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Title:D-Branes [electronic resource]
Author(s): Clifford V. Johnson
Date:2003
Publisher:Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
Size:1 online resource (576 p.)
Contents:Overview and overture -- Relativistic strings -- A closer look at the world-sheet -- Strings on circles and T-duality -- Background fields and world-volume actions -- D-branes tension and boundary states -- Supersymmetric strings -- Supersymmetric strings and T-duality -- World-volume curvature couplings -- The geometry of D-branes -- Multiple D-branes and bound states -- Strong coupling and string duality -- D-branes and geometry I -- K3 orientifolds and compactification -- D-branes and geometry II -- Towards M- and F-theory -- D-branes and black holes -- D-branes, gravity and gauge theory -- The holographic renormalisation group -- Taking stock.
ISBN:9780521809122
Series:Cambridge Books Online
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Keywords: D-branes.
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Title:Introduction to Supergravity [electronic resource]
Author(s): Yoshiaki Tanii
Date:2014
Publisher:Tokyo : Springer Japan : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
Note:This book is a pedagogical introduction to supergravity, a gravitational field theory that includes supersymmetry (symmetry between bosons and fermions) and is a generalization of Einstein's general relativity. Supergravityprovides a low-energy effec tive theory of superstring theory, which has attracted much attention as a candidate for the unified theory of fundamental particles, and it is a useful tool for studying non-perturbative properties ofsuperstring theory such as D-branes and string duality . This work considers classical supergravities in four and higher spacetime dimensions with their applications to superstring theory in mind. More concretely, it discusses classicalLagrangians (or field equations) and symmetry properties of supergravities . Besides local symmetries, supergravities often have global non-compact symmetries, which play a crucial role in their applications to superstring theory. Oneof the main features of this book is its detailed discussion of these non-compact symmetries. Th e aim of the book is twofold. One is to explain the basic ideas of supergravity to those who are not familiar with it. Toward that end, thediscussions are made both pedagogical and concrete by stating equations explicitly. The other is to collect relevant formulae in one place so as to be useful for applications to string theory. The subjects discussed in this bookinclude the vielbein formulation of gravity, supergravities in four dimensions, possible types of spinors in various dimensions, superalgebras and supermultiplets, non-linear sigma models for non-compact Lie groups, electric-magneticduality symmetries, supergravities in higher dimensions, dimensional reductions, and gauged and massive supergravities
ISBN:9784431548287
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Series:SpringerBriefs in Mathematical Physics, 2197-1757 : v1
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Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematical physics
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Title:Basic Concepts of String Theory [electronic resource]
Author(s): Ralph Blumenhagen
Dieter Lst
Stefan Theisen
Date:2013
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer
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Note:The purpose of this book is to thoroughly prepare the reader for research in string theory. It is intendedas a textbook in the sense that, starting from the basics, the material is presented in a pedagogical andself-containedfashion. The emphasis is on the world-sheet perspective of closed strings and of open strings ending on D-branes, where two-dimensional conformal field theory is the main tool.Compactifications of string theory, with and withoutfluxes, and string dualities are also discussed from the space-timepoint of view, i.e. in geometric language. End-of-chapter references have been added to guide the reader intending to pursue furtherstudies or to start research inthe topics covered by this book
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Contents:The Classical Bosonic String
The Quantized Bosonic String
Introduction to Conformal Field Theory
Parametrization Ghosts and BRST Quantization
String Perturbation Theory and One
Loop Amplitudes
The Classical Fermionic String
The Quantized Fermionic String
Superstrings
Toroidal Compactifications 10
Dimensional Heterotic String
Conformal Field Theory II: Lattices and Kac
Moody Algebras
Conformal Field Theory III: Superconformal Field Theory
Covariant Vertex Operators, BRST and Covariant Lattices
String Compactifications
CFTs for Type II and Heterotic Str
ISBN:9783642294976
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Keywords: Quantum theory , Mathematical physics
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Title:D-Brane [electronic resource] : Superstrings and New Perspective of Our World
Author(s): Koji Hashimoto
Date:2012
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource
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Note:Superstring theory is a promising theory which can potentiallyunify all the forces and the matters in particle physics. A new multi-dimensional object which is called D-brane was found. It drastically changed ourperspective of a unified world. We may live on membrane-like hypersurfaces in higher dimensions (braneworld scenario), or we can create blackholes at particle accelarators, or the dynamics of quarks is shown to be equivalent to thehigher dimensional gravity theory. All these scenarios are exp lained in this book with plain words but with little use of equations and with many figures. The book starts with a summary of long-standing problems in elementary particlephysics and explains the D-branes and many applications of them. It ends with futur e roads for a unified ultimate theory of our world.
