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D=5 Yang-Mills theory

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Idea

Yang-Mills theory on spacetimes of dimension D=5D=5.

For U(1)-gauge group this reduces to D=5 Maxwell theory. Under KK-compactification this becomes massive Yang-Mills theory in 4 dimensions. Under supersymmetrization it becomes D=5 super Yang-Mills theory.

Properties

Hadrons as KK-modes of 5d Yang-Mills theory

On Skyrmions in 4d as holographic/KK-theoretic reduction of instantons in D=5 Yang-Mills theory:

Skyrmions in 4 dimensional spacetime, with vector meson-contributiuons included, are the holographic/KK-theory reduction of instantons in D=5 Yang-Mills theory (Sakai-Sugimoto 04, Section 5.2, Sakai-Sugimoto 05, Section 3.3, reviewed in Sugimoto 16, Section 15.3.4, Bartolini 17, Section 2.

This phenomenon is essentially the theorem of Atiyah-Manton 89, this is highlighted and developed in Sutcliffe 10, Sutcliffe 15.

In this way Skyrmions (and hence baryons and atomic nuclei, see below) appear in the Witten-Sakai-Sugimoto model, which realizes (something close to) non-perturbative QCD as a D4/D8-intersecting D-brane model described by the AdS-QCD correspondence (“holographic QCD”).

This already produces baryon mass spectra with moderate quantitative agreement with experiment (HSSY 07):

graphics from Sugimoto 16

This way, via the equivalence between D4-D8-brane intersections with instantons in the D8-brane-worldvolume, the Skyrme model becomes equivalent to a model of baryons by wrapped D4-branes (Sugimoto 16, 15.4.1):

graphics grabbed from Sugimoto 16

References

General

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Hadrons as KK-modes of 5d Yang-Mills theory

The suggestion that the tower of observed vector mesons, when regarded as gauge fields of hidden local symmetries of chiral perturbation theory, is reasonably modeled as a Kaluza-Klein tower of D=5 Yang-Mills theory:

That the pure pion-Skyrmion-model of baryons is approximately the KK-reduction of instantons in D=5 Yang-Mills theory is already due to

with a hyperbolic space-variant in

The observation that the result of Atiyah-Manton 89 becomes an exact Kaluza-Klein construction of Skyrmions/baryons from D=5 instantons when the full KK-tower of vector mesons as in Son-Stephanov 03 is included into the Skyrmion model (see also there) is due to

In the Sakai-Sugimoto model of holographic QCD the D=5 Yang-Mills theory of this hadron Kaluza-Klein theory is identified with the worldvolume-theory of D8-flavour branes intersected with D4-branes in an intersecting D-brane model:

Extensive review of this holographic/KK-theoretic-realization of quantum hadrodynamics from D=5 Yang-Mills theory is in:

Via the realization of D4/D8 brane bound states as instantons in the D8-brane worldvolume-theory (see there and there), this relates also to the model of baryons as wrapped D4-branes, originally due to

and further developed in the nuclear matrix model:

More on baryons in the Sakai-Sugimoto model of holographic QCD:

More on mesons in holographic QCD:

  • Daniel Ávila, Leonardo Patiño, Melting holographic mesons by cooling a magnetized quark gluon plasma (arXiv:2002.02470)

  • Xuanmin Cao, Hui Liu, Danning Li, Pion quasiparticles and QCD phase transitions at finite temperature and isospin density from holography, Phys. Rev. D 102, 126014 (2020) (arXiv:2009.00289)

  • Xuanmin Cao, Songyu Qiu, Hui Liu, Danning Li, Thermal properties of light mesons from holography (arXiv:2102.10946)

  • Artur Amorim, Miguel S. Costa, Matti Järvinen, Regge theory in a Holographic dual of QCD in the Veneziano Limit (arXiv:2102.11296)

  • R. da Rocha, Information in AdS/QCD: mass spectroscopy of isovector mesons (arXiv:2103.03924)

  • Shahin Mamedov, Narmin Nasibova, Temperature dependence of ρ\rho meson-nucleon coupling constant from the soft-wall model (arXiv:2103.10494)

An alternative scenario of derivation of 4d Skyrmions by KK-compactification of D=5 Yang-Mills theory, now on a closed interval, motivated by M5-branes instead of by D4/D8-brane intersections as in the Sakai-Sugimoto model, is discussed in:

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