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#### Planar plane-wave matrix theory at the four loop order

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Fischbacher, T., Klose, T., & Plefka, J. (2005). Planar plane-wave matrix theory
at the four loop order.* Journal of High Energy Physics,* *2005*(2):
039.

Cite as: https://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0013-4E87-B

##### Abstract

We study SU(N) plane-wave matrix theory up to fourth perturbative order in its large N planar limit. The effective Hamiltonian in the closed su(2) subsector of the model is explicitly computed through a specially tailored computer program to perform large scale distributed symbolic algebra and generation of planar graphs. The number of graphs here was in the deep billions.
The outcome of our computation establishes the four-loop integrability of the planar plane-wave matrix model. To elucidate the integrable structure we apply the recent technology of the perturbative asymptotic Bethe Ansatz to our model. The resulting S-matrix turns out to be structurally similar but nevertheless distinct to the so far considered long-range spin-chain S-matrices of Inozemtsev, Beisert-Dippel-Staudacher and Arutyunov-Frolov-Staudacher in the AdS/CFT context.
In particular our result displays a breakdown of BMN scaling at the four-loop order. That is, while there exists an appropriate identification of the matrix theory mass parameter with the coupling constant of the N=4 superconformal Yang-Mills theory which yields an eigth order lattice derivative for well seperated impurities (naively implying BMN scaling) the detailed impurity contact interactions ruin this scaling property at the four-loop order.
Moreover we study the issue of ``wrapping'' interactions, which show up for the first time at this loop-order through a Konishi descendant length four operator.