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Ferrara-Porrati-Sagnotti approach and the one-dimensional supersymmetric model with PBGS

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      We apply Ferrara-Porrati-Sagnotti approach to the case of one-dimensional supersymmetric model with N=2 supersymmetry spontaneously broken to the N=1 one. We explicitly demonstrate that only one superfield can be treated as the Goldstone one, while the second one has the meaning of the matter superfield. The general action for such a system is constructed and also two relevant particular cases are considered.

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      New Goldstone multiplet for partially broken supersymmetry

      The partial spontaneous breaking of rigid N=2 supersymmetry implies the existence of a massless N=1 Goldstone multiplet. In this paper we show that the spin-(1/2,1) Maxwell multiplet can play this role. We construct its full nonlinear transformation law and find the invariant Goldstone action. The spin-1 piece of the action turns out to be of Born-Infeld type, and the full superfield action is duality invariant. This leads us to conclude that the Goldstone multiplet can be associated with a D-brane solution of superstring theory for p=3. In addition, we find that N=1 chirality is preserved in the presence of the Goldstone-Maxwell multiplet. This allows us to couple it to N=1 chiral and gauge field multiplets. We find that arbitrary Kahler and superpotentials are consistent with partially broken N=2 supersymmetry.
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        1510.03778
        10.1088/1742-6596/670/1/012008

        High energy & Particle physics

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