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Physics and mathematics of strings

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Published
**1989**
by Royal Society in London
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | organized and edited by Sir Michael Atiyah ... (et al.). |

Series | Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London -- vol.329, no.1605 |

Contributions | Atiyah, Michael, Sir, 1929-, Royal Society. |

ID Numbers | |
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Open Library | OL14347285M |

a solid grasp of a certain amount of mathematics. I usually recommend that all students have mastered mathematics at least through single-variable diﬀerential calculus (typiﬁed by the AB advanced placement test or a ﬁrst-semester college calculus course) before tackling either semester of physics: Mechanics or Electricity and Size: KB. tw een mathematics and physics became less imp ortant, The second aspect of the interaction b etwee n mathematics and string theory is mo re. tw o strings which merge bac k to a single Author: Marcos Marino.

Abstract: Many of the most elusive problems in string theory involve the search for the proper interpretation of ideas such as conformal invariance and . Many reasons for doing string theory involve physics. However strings have also had an important impact on mathematics. Ideas from string theory have an independent existence in the mathematical world, separate from any question about their relationship to reality. This is particularly true for a duality called mirror symmetry.

Strings are normally restricted to sequences composed of symbols drawn from a finite alphabet, and are often indexed from 0 or 1. A string is just a finite sequence where S is a set of characters. Strings denoted by putting the characters together, for the example Besides that, strings are the fundamental object of computer science. The mathematical aspects of string theory are wide-ranging, so I think looking for a mathematically rigorous treatment of the construction of string theories basically leads you to consider studying the output of a whole industry of mathematical physics research within algebraic geometry, representation theory, k-theory, differential topology, etc.

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It encompasses quantum mechanics and gravity, and it is based on the idea that the fundamental building blocks of matter are not particles, but strings: objects which have some length, and which can vibrate in different ways.

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