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From symmetries to strings

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Published
**1990**
by World Scientific Pub. Co. in Singapore, Teaneck, NJ
.

Written in English

- Particles (Nuclear physics) -- Congresses.,
- Nuclear physics -- Congresses.

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references.

Statement | editor, Ashok Das. |

Contributions | Das, Ashok, 1953- |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QC793 .F76 1990 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | viii, 328 p. ; |

Number of Pages | 328 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1864882M |

ISBN 10 | 9810203322, 9810203330 |

LC Control Number | 90022848 |

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Get this from a library! Strings & symmetries, proceedings of the conference, Stony Brook, May , [N Berkovits;]. Symmetries play a fundamental role in physics. Non-Abelian gauge symmetries are the symmetries behind theories for massless spin-1 particles, while the reparametrization symmetry is behind Einstein's gravity theory for massless spin-2 particles. The book aims to analyze and explore deep and profound relations between string field theory.

In this paper, we studied symmetries of string scattering amplitudes in the high energy limits of both the fixed angle or Gross regime (GR) and the fixed momentum transfer or Regge regime (RR). We calculated high energy string scattering amplitudes (SSA) at arbitrary mass levels for both regimes. We discovered the infinite linear relations among fixed angle string amplitudes and the ifinite. In physics, a symmetry of a physical system is a physical or mathematical feature of the system (observed or intrinsic) that is preserved or remains unchanged under some transformation.. A family of particular transformations may be continuous (such as rotation of a circle) or discrete (e.g., reflection of a bilaterally symmetric figure, or rotation of a regular polygon).

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This book includes accounts of brane dynamics and D-branes and the T, S and U duality symmetries of string theory. The historical derivation of string theory is given as well as the sum over the world-sheet approach to the interacting string.

More advanced topics include string field theory and Kac-Moody by: Strings & Symmetries, Proceedings of the Conference, Stony Brook, MayH. Itoyama (Editor), N. Berkovits (Editor) This is a collection of important papers presented by an international group of outstanding scientists at a seminar on strings and symmetries held in Stony Brook.

Quarks, Symmetries and Strings is a book that reflects the rich diversity of current research in physics: it describes quantum chromodynamics, quark phenomenology, superstring theory, supersymmetry, matrix models, statistical methods, superconductivity and neural networks. The book also reflects the diversity of Dr Bunji Sakita's scientific work.

The book discusses hidden symmetries in the Anti-de Sitter/conformal field theory (AdS/CFT) duality. This duality is a modern concept that asserts an exact duality between conformally invariant quantum field theories and string theories in higher dimensional Anti-de Sitter spaces, and in this way provides a completely new tool for the study of strongly coupled quantum field : Springer From symmetries to strings book Publishing.

The topics in this volume constitute a fitting tribute by distinguished physicists and mathematicians. They cover strings, conformal field theories, W and Virasoro algebras, topological field theory, quantum groups, vertex and Hopf algebras, and non-commutative geometry. The relatively long contributions are pedagogical in style and address students as well as scientists.

We analyse the classical symmetries of bosonic D-string actions and generalizations thereof. Among others, we show that the simplest actions of this type have infinitely many nontrivial rigid symmetries which act nontrivially and nonlinearly both on the target space coordinates and on the U(1) gauge field, and form a Kač-Moody version of the Weyl algebra (= Poincaré algebra + dilatations).

Gravitation and Gauge Symmetries sheds light on the connection between the intrinsic structure of gravity and the principle of gauge invariance, which may lead to a consistent unified field theory. The first part of the book gives a systematic account of the structure of gravity as a theory based on spacetime gauge symmetries.

String theory goes beyond the symmetries we observe to predict even more symmetries that aren’t observed in nature. It predicts a necessary symmetry that’s not observed in nature, called supersymmetry. At the energies we observe, supersymmetry is an example of a broken symmetry, though physicists believe that in high-energy situations, the supersymmetry would no longer [ ].

Expanded and updated throughout, the book now features separate chapters on the nuclear shell model and the interacting boson model, the former including discussion of recent results on seniority in a single-j shell.

Both theoretical aspects and experimental signatures of dynamical (super)symmetries. This book contains accounts of brane dynamics including D-branes and the M5-brane as well as the duality symmetries of string theory.

Several different accounts of interacting strings are presented; these include the sum over world-sheets approach and the origi-nal S-matrix approach.

More advanced topics include string ﬁeld theory and Kac–Moody. I would guess most readers being exposed to string theory for the first time would be overwhelmed. Naturally branes are also covered. The emphasis for most of this part is on the duality symmetries of string theory and how they relate various solutions.

The string part of the book finishes off by describing black hole solutions in string s: 2. The relationship between the Zamolodchikov metric and the metric in the kinetic energy of the effective Lagrangian is discussed.

Duality symmetries in the partition functions of closed strings compactified on torii are shown to be a direct consequence of the field theory duality of. The topics include test of duality symmetries based on the analysis of the low energy action and the spectrum of BPS states, relationship between different duality symmetries, etc.

( views) Introduction to M Theory by Miao Li - arXiv, This short book is an introduction to some recent developments in string theory and M theory.

It is well known that, in local gauge field theories, symmetries are spontaneously broken at low energy, but are restored at high energies. Motivated by this high energy behavior, historically, the first key progress to uncover symmetries of string theory was to study the high energy, fixed angle behavior of the hard string scattering (HSS) amplitudes [4,5,6,7,8] instead of the low energy.

The underlying symmetries of the N = 2 string have some remarkable similarities with those of the d = 2 string, as we describe at the end of sect. An independent approach, from the point of view of spacetime, is to look for a background-independent effective action that reproduces the correlation functions of the N = 2 string when expanded.

Symmetry is an important shape feature. In this paper, a simple and fast method to detect perfect and distorted rotational symmetries of 2D objects is described. The boundary of a shape is polygonally approximated and represented as a string. Rotational symmetries are found by cyclic string matching between two identical copies of the shape string.

The importance of symmetry in string theory is discussed, and an approach to the investigation of the subject is described.

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: Gut Symmetries (): Winterson. In particle physics, supersymmetry (SUSY) is a conjectured relationship between two basic classes of elementary particles: bosons, which have an integer-valued spin, and fermions, which have a half-integer spin.

A type of spacetime symmetry, supersymmetry is a possible candidate for undiscovered particle physics, and seen by some physicists as an elegant solution to many current problems in. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "The Conference 'From Symmetries to Strings: Forty Years of Rochester Conferences'--fondly dubbed the 'Okubofest'--was held in Rochester on May"--Preface."Quarks, Symmetries and Strings is a book that reflects the rich diversity of current research in physics: it describes quantum chromodynamics, quark phenomenology, superstring theory, supersymmetry, matrix models, statistical methods, superconductivity and neural networks.

The book also reflects the diversity of Dr Bunji Sakita's scientific work. In string theory, particles are considered to be tiny, vibrating strings.

Because of symmetries in the equations governing the theory, strings do not merely occupy the three dimensions of space; they also have an extra six dimensions coiled up into structures called Calabi-Yau manifolds.