black hole spacetimes | vanishing angular momentum | positive angular momentum |
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vanishing charge | Schwarzschild spacetime | Kerr spacetime |
positive charge | Reissner-Nordstrom spacetime | Kerr-Newman spacetime |
The Randall-Sumdrum model (Randall-Sundrum 99a, 99b) is a class of string theory inspired models in combined cosmology and particle physics, which assume that the observable universe constitutes the asymptotic boundary of an ambient anti de Sitter spacetime: the force of gravity would pertain to the full anti de sitter “bulk” spacetime, but the gauge fields and fermion matter fields would be constrained to reside on that boundary, as would hence be all observations made via electromagnetic radiation by observers inside this cosmology.
Hence the extra bulk dimensions in these models need not be small (technically: the fiber spaces need not be compact topological spaces with tiny Riemannian volume) in order to be unobservable for observers. This is in contrast to the (historically much older) Kaluza-Klein compactification models for physics with extra dimensions. Therefore Randall-Sumdrum-like models are also referred to as large extra dimension models.
One original motivation for the RS-models was the idea that this setup could address the hierarchy problem.
Something at least close to Randall-Sundrum models naturally appears in string phenomenology: In intersecting D-brane models the standard model of particle physics is part of the worldvolume quantum field theory of D6-branes intersected to a 3+1-dimensional subspace. By the general lore of black holes in string theory, non-perturbatively these D6-branes are black branes with anti de Sitter near horizon geometry. Hence the cosmology of intersecting D-brane models is qualitatively of Randall-Sundrum form, even if details may differ. For the quick idea see Teraguchi 07, around slide 21, for review and further pointers see Uranga 02, section 18.
For more on this see at intersecting D-brane models the section Cosmology and Holography.
The model was introduced in
Lisa Randall, Raman Sundrum, A Large Mass Hierarchy from a Small Extra Dimension, Phys.Rev.Lett.83:3370-3373, 1999 (arXiv:hep-ph/9905221)
Lisa Randall, Raman Sundrum, An Alternative to Compactification, Phys.Rev.Lett.83:4690-4693,1999 (arXiv:hep-th/9906064)
Different but similar approaches are
and the GRS model, due to
Ruth Gregory, Valery A. Rubakov, Sergei M. Sibiryakov, Opening up extra dimensions at ultra-large scales, Phys.Rev.Lett. 84 (2000) 5928-5931 (arXiv:hep-th/0002072)
Csaba Csaki, Joshua Erlich, Timothy J. Hollowood, Quasi-Localization of Gravity by Resonant Modes, Phys. Rev. Lett.84:5932-5935, 2000 (arXiv:hep-th/0002161)
a well as intersecting D-brane models.
Review includes
Discussion of relation to string theory originates around
Edward Witten, from p. 8 on in The Cosmological Constant From The Viewpoint Of String Theory, in Sources and detection of dark matter and dark energy in the universe, Springer 2001. 27-36. (arXiv:hep-ph/0002297)
Steven Giddings, Shamit Kachru, Joseph Polchinski, Hierarchies from Fluxes in String Compactifications, Phys. Rev. D66:106006, 2002 (arXiv:hep-th/0105097)
Review of the relation to string theory/intersecting D-brane models includes
Angel Uranga, section 18 of TASI lectures on String Compactification, Model Building, and Fluxes (arXiv:hep-th/0201209)
Shunsuke Teraguchi, around slide 21 String theory and its relation to particle physics, 2007 (pdf)
based on
Igor Klebanov, Matthew Strassler, Supergravity and a Confining Gauge Theory: Duality Cascades and $\chi^{SB}$-Resolution of Naked Singularities, JHEP 0008:052, 2000 (arXiv:hep-th/0007191)
Igor Klebanov, Edward Witten, Superconformal Field Theory on Threebranes at a Calabi-Yau Singularity, Nucl.Phys.B536:199-218, 1998 (arXiv:hep-th/9807080)
with further developments including
Nemanja Kaloper, Origami World, JHEP 0405 (2004) 061 (arXiv:hep-th/0403208)
Antonino Flachi, Masato Minamitsuji, Field localization on a brane intersection in anti-de Sitter spacetime, Phys.Rev.D79:104021, 2009 (arXiv:0903.0133)
Relation to AdS-CFT duality:
Relation to flavour anomalies via potential leptoquarks:
Andreas Crivellin, Explaining the Flavour Anomalies with the Pati-Salam Vector Leptoquark, PoS LHCP2018 (2018) 269 (spire:1713260, doi:10.22323/1.321.0269)
Monika Blanke, Andreas Crivellin, $B$ Meson Anomalies in a Pati-Salam Model within the Randall-Sundrum Background, Phys. Rev. Lett. 121, 011801 (2018) (arXiv:1801.07256)
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