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Contents:Particles, Superstrings, and D
Branes
Solitons and Particle Physics
Dimensions of Solitons, Dimensions of Superstring Theory
D
Branes
Dynamics of D
Branes
Braneworld (Application 1)
Inflationary Cosmology in Higher Dimensions (Application 2)
Entropy of Blackholes (Application 3)
Holgraphy and QCD (Application 4)
Toward Description of Ultimate Theory
ISBN:9783642235740
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Keywords: Quantum theory
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Title:Operators, Geometry and Quanta [electronic resource] : Methods of Spectral Geometry in Quantum Field Theory
Author(s): Dmitri Fursaev
Dmitri Vassilevich
Date:2011
Publisher:Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This book gives a detailed and self-contained introduction into the theory of spectral functions, with an emphasis on their applications to quantum field theory. All methods are illustrated with applications to specific physicalproblems from the fore front of current research, such as finite-temperature field theory, D-branes, quantum solitons and noncommutativity. In the first part of the book, necessary background information on differential geometry andquantization, including less standard material , is collected. The second part of the book contains a detailed description of main spectral functions and methods of their calculation. In the third part, the theory is applied to severalexamples (D-branes, quantum solitons, anomalies, noncommutativity). More than hundred exercises together with their solutions are included.This book addresses advanced graduate students and researchers in mathematical physics and inneighbouring areaswith basic knowledge of quantum field theory and differential geometry. The aim is to prepare readers to use spectral functions in their own research, in particular in relation to heat kernels and zeta functions
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Contents:1 Preface
2 Notation Index I The Basics: 3 Geometrical Background
4 Quantum fields II Spectral geometry: 5 Operators and their spectra
6 Spectral functions
7 Non
linear spectral problems
8 Anomalies and Index Theorem III Applications: 9 Effective action
10 Anomalies in quantum field theories
11 Vacuum energy
12 Open strings and Born
Infeld action
13 Noncommutative geometry and field theory IV Problem solving: 14 Solutions to exercises
ISBN:9789400702059
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Keywords: Global analysis , Mathematical physics
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Title:Intersection Spaces, Spatial Homology Truncation, and String Theory [electronic resource]
Author(s): Markus Banagl
Date:2010
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:Intersection cohomology assigns groups which satisfy a generalized form of Poincar duality over the rationals to a stratified singular space. The present monograph introduces a method that assigns to certain classes ofstratified spaces cell complexes , called intersection spaces, whose ordinary rational homology satisfies generalized Poincar duality. The cornerstone of the method is a process of spatial homology truncation, whose functorialityproperties are analyzed in detail. The material on truncati on is autonomous and may be of independent interest to homotopy theorists. The cohomology of intersection spaces is not isomorphic to intersection cohomology and possessesalgebraic features such as perversity-internal cup-products and cohomology operation s that are not generally available for intersection cohomology. A mirror-symmetric interpretation, as well as applications to string theory concerningmassless D-branes arising in type IIB theory during a Calabi-Yau conifold transition, are discussed
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ISBN:9783642125898
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Series:Lecture Notes in Mathematics, 0075-8434 : v1997
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Keywords: Mathematics , Geometry, algebraic , Topology , Algebraic topology , Cell aggregation Mathematics , Mathematical physics
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Title:Unity from Duality: Gravity, Gauge Theory and Strings Les Houches Session LXXVI, 30 July–31 August 2001
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (664 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-36245-2
Contents:Supergravity -- Supersymmetric Gauge Theories -- An Introduction to Duality Symmetries in String Theory -- Les Houches Lectures on Large N Field Theories and Gravity -- D-branes on the Conifold and N = 1 Gauge/Gravity Dualities -- De
Sitter Space -- String Compactification with N = 1 Supersymmetry -- Lectures on Open Strings, and Noncommutative Gauge Theories -- Condensates near the Argyres-Douglas Point in SU(2) Gauge Theory with Broken N = 2 Supersymmetry --
Quantum Field Theory with Extra Dimensions -- Special Holonomy Spaces and M-Theory -- Four Dimensional Non-Critical Strings -- U-Opportunities: Why is Ten Equal to Ten? -- Exact Answers to Approximate Questions — Noncommutative
dipoles, Open Wilson Lines and UV-IR Duality -- Open-String Models With Broken Supersymmetry -- On A Field Theory of Open Strings, Tachyon Condensation and Closed Strings -- Exceptional Magic
ISBN:9783540362456
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Series:Les Houches - Ecole d’Ete de Physique Theorique: 76
Keywords: Physics , Gravitation , Quantum physics , Nuclear physics , Physics , Quantum Physics , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory , Particle and Nuclear Physics
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Title:Lectures on Fluid Dynamics A Particle Theorist’s View of Supersymmetric, Non-Abelian, Noncommutative Fluid Mechanics and d-Branes
Author(s): Roman Jackiw
Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (114 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-3665-6
Contents:1 Introduction -- 2 Classical Equations -- 3 Specific Models -- 4 Common Ancestry: The Nambu—Goto Action -- 5 Supersymmetric Generalization -- 6 One-Dimensional Case -- 7 Toward a Non-Abelian Fluid Mechanics -- 8 Noncommutative Fluid
Mechanics -- Solutions to Problems -- References
ISBN:9781475736656
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Keywords: Physics , Quantum field theory , String theory , Fluids , Physics , Fluid- and Aerodynamics , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Quantum Field Theories, String Theory
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Title:New Developments in Quantum Field Theory
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (364 p.)
