## Resumen

The conformal algebra in 2D (Diff(S^{1})⨁Diff(S^{1})) is shown to be preserved under a nonlinear map that mixes both chiral (holomorphic) generators T and T¯. It depends on a single real parameter and it can be regarded as a “nonlinear SO(1, 1) automorphism.” The map preserves the form of the momentum density and naturally induces a flow on the energy density by a marginal TT¯ deformation. In turn, the general solution of the corresponding flow equation of the deformed action can be analytically solved in closed form, recovering the nonlinear automorphism. The deformed CFT_{2} can also be described through the original theory on a field-dependent curved metric whose lapse and shift functions are given by the variation of the deformed Hamiltonian with respect to the energy and momentum densities, respectively. The conformal symmetries of the deformed theories can then also be seen to arise from diffeomorphisms that fulfill suitably deformed conformal Killing equations. Besides, Cardy formula is shown to map to itself under the nonlinear automorphism. As a simple example, the deformation of N free bosons is briefly addressed, making contact with recent related results and the dimensional reduction of the ModMax theory. Furthermore, the nonlinear map between the conformal algebra in 2D and its ultra/non-relativistic versions (BMS_{3}≈CCA_{2}≈GCA_{2}), including the corresponding finite TT¯ deformation, are recovered from a limiting case of the nonlinear automorphism. The extension to a three-parameter nonlinear ISO(1, 1) automorphism of the conformal algebra, and a discrete nonlinear automorphism of BMS_{3} are also briefly discussed.

Idioma original | Inglés |
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Número de artículo | 129 |

Publicación | Journal of High Energy Physics |

Volumen | 2022 |

N.º | 12 |

DOI | |

Estado | Publicada - 2022 |

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## Áreas temáticas de ASJC Scopus

- Física nuclear y de alta energía