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Intuition

Consider the Holographic Principle. The principle tells us that all information stored within a region is encoded on it's boundary. See Holographic Principle for the intuition behind this principle. Now, this applies to any region, including anAnti-de Sitter Space. The Anti-de Sitter Space has a conformal boundary, on which a Conformal Field Theory,or CFT, is defined. Therefore, a Quantum Gravitational Theory in Anti-de Sitter Space, or AdS (space) for short, is equivalent to aConformal Field Theory on it's Conformal Boundary..

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BFSS Matrix Theory

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BFSS Paper

Matrix String Theory

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Motl's IIA matrix string

Matrix String Theory

Main Article: Matrix String Theory

Motl's HE matrix string

Maldacena's Original Example

Maldacena's paper discusses three examples, in which the dual theories are N=4 Super-Yang-Mills Theory, (2,0) Theory, andABJM Theory (but the equations for ABJM Theory were not figured out until 2008).

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    • 2.15 Type I String Theory
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    • 2.27 AdS CFT
    • 2.28 BFSS Matrix Theory
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What's this "Organisation" thing I just did?


I need to justify why I made the "Organisation:..." change to the manually made categories, like String Theory and Supersymmetry.


I started this idea of having manually made categories, because most users who visit this wiki probably know about Wikipedia, and would try to use the sort of URLs on wikipedia/. If the wikipedia url, for example, was ".

It makes things too complicated and annoying. And I'll need to add "1.", "2.", etc. to the article defaultsorted names.


It would mean contacting wikia through Special:Contact, taking the wiki down for a while, the poor wikia staff taking hours to add this additional namespace, and reduceing my limited number of 5 maximum custom namespaces.

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Next steps...

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A large portion of our content was taken from those wikipedia articles which I or others had created or heavily contributed to. The style of referencing on wikipedia is obviously very different from wikia, which uses a different version of Media Wiki.

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Dimension10 Dimension10 19 October 2013
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Future Plans for this Wiki

Some future plans about this wiki...


  • 1 "Learn More" Section
    • 1.1 Physics Overflow
    • 1.2 The Reference Frame
    • 1.3 nCatLab
    • 1.4 Other Resources
  • 2 Redirects
    • 2.1 Introduction to String Theory
    • 2.2 Worldsheet
    • 2.3 String
    • 2.4 Bosonic String Theory
    • 2.5 String Perturbation Theory
    • 2.6 Tachyon Condensation
    • 2.7 Supersymmetry
    • 2.8 RNS Formalism
    • 2.9 GS Formalism
    • 2