Note:10.1007/b114622
Contents:The Structure of 2D Quantum Space-Time -- Scaling Laws in Turbulence -- Field Theory as Free Fall -- Center Dominance, Center Vortices, and Confinement -- Duality and the Renormalization Group -- Unification of the General Non-Linear
Sigma Model and the Virasoro Master Equation -- A Matrix Model Solution of the Hirota Equation -- Lattice Approximation of Quantum Electrodynamics -- Three Introductory Talks on Matrix Models of Superstrings -- New Developments in the
Continuous Renormalization Group -- Primordial Magnetic Fields and Their Development (Applied Field theory) -- Towards Matrix Models of IIB Superstrings -- Quantum Mechanics of the Electric Charge -- Universal Fluctuations in Dirac
Spectra -- Determination of Critical Exponents and Equation of State by Field Theory Methods -- Collective Dynamics of a Domain Wall — an Outline -- Path Space Formulation of the BFV Theorem -- Surplus Anomaly and Random Geometries --
Topological Contents of 3D Seiberg-Witten Theory -- Free Strings in Non-Critical Dimensions -- Seiberg-Witten Theory, Integrable Systems and D-Branes -- Microscopic Universality in Random Matrix Models of QCD -- New Developments in
Non-Hermitian Random Matrix Models -- Potential Topography and Mass Generation -- Past the Highest-Weight, and What You Can Find There -- The Spectral Dimension on Branched Polymer Ensembles -- Solving the Baxter Equation in High
Energy QCD
ISBN:9780306470752
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Series:NATO Science Series: B:, Advanced Science Institutes Series: 366
Keywords: Physics , Combinatorics , Physics , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Combinatorics
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Title:Progress in String Theory and M-Theory
Author(s):
Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (417 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-0852-5
Contents:Lectures -- Scales of String/M Theory -- On the Heterotic/F-Theory Duality in Eight Dimensions -- Large N Field Theories, String Theory and Gravity -- Black Holes and the Phases of Brane Thermodynamics -- Non-BPS-D-Brane Systems --
Non-BPS States and Branes in String Theory -- Lectures on Superconformal Quantum Mechanics and Multi-Black Hole Moduli Spaces -- Brane Theory Solitons -- Gong Show -- D-Branestrahlung -- Strings on BTZ Black Holes -- A Note on
non-supersymmetric Open-String Orbifolds with a quantised Bab -- On the Non-Abelian Born-Infeld Action -- AdS3 asymptotic (super) Symmetries -- Anomalous couplings of Non-BPS D-Branes -- Fron a Conformal Anomaly to a Theory of
Tensionless Strings? -- Comments on non-supersymmetric type I vacua -- S-Matrices for Planckian Scattering -- K-Theory and D-Branes on NON-Commutative Rori -- Generalized Calibrations -- Aspects of Heterotic/M-Theory Duality in D=3 --
Gauge Theory scattering from the ADS/CFT correspondence -- Flat Connections for Yang-Mills Theories on the 3-Torus -- From Topological Field Theories to Covariant Matrix Strings -- Field Theory Duals from (Non)-Crital Type 0 Strings --
Duality and Selfduality of Chiral Boson Fields in various Dimensions -- Anti-de Sitter Fragmentation -- On ADS3 String Theory -- Spectrum of D=11 Supergravity on ADS2 × S2 × T7 -- Discrete U-duality groups -- Supersymmetric Worldvolume
Solitons -- WZ Couplings of D-Branes and O-Planes -- Holography for Coset Spaces -- List of Speakers -- List of Participants
ISBN:9789401008525
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Series:NATO Science Series, Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences: 564
Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Title:Noncommutative Differential Geometry and Its Applications to Physics Proceedings of the Workshop at Shonan, Japan, June 1999
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Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (308 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-0704-7
Contents:Methods Of Equivariant Quantization -- Application of Noncommutative Differential Geometry on Lattice to Anomaly Analysis in Abelian Lattice Gauge Theory -- Geometrical Structures on Noncommutative Spaces -- A Relation Between
Commutative and Noncommutative Descriptions of D-Branes -- Intersection Numbers On The Moduli Spaces Of Stable Maps In Genus 0 -- D-Brane Actions On Kähler Manifolds -- On The Projective Classification Of The Modules Of Differential
Operators On ?m -- An Interpretation Of Schouten-Nijenhuis Bracket -- Remarks On The Characteristic Classes Associated With The Group Of Fourier Integral Operators -- C*-Algebraic Deformation And Index Theory -- Singular Systems Of
