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N=(0, 2) Deformation of (2, 2) Sigma Models: Geometric Structure, Holomorphic Anomaly and Exact Beta Functions
(University of Minesota & IHÉS)
Centre de conférences Marilyn et James Simons (IHES)
Centre de conférences Marilyn et James Simons
Le Bois Marie
35, route de Chartres
We study N=(0,2) deformed (2,2) two-dimensional sigma models. Such heterotic models were discovered previously on the world sheet of non-Abelian strings supported by certain four-dimensional N=1 theories. We study geometric aspects and holomorphic properties of these models, and derive a number of exact expressions for the beta functions in terms of the anomalous dimensions analogous to the NSVZ beta function in four-dimensional Yang-Mills. Instanton calculus provides a straightforward method for the derivation.
We prove that despite the chiral nature of the model anomalies in the isometry currents do not appear for CP(N-1) at any N. This is in contradistinction with the minimal heterotic model (with no right-moving fermions) which is anomaly-free only for N=2, i.e. in CP(1). We also consider the N=(0,2) supercurrent supermultiplet (the so-called hypercurrent) and its anomalies, as well as the "Konishi anomaly." This gives us another method for finding exact β functions.
A clear–cut parallel between N=1 4D Yang-Mills and N=(0,2) 2D sigma models is revealed.