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Relating field theories via stochastic quantization
Relating field theories via stochastic quantization,10.1016/j.nuclphysb.2009.07.018,Nuclear Physics B,Robbert Dijkgraaf,Domenico Orlando,Susanne Reffe
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Robbert Dijkgraaf
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Domenico Orlando
,
Susanne Reffert
This note aims to subsume several apparently unrelated models under a common framework. Several examples of wellknown quantum field theories are listed which are connected via stochastic quantization. We highlight the fact that the quantization method used to obtain the quantum crystal is a discrete analog of stochastic quantization. This model is of interest for string theory, since the (classical) melting crystal corner is related to the topological Amodel. We outline several ideas for interpreting the quantum crystal on the
string theory
side of the correspondence, exploring interpretations in the Wheeler–De Witt framework and in terms of a nonLorentz invariant limit of topological Mtheory.
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Nuclear Physics B  NUCL PHYS B
, vol. 824, no. 3, pp. 365386, 2010
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10.1016/j.nuclphysb.2009.07.018
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