Exponential Functions -- Determinants Of Elliptic Boundary Problems In Quantum Field Theory -- On Geometry Of Non-Abelian Duality -- Weyl Calculus And Wigner Transform On The Poincaré Disk -- Lectures On Graded Differential Algebras
And Noncommutative Geometry
ISBN:9789401007047
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Series:Mathematical Physics Studies : 23
Keywords: Physics , Global analysis (Mathematics) , Manifolds (Mathematics) , Integral transforms , Operational calculus , Differential geometry , Quantum physics , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Differential Geometry , Quantum Physics , Integral Transforms, Operational Calculus , Global Analysis and Analysis on Manifolds
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Title:European Congress of Mathematics Barcelona, July 10–14, 2000 Volume II
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Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (641 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-0348-8266-8
Contents:Table of Contents of Volume II -- Articles by Prize Winners -- Classification Results on Valuations on Convex Sets -- Towards a Microscopic Theory of Phase Coexistence -- Constructing Compact 8-Manifolds with Holonomy Spin(7) from
Calabi-Yau Orbifolds -- Banach KK-Theory and the Baum-Connes Conjecture -- An Introduction to Non-Commutative Mori Theory -- Geometric Methods in Complex Analysis -- Vanishing Cycles and Mutation -- Critical Exponents, Conformal
Invariance and Planar Brownian Motion -- Mini-Symposium on Computer Algebra -- Computer Algebra Algorithms for Linear Ordinary Differential and Difference Equations -- Some Introductory Remarks on Computer Algebra -- A Study of
Iteration Formulas for Root Finding, Where Mathematics, Computer Algebra and Software Engineering Meet -- Industrial Applications of Computer Algebra: Climbing Up a Mountain, Going Down a Hill -- Applications of Computer Algebra to
Algebraic Geometry, Singularity Theory and Symbolic-Numerical Solving -- Mini-Symposium on Curves over Finite Fields and Codes -- Explicit Towers of Drinfeld Modular Curves -- Curves over Finite Fields Attaining the Hasse-Weil Upper
Bound -- Asymptotically Good Towers of Global Fields -- Explicit Constructions of Towers of Function Fields with Many Rational Places -- Curves over Finite Fields and Codes -- Authentication Codes and Algebraic Curves -- Mini-Symposium
on Free Boundary Problems -- Some Aspects of Mean Curvature Flow in Presence of Nonsmooth Anisotropies -- A Phase-Field Model for Diffusion-Induced Grain Boundary Motion -- Evolution of a Closed Interface between Two Liquids of
Different Types -- Applications of a Local Energy Method to Systems of PDE’s Involving Free Boundaries -- Phase Boundaries in Alloys with Elastic Misfit -- Some Aspects of the Thin Film Equation -- A Brief Overview on the Obstacle
Problem -- The Impact of Monotonicity Formulas in Regularity of Free Boundaries -- A Free Boundary Problem: Contributions from Modern Analysis -- Mini-Symposium on Mathematical Finance- Theory and Practice -- Risk Sensitive Control
with Applications to Fixed Income Portfolio Management -- Wavelet Based PDE Valuation of Derivatives -- Some Analytic Facts on the Generalized Hyperbolic Model -- Functionals of Brownian Motion in Path-Dependent Option Valuation --
Optimal Portfolios under a Value at Risk Constraint -- Mini-Symposium on Quantum Chaology -- Trace Formulas and Spectral Statistics of Diffractive Systems -- Semiclassical Results in the Linear Response Theory -- The Berry- Tabor
Conjecture -- On Quantum Unique Ergodicity for Linear Maps of the Torus -- Mini-Symposium on Quantum Computing -- Bound Information: The Classical Analog to Bound Quantum Entanglement -- Mini-Symposium on String Theory and M-Theory --
D-Branes on Calabi-Yau Manifolds -- Knot Invariants and Chern-Simons Theory -- Topological Quantum Field Theory and Four-Manifolds -- D-Brane Conformal Field Theory and Bundles of Conformal Blocks -- From Quiver Diagrams to Particle
Physics -- Mini-Symposium on Symplectic and Contact Geometry and Hamiltonian Dynamics -- From Symplectic Packing to Algebraic Geometry and Back -- New Invariants of Legendrian Knots -- Contact Topology in Dimension Greater than Three
-- The Hamiltonian Seifert Conjecture: Examples and Open Problems -- The Fine Geometry of the Cantor Families of Invariant Tori in Hamiltonian Systems -- Symplectic and Contact Geometry and Hamiltonian Dynamics -- Simple Coisotropic
Projections and Caustics -- Mini-Symposium on Wavelet Applications in Signal Processing -- Reassigned Scalograms and Singularities -- The Impact of Wavelet Coefficient Correlations on Fractionally Differenced Process Estimation --
