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Conformal Higher Spin Symmetries of 4d Massless Supermultiplets and $osp(L,2M)$ Invariant Equations in Generalized (Super)Space
M.A. Vasiliev ;
Date 17 Jun 2001
Journal Phys.Rev. D66 (2002) 066006
Subject hep-th
AbstractRealization of the conformal higher spin symmetry on the 4d massless field supermultiplets is given. The self-conjugated supermultiplets, including the linearized ${cal N}=4$ SYM theory, are considered in some detail. Duality between non-unitary field-theoretical representations and the unitary doubleton--type representations of the 4d conformal algebra $su(2,2)$ is formulated in terms of a Bogolyubov transform. The set of 4d massless fields of all spins is shown to form a representation of $sp(8)$. The obtained results are extended to the generalized superspace invariant under $osp(L, 2M)$ supersymmetries. World line particle interpretation of the free higher spin theories in the $osp(2N, 2M)$ invariant (super)space is given. Compatible with unitarity free equations of motion in the $osp(L,2M)$ invariant (super)space are formulated. A conjecture on the chain of $AdS_{d+1}/CFT_d o AdS_{d}/CFT_{d-1} o ...$ dualities in the higher spin gauge theories is proposed.
Source arXiv, hep-th/0106149
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