A computer test of holographic flavour dynamics. Part II
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We study the second derivative of the free energy with respect to the fundamental mass (the mass susceptibility) for the Berkooz-Douglas model as a function of temperature and at zero mass. The model is believed to be holographically dual to a D0/D4 intersection. We perform a lattice simulation of the system at finite temperature and find excellent agreement with predictions from the gravity dual.
KeywordsAdS-CFT Correspondence D-branes Lattice Quantum Field Theory M(atrix) Theories
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