalies in the AdS/CFT correspondence. International Journal of Modern Physics A, 14(23), p 3731-3743.
M. Nishimura and Y. Tanii, “Super Weyl anomalies in the AdS/CFT correspondence”, International Journal of Modern Physics A, vol. 14, 1999, pp. 3731-3743.
Nishimura, M., Tanii, Y.: Super Weyl anomalies in the AdS/CFT correspondence. International Journal of Modern Physics A. 14, 3731-3743 (1999).
Nishimura, Madoka, and Tanii, Y. “Super Weyl anomalies in the AdS/CFT correspondence”. International Journal of Modern Physics A 14.23 (1999): 3731-3743.
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