Wavelet-Based Modelling of Persistent Periodicities -- Network Traffic Modeling Using a Multifractal Wavelet Model -- Denoising Via Block Wiener Filtering in Wavelet Domain -- Wavelet Analysis of Discrete Time Series
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Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematics , Mathematics, general
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Title:Recent Developments in General Relativity
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (521 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-88-470-2113-6
Contents:General Perspectives -- Special Relativity at Action in the Universe -- String Theory and General Relativity -- Virgo - a Laser Interferometer for Gravitational Wave Detection -- A Space Test of General Relativity -- Canonical “Loop”
Quantum Gravity and Spin Foam Models -- A Possible Way to Define an Effective Cosmological Constant in Scalar-Tensor Cosmologies -- A Microscopic Approach to Nuclear Physics: from Deuteron to Neutron Stars -- Perspectives in the
Research of GravitationalWaves: Omnidirectional Resonant Detectors -- The Entropy of Black Holes via Noether‚s Theorem -- Dual Lagrangian Theories -- The Boundary State Description of D-Branes -- The N-body Problem in Tetrad Gravity: A
First Step towards a Unified Description of the Four Interactions -- Applications of Calculus of Variations to General Relativity -- The Search for Gravitational Waves with Resonant Detectors -- Cauchy-Perturbative Matching and Outer
Boundary Conditions -- Branes in Anti-de Sitter Space-Time -- Black Hole Entropy -- Gravitational Wave Astronomy from Space -- Bar Mode Instability in Relativistic Rotating Stars -- Recent Results -- General Relativity and Theory of
Gravitation -- Theoretical Relativity: Classical Topics -- Why is the Gravitational Mass Equal to the Inertial Mass? -- Multiplicity of Timelike Geodesics in Splitting Lorentzian Manifolds -- Gravitational Collapse of Fluid Bodies and
Cosmic Censorship: Analytic Insights -- Black Holes and Solitons -- The Prolongation Problem for the Heavenly Equation -- Time Extremizing Trajectories of Massive and Massless Objects in General Relativity -- Null Geodesics Joining Two
Submanifolds in Stationary Lorentzian Manifolds -- Analytic Solution of Regge-Wheeler Differential Equation for Black Hole Perturbations in Radial Coordinate and Time Domains -- Quantum Gravity -- Problems in Quantum General Relativity
and Gravitation -- Problems in Quantum General Relativity and Gravitation -- Foundational Problems in Quantum Gravity -- Foundational Problems in Quantum Gravity -- Foundational Problems in Quantum Gravity -- Foundational Problems in
Quantum Gravity -- A Review of Recent Results of the ? -Function Regularization Procedure in Curved Spacetime -- Solitons in Three Space Dimensions as a Model for Relativistic Particles -- Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology --
Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology -- Voids in Open Universes -- Non-Stationary Accretion onto Black Holes -- Stochastic Backgrounds of Gravitational Waves from Compact Sources -- Experimental Gravitation -- Sights of Experimental
Gravity -- Mechanical Isolation of Gravitational Wave Antennae: Present and Future -- Off-Line Subtraction of Seismic Newtonian Noise -- de Broglie-like Oscillation s of Spacetime -- Testing Newton’s Inverse Square Law
ISBN:9788847021136
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Keywords: Physics , Gravitation , Astrophysics , Physics , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory , Astrophysics and Astroparticles
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Title:Strings, Conformal Fields, and M-Theory
Author(s): Michio Kaku
Date:2000
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (531 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-0503-6
Contents:I Conformal Field Theory and Perturbation Theory -- 1 Introduction to Superstrings -- 2 BPZ Bootstrap and Minimal Models -- 3 WZW Model, Cosets, and Rational Conformal Field Theory -- 4 Modular Invariance and the A—D—E Classification
-- N = 2 SUSY and Parafermions -- 6 Yang—Baxter Relation -- 7 Toward a Classification of Conformal Field Theories -- 8 Knot Theory and Quantum Groups -- II Nonperturbative Methods -- 9 String Field Theory -- 10 Non polynomial String
Field Theory -- 11 2D Gravity and Matrix Models -- 12 Topological Field Theory -- 13 Seiberg—Witten Theory -- 14 M-Theory and Duality -- 15 D-Branes and CFT/ADS Duality
ISBN:9781461205036
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Keywords: Physics , Quantum physics , Quantum computers , Spintronics , Physics , Quantum Physics , Quantum Information Technology, Spintronics
