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The Omega-Infinity Limit of Single Spikes
  OKC/Nordita High-Energy Physics Theory seminar

Monday 08 February 2016
from 13:15 to 14:15
at 122:026
Speaker : Georgios Linardopoulos (NCSR "Demokritos" and U. of Athens)
Abstract : A new infinite-size limit of strings in RxS2 is presented. The limit is obtained from single spike strings by letting their angular velocity omega become infinite. We derive the energy-momenta relation of omega-infinity single spikes as their linear velocity v-->1 and their angular momentum J-->1. Generally, the v-->1, J-->1 limit of single spikes is singular and has to be excluded from the spectrum and be studied separately. We discover that the dispersion relation of omega-infinity single spikes contains logarithms in the limit J-->1. This result is somewhat unexpected, since the logarithmic behavior in the string spectra is typically associated with their motion in non-compact spaces such as AdS.

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