SU(1, 1|N) superconformal mechanics with fermionic gauge symmetry

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Abstract

We study superpaticle models with fermionic gauge symmetry on the coset spaces of the SU(1, 1|N) supergroup. We first construct SU(1, 1|N) supersymmetric extension of a particle on AdS2 possessing the κ-symmetry. Including angular degrees of freedom and extending this model to a superparticle on the AdS2 × ℂℙN − 1 background with two-form flux, one breaks the κ-symmetry down to a fermionic gauge symmetry with one parameter. A link of the background field configuration to the near horizon black hole geometries is discussed.

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Superspaces Gauge Symmetry Black Holes 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of PhysicsTomsk Polytechnic UniversityTomskRussia

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