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Journal of High Energy Physics

, Volume 2017, Issue 6, pp 1–72

First Online: 13 June 2017Received: 04 April 2017Accepted: 01 May 2017DOI: 10.1007-JHEP062017064

Cite this article as: Chiodaroli, M., Günaydin, M., Johansson, H. et al. J. High Energ. Phys. 2017 2017: 1. doi:10.1007-JHEP062017064 Abstract

Color-kinematics duality and the double-copy construction have proved to be systematic tools for gaining new insight into gravitational theories. Extending our earlier work, in this paper we introduce new double-copy constructions for large classes of spontaneously-broken Yang-Mills-Einstein theories with adjoint Higgs fields. One gauge-theory copy entering the construction is a spontaneously-broken super-Yang-Mills theory, while the other copy is a bosonic Yang-Mills-scalar theory with trilinear scalar interactions that display an explicitly-broken global symmetry. We show that the kinematic numerators of these gauge theories can be made to obey color-kinematics duality by exhibiting particular additional Lie-algebraic relations. We discuss in detail explicit examples with \ \mathcal{N}=2 \ supersymmetry, focusing on Yang-Mills-Einstein supergravity theories belonging to the generic Jordan family in four and five dimensions, and identify the map between the supergravity and double-copy fields and parameters. We also briefly discuss the application of our results to \ \mathcal{N}=4 \ supergravity theories. The constructions are illustrated by explicit examples of tree-level and one-loop scattering amplitudes.

KeywordsExtended Supersymmetry Higgs Physics Scattering Amplitudes Supergravity Models ArXiv ePrint: 1511.01740

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Autor: Marco Chiodaroli - Murat Günaydin - Henrik Johansson - Radu Roiban

Fuente: https://link.springer.com/


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