Teoria strun


  • introductions to general relativity (zobacz np MathMethods) and quantum field theory

Przeprowadzenie bez wzorów


  • http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9906108
    • An introduction to perturbative and non-perturbative string theory
    • Authors: Ignatios Antoniadis, Guillaume Ovarlez
    • Comments: LaTex2e, 17 pages ; Lectures given at ``Flavour and Gauge Hierarchies'', Cargese, France, 20 Jul.-1 Aug. 1998, and at ``Corfu Summer Institute on Elementary Particle Physics'', Kerkyra, Greece, 6-20 Sep. 1998
  • http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9708130
    • Introduction to Non-perturbative String Theory
    • Authors: Elias Kiritsis (CERN)
    • Comments: 60 pages, LaTeX, 4 eps figures included
    • Report-no: CERN-TH/97-217
    • These are a set of lectures presented at the CERN-La Plata-Santiago de Compostella School of Physics, La Plata, May 1997. A brief introduction to the non-perturbative structure of string theory is presented. Various non-perturbative dualities in ten and six dimensions as well as D-branes are discussed.
  • http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9802051
    • Author: Ashoke Sen
    • Comments: LaTeX file, 129 pages, 22 figures, Lectures given at Isaac Newton Institute and DAMTP, Cambridge, references added, typos corrected
    • Report-no: MRI/PHY/P980235
    • In this review I discuss some basic aspects of non-perturbative string theory. The topics include test of duality symmetries based on the analysis of the low energy effective action and the spectrum of BPS states, relationship between different duality symmetries, an introduction to M- and F-theories, black hole entropy in string theory, and Matrix theory.
  • http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0207249
    • Authors: Thomas Mohaupt
    • Comments: Lecture Notes, 78 pages
    • Journal-ref: Lect.Notes Phys. 631 (2003) 173-251
    • We give a pedagogical introduction to string theory, D-branes and p-brane solutions.
  • http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0107094
    • Introduction to string field theory
    • Authors: W. Siegel (C.N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics)
    • Comments: 247 pages
    • Report-no: YITP-SB-01-39
    • The 1988 book, now free, with corrections and bookmarks (for pdf).


  • Damour: HepTh:0401160 - The entropy of black holes: a primer
    • ...with particular emphasis on results obtained within string theory.
  • Fursaev: GrQc:0404038 - Can One Understand Black Hole Entropy without Knowing Much about Quantum Gravity?
  • McInnes: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0401035
    • attempt to link string theory with shape of the Universe

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