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Title:Strings, Branes and Dualities
Author(s):
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (493 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-4730-9
Contents:I Lectures -- Exact Electromagnetic Duality -- Supersymmetry and Dualities in Various Dimensions -- Seiberg-Witten Theory and S-Duality -- Dualities in the Classical Supergravity Limits -- M-Theory from Its Superalgebra -- Lectures on
Heterotic-Type I Duality -- Connections Between M-Theory and Superstrings -- Black Holes and D-Branes -- M-Theory and N = 2 Strings -- Branes Within Branes -- Review of Matrix Theory -- Notes on Matrix and Micro Strings -- II Seminars
-- Testing Seiberg-Witten Solution -- Mirrors and Phases of N=4 IN D=3 -- Intersection Rules and Open Branes -- How to Count the States of Extremal Black Holes in N = 8 Supergravity -- Aspects of D-Instantons -- Some Classical
Solutions of Membrane Matrix Model Equations -- III Gong Show -- D-Brane Actions, Intrinsic Geometry and Duality -- Branes and Chiral Symmetry -- Regularisation of Classical Self Interaction in Strings -- D-Brane Bound States --
Special Kähler geometry -- Compactification of M-Theory and Susy Breaking -- Threebranes in Twelve Dimensions -- String Solitons and Dimensional Reduction -- BPS Saturated Amplitudes and Non-Perturbative String Theory -- On Domain Wall
in MQCD -- Kids Walking on a D-Brane -- List of Speakers -- List of Participants
ISBN:9789401147309
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Series:NATO ASI Series, Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences: 520
Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Title:Introduction to Superstrings and M-Theory
Author(s): Michio Kaku
Date:1999
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (587 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-0543-2
Contents:I First Quantization and Path Integrals -- 1 Path Integrals and Point Particles -- 2 Nambu—Goto Strings -- 3 Superstrings -- 4 Conformal Field Theory and Kac-Moody Algebras -- 5 Multiloops and Teichmüller Spaces -- II Second
Quantization and the Search for Geometry -- 6 Light Cone Field Theory -- 7 BRST Field Theory -- III Phenomenology and Model Building -- 8 Anomalies and the Atiyah—Singer Theorem -- 9 Heterotic Strings and Compactification -- 10
Calabi—Yau Spaces and Orbifolds -- IV M-Theory -- 11 M-Theory and Duality -- 12 Compactifications and BPS States -- 13Solitons, D-Branes, and Black Holes -- A.1 A Brief Introduction to Group Theory -- A.2 A Brief Introduction to
General Relativity -- A.3 A Brief Introduction to the Theory of Forms -- A.4 A Brief Introduction to Supersymmetry -- A.5 A Brief Introduction to Supergravity -- A.6 Notation -- References
ISBN:9781461205432
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Keywords: Physics , Quantum physics , Quantum computers , Spintronics , Physics , Quantum Physics , Quantum Information Technology, Spintronics
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Title:Supersymmetry and Quantum Field Theory Proceedings of the D. Volkov Memorial Seminar Held in Kharkov, Ukraine, 5–7 January 1997
Author(s):
Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (408 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0105222
Contents:Last interview with D.V. volkov -- p-Brane chemistry -- Intersecting branes and supersymmetry -- Properties of intersecting p-branes in various dimensions -- Super D-branes -- Volkov-akulov theory and D-branes -- Ten to eleven: It is
not too late -- Aspects of superembeddings -- Superbrane actions and geometrical approach -- The M theory five-brane and the heterotic string -- A linear representation for the topological extensions of the poincaré superalgebra in
d=11 -- On the construction of global duality maps in strings and supermembrane theories -- Planckian energy scattering of D-branes and M(atrix) theory in curved space -- Self-duality in nonlinear electromagnetism -- Progress toward A
classical (SUSY)2 4D, N=1 green-schwarz ?-model action -- N=4 supersymmetric integrable systems -- On some puzzles in N=2 supersymmetric gauge theory -- Alternative formulations of N=2 supesymmetric gauge theory in harmonic superspace
-- Lie-algebraic characterization of 2D (super-)integrable models -- Universal hidden supersymmetry in classical mechanics and its local extension -- The hamiltonian structure of the “bosonic” and “fermionic” extensions of N=2 KdV
hierarchy -- Mass generation in the supersymmetric Nambu-Jona-Lasinio model in an external magnetic field -- On extension of minimality principle in supersymmetric electrodynamics -- Stochastic Wess-Zumino-Witten models -- On (k ?
