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Sib. Èlektron. Mat. Izv., 2009, Volume 6, Pages 272–311 (Mi semr68)  

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Filippov-Nambu $n$-algebras relevant to physics

N. G. Pletnev

Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Novosibirsk, Russia

Abstract: Gauge symmetry based on Lie algebra has a rather long history and it successfully describes electromagnetism, weak and strong interactions in the nature. Recently the Filippov–Nambu $3$-algebras have been in the focus of interest since they appear as gauge symmetries of new superconformal Chern–Simons non-Abelian theories in $2+1$ dimensions with the maximum allowed number of $\mathcal N=8$ linear supersymmetries. These theories explore the low energy dynamics of the microscopic degrees of freedom of coincident $\mathrm M2$ branes and constitute the boundary conformal field theories of the bulk $AdS_4\times S_7$ exact $11$-dimensional supergravity backgrounds of supermembranes. These mysterious new symmetries, the Filippov–Nambu $3$-algebras represent the implementation of non-associative algebras of coordinates of charged tensionless strings, the boundaries of open M2 branes in antisymmetric field magnetic backgrounds of $\mathrm M5$ branes in the $\mathrm M2$-$\mathrm M5$ system. A crucial input into this construction came from the study of the $\mathrm M2$-$\mathrm M5$ system in the Basu–Harvey's work where an equation describing the Bogomol'nyi–Prasad–Sommerfield (BPS) bound state of multiple $\mathrm M2$-branes ending on an $\mathrm M5$ was formulated. The Filippov–Nambu $3$-algebras are either operator or matrix representation of the classical Nambu symmetries of world volume preserving diffeomorphisms of $\mathrm M2$ branes. Indeed at the classical level the supermembrane Lagrangian, in the covariant formulation, has the world volume preserving diffeomorphisms symmetry $SDiff(M_{2+1})$. The Filippov–Nambu 3-algebras presumably correspond to the quantization of the rigid motions in this infinite dimensional group, which describe the low energy excitation spectrum of the $\mathrm M2$ branes. It emphasizes the Filippov–Nambu $n$-algebras as the mathematical framework for describing symmetry properties of classical and quantum mechanical systems.

Keywords: Filippov $n$-algebra, Nambu bracket, supersymmetry, super $p$-branes.

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Document Type: Article
UDC: 512.5
MSC: 13A99
Received July 8, 2009, published October 16, 2009
Language: English

Citation: N. G. Pletnev, “Filippov-Nambu $n$-algebras relevant to physics”, Sib. Èlektron. Mat. Izv., 6 (2009), 272–311

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