A First Course in String Theory by Barton Zwiebach
By Barton Zwiebach
An available advent to thread idea, this publication presents an in depth and self-contained demonstration of the most strategies concerned. the 1st half bargains with simple rules, reviewing specific relativity and electromagnetism whereas introducing the idea that of additional dimensions. D-branes and the classical dynamics of relativistic strings are mentioned subsequent, and the quantization of open and closed bosonic strings within the light-cone gauge, in addition to a short creation to superstrings. the second one half starts with an in depth learn of D-branes by way of string thermodynamics. It discusses attainable actual functions, and covers T-duality of open and closed strings, electromagnetic fields on D-branes, Born/Infeld electrodynamics, covariant string quantization and string interactions. basically aimed as a textbook for complicated undergraduate and starting graduate classes, it's going to even be perfect for a variety of scientists and mathematicians who're concerned with string thought.
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