l/q)-dimensional supermanifolds -- Let the spin and the charges unify -- Kerr spinning particle and superparticle models -- Spinons and parafermions in fermion cosets -- Exact solutions in Einstein-Yang-Mills theories -- Higher
massless irreducible spins in the BRST approach -- Sonoluminescence and black holes as sources of squeezed light -- Remark concerning integrable Hamilton systems -- q-Deformed heisenberg algebra -- Supersymmetric reflection matrices --
Deformed oscillator algebras and higher-spin gauge interactions of matter fields in 2+1 dimensions -- Universality of the R-deformed heisenberg algebra -- The dual algebra of the Jordanian GLg,h(2) -- Supertraces on some deformations
of heisenberg superalgebra -- Harish-chandra embedding and q-analogues of bounded symmetric domains -- q-differential calculus and deformed light-cone -- 0) and infinitesimal transformations -- Integrating a generic algebra -- On the
quantization of half-integer spin fields -- S-matrix in the generalized quantization method -- Regge poles in nucleon-nucleon and nucleon-antinucleon scattering amplitudes -- SU(3) × SU(3) symmetry and the baryon-meson coupling
constants -- Phenomenological lagrangian for spin waves -- Possible universal neutrino interaction -- Higgs effect for goldstone particles with spin 1/2 -- Gauge fields on superspaces with different holonomy groups -- Spontaneous
compactification of subspace due to interaction of the einstein fields with the gauge fields -- Hamiltonian systems with even and odd poisson brackets: duality of their conservation laws
ISBN:9783540692171
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Keywords: Physics , Quantum field theory , String theory , Quantum physics , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum computers , Spintronics , Physics , Quantum Field Theories, String Theory , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Quantum Physics , Quantum Information Technology, Spintronics
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Title:A First course in string theory
Author(s): Barton Zwiebach
Date:2004
Publisher:Cambridge University Press
Note:558 p.
Contents:Part I. Basics: 1. A brief introduction 2. Special relativity and extra dimensions 3. Electromagnetism and gravitation 4. Non-relativistic strings 5. The relativistic point particle 6. Relativistic strings 7. String parameterization and motion 8. World-sheet currents 9. Light-cone relativistic strings 10. Light-cone fields and particles 11. Relativistic quantum particles 12. Quantum open strings 13. Quantum closed strings Part II. Developments: 14. D-branes and gauge fields 15. String charge, electric charge, and particle physics 16. String thermodynamics and black holes 17. T-duality of closed strings 18. T-duality of open strings 19. Electromagnetic fields on D-branes 20. Nonlinear electrodynamics 21. Covariant string quantization 22. Interactions and Riemann surfaces 23. Loop amplitudes in string theory
ISBN:0521831431
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Title:String theory
Author(s): Joseph Gerard Polchinski
Date:1998
Publisher:Cambridge University PressA: Cambridge, UK
Size:2 volumes
Contents:Volume 1: An Introduction to the Bosonic String - 1. A First Look at Strings, 2. Conformal Field Theory, 3. The Polyakov Path Integral, 4. The String Spectrum, 5. The String S-Matrix, 6. Tree Level Amplitudes, 7. One Loop Amplitudes, 8. Toroidal Compactification and T-Duality, 9. Higher Order Amplitudes, Appendix A: A Short Course on Path Integrals
Volume 2: Superstring Theory and Beyond - 10. Type I and Type II Superstrings, 11. The Heterotic String, 12. Superstring Interactions, 13. D-Branes, 14. Strings at Strong Coupling, 15. Advanced CFT, 16. Orbifolds, 17. Calabi-Yau Compactification, 18. Physics in Four Dimensions, 19. Advanced Topics, Appendix B: Spinors and SUSY in Various Dimensions
ISBN:0521633036
Series:Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics
Keywords: String Models , Superstring Theories
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Title:String theory demystified
Author(s): David McMahon
Date:2009
Publisher:McGraw Hill
Size:306 p
Contents:Introduction -- The classical string I : equations of motion -- The classical string II : symmetries and worldsheet currents -- String quantization -- Conformal field theory part I -- BRST quantization -- RNS superstrings -- Compactification and T-d uality -- Superstring theory continued -- A summary of superstring theory -- Type II string theories -- Heterotic string theory -- D-branes -- Black holes -- The holographic principle and AdS/CRT correspondance -- String theory and cosmology.
ISBN:9780071498708
Keywords: String models
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Title:Strings, conformal fields, and M-theory
Author(s): Michio Kaku
Date:2000
Edition:2nd ed.
Publisher:Springer: New York
Size:531 pgs.
Contents:Part I: Conformal Field Theory and Perturbation Theory - 1. Introduction to Superstrings, 2. BPZ Bootstrap and Minimal Models, 3. WZW Model, Cosets, and Rational Conformal Field Theory, 4. Modular Invariance and the A-D-E Classification, 5. N = 2 SUSY and Parafermions, 6. Yang-Baxter Relation, 7. Toward a Classification of Conformal Field Theories, 8. Knot Theory and Quantum Groups
Part II: Nonperturbative Methods - 9. String Field Theory, 10. Nonpolynomial String Field Theory, 11. 2D Gravity and Matrix Models, 12. Topological Field Theory, 13. Seiberg-Witten Theory, 14. M-Theory and Dualtiy, 15. D-Branes and CFT/ADS Duality
ISBN:0387988920
Series:Graduate Texts in Contemporary Physics
Keywords: String Models , Conformal Invariants , Quantum Field Theory
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Title:D-branes
Author(s): Clifford Victor Johnson 1968-
Date:2003
Publisher:Cambridge University Press: Cambridge
Size:548 pgs.
