Nongeometric fluxes in higher dimensions: II
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Mathematics and Applications of Branes in String and Mtheory
It has been shown that nongeometric fluxes appear in tendimensional supergravity by performing a field redefinition. Following a similar strategy in double field theory surprisingly allows for a geometric interpretation of these fluxes. More precisely, the Qflux appears as part of a dual curvature scalar, reminiscent of the geometric flux f. The Rflux turns out to be a tensor and appears in the same way as the usual Hflux does. Solving the strong constraint connects this formalism to the tendimensional approach. Furthermore, some recent lifts of fourdimensional gauged supergravity to double field theory can be matched.
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