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started a bare minimum at Poisson-Lie T-duality, for the moment just so as to have a place to record the two original references
added more references, in particular Ossa-Quevedo 92, which is maybe the first one.
Made “nonabelian T-duality” a redirect
Are you looking at this with regard to Higher T-duality? Any interest in higher non-abelian T-duality for, say, $String(G)$?
Yes and no: The question in the background was whether the “geometric” complement of “topological” 3-spherical T-duality could be Poisson-Lie T-duality for isometry group $SU(2)$. I still don’t know on the math side. But at least the physics contexts do not match: The Poisson-Lie T-duality is based on string sigma-models, while the realization of spherical T-duality that we found replaces strings by 5-branes.
added pointer to Fraser-Manolopoulos-Sfetsos 18
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added the following warning, based on discussion we had at the meeting String and M-theory, Singapre 2018. I am not aware of any written reference that would make this statement, but if anyone has one, it should be added.
It has been proven that these generalized T-dualities are are/induce equivalences of the corresponding string sigma-models at the level of classical field theory. However it seems to be open, and in fact questionable, that away from standard T-duality this yields an equivalence at the level of worldsheet quantum field theories, hence it is open whether Poisson-Lie/non-abelian T-duality is really a duality operation on perturbative string theory vacua.
added pointer to today’s discussion of nonabelian T-folds in
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