Contents:1. Overview and Overture, 2. Relativistic Strings, 3. A Closer Look at the World-Sheet, 4. Strings on Circles and T-Duality, 5. Background Fields and World-Volume Actions, 6. D-Branes Tension and Boundary States, 7. Supersymmetric Strings, 8. Supersymmetric Strings and T-Duality, 9. World-Volume Curvature Couplings, 10. The Geometry of D-Branes, 11. Multiple D-Branes and Bound States, 12. Strong Coupling and String Duality, 13. D-Branes and Geometry I, 14. K3 Orientifolds and Compactification, 15. D-Branes and Geometry II, 16. Towards M- and F-Theory, 17. D-Branes and Black Holes, 18. D-Branes, Gravity and Gauge Theory, 19. The Holographic Renormalisation Group, 20. Taking Stock
ISBN:0521809126
Series:Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics
Keywords: D-branes.
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Title:Geometry and physics of branes
Author(s): U. Bruzzo (Ed.)
V. Gorini (Ed.)
U. Moschella (Ed.)
Date:2003
Publisher:Institute of Physics Publishing: Philadelphia
Size:282 pgs.
Contents:Part I: An Elementary Introduction to Branes in String Theory - 1. Introduction, 2. Branes in String Theory, 3. The Boundary State Description of D-Branes, 4. The Effective Action of D-Branes, 5. Classical D-Branes from the Boundary State
Part II: Physical Aspects - 6. Two-Dimensional Conformal Field Theory on Open and Unoriented Surfaces, 7. Topics in String Tachyon Dynamics
Part III: Mathematical Developments - 8. Deformation Theory, Homological Algebra and Mirror Symmetry, 9. Large N Dualities and Transitions in Geometry
ISBN:075030863X
Series:Series in High Energy Physics, Cosmology and Gravitation
Keywords: Branes , Superstring Theories
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Title:An Introduction to string theory and D-brane dynamics With problems and solutions
Author(s): Richard J. Szabo 1966-
(Heriot-Watt U.)
Date:2011
Edition:2nd ed.
Publisher:Imperial College Press: London/World Scientific: New Jersey
Size:148 pgs.
Contents:1. A Brief History of String Theory, 2. Classical String Theory, 3. Quantization of the Bosonic String, 4. Superstrings, 5. Remond-Ramond Charges and T-Duality, 6. D-Branes and Gauge Theory, 7. D-Brane Dynamics, 8. Ramond-Ramond Couplings of D-Branes, 9. Solutions to Exercises
ISBN:9781848166226
Keywords: String models , Dynamics
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Title:Introduction to the AdS CFT correspondence
Author(s): Horațiu Nastase
Date:2015
Publisher:Cambridge University Press
Size:438 p
Contents:Elements of quantum field theory and gauge theory -- Basics of general relativity. Anti-de Sitter space -- Basics of supersymmetry -- Basics of supergravity -- Kaluza-Klein dimensional reduction -- Black holes and p-branes -- String theory actions a nd spectra -- Elements of conformal field theory -- D-branes -- The AdS CFT correspondence: motivation, definition and spectra -- Witten prescription and 3-point correlator calculations -- Holography in Lorentzian signature: Poincaré and global coordina tes -- Solitonic objects in AdS CFT -- Quarks and the Wilson loop -- Finite temperature and N = 4 SYM plasmas -- Scattering processes and gravitational shockwave limit -- The pp wave correspondence -- Spin chains -- Other conformal cases -- The 3 dimensio nal ABJM model vs. AdS4 and CP3 -- Gravity duals -- Holographic renormalization -- RG flow between fixed points -- Phenomenological gauge-gravity duality I: AdS QCD -- Phenomenological gauge-gravity duality II: AdS CMT -- Gluon scattering: The Alday-Malda cena prescription -- Holographic entanglement entropy: the Ryu-Takayanagi prescription
ISBN:9781107085855
Keywords: Gauge fields (Physics)
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Title:Duality and supersymmetric theories
Author(s): David I. Olive
Date:1999
Publisher:Cambridge University Press, New York
Size:473 pgs.
Contents:1. Particle physics and fundamental theory, 2. Solitons, 3. Nonlinear electromagnetic self-duality and Legendre transformations, 4. Supersymmetric s-models in 2 dimensions, 5. Introduction to duality, 6. Supersymmetric monopoles and duality, 7. Seiberg-Witten theory and S-dualitY, 8. Supergravity, Brane dynamics and string duality, 9. Supergravity, vacua and solitons, 10. An introduction to non-perturbative string theory, 11. Lectures on D-branes
ISBN:0521641586
Series:Publications of the Newton Institute v. 34, no. 8
Keywords: Supersymmetry.
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