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Physics Letters B
We point out some subtleties with gauge fixings (which sometimes include the so-called "brane bending" effects) typically used to compute the graviton propagator on the Randall-Sundrum brane. In particular, the brane, which has non-vanishing tension, explicitly breaks some part of the diffeomorphisms, so that there are subtleties arising in going to, say, the axial gauge or the harmonic gauge in the presence of (non-conformal) matter localized on the brane. We therefore compute the gravitondoi:10.1016/s0370-2693(00)01348-4 fatcat:urzzcqfbhrgjfonhbt53fctvrq