| Barton Zwiebach - Science - 2009 - 673 pages
String theory made understandable. Barton Zwiebach is once again faithful to his goal of making string theory accessible to undergraduates. He presents the main concepts of ... | |
| L. Baulieu - Science - 2001 - 417 pages
Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Cargèse, France, May 24-June 5, 1999 | |
| Michael B. Green, John H. Schwarz, Edward Witten - Science - 1988 - 484 pages
A two-volume systematic exposition of superstring theory and its applications which presents many of the new mathematical tools that theoretical physicists are likely to need ... | |
| Clifford V. Johnson - Mathematics - 2003 - 548 pages
D-branes represent a key theoretical tool in the understanding of strongly coupled superstring theory and M-theory. They have led to many striking discoveries, including the ... | |
| Michael B. Green, John H. Schwarz, Edward Witten - Science - 1987 - 614 pages
A two-volume systematic exposition of superstring theory and its applications which presents many of the new mathematical tools that theoretical physicists are likely to need ... | |
| David McMahon - Science - 2008 - 350 pages
UNRAVEL the mystery of STRING THEORY Trying to understand string theory but ending up with your brain in knots? Here's your lifeline! This straightforward guide explains the ... | |
| Nirmala Prakash - Science - 2003 - 835 pages
Readership: Upper level undergraduates, graduate students, lecturers and researchers in theoretical, mathematical and quantum physics. | |
| Lars Brink, Marc Henneaux - Science - 2013 - 312 pages
The almost irresistible beauty of string theory has seduced many theoretical physicists in recent years. Even hardened men have been swept away by what they can already see and ... | |
| Michio Kaku - Computers - 1999 - 587 pages
Called by some "the theory of everything," superstrings may solve a problem which has eluded physicists for the past 50 years -- the final unification of the two great theories ... | |
| Patricia M. Schwarz, John H. Schwarz - Science - 2004
This book provides a thorough introduction to Einstein's special theory of relativity, suitable for anyone with a minimum of one year's university physics with calculus. It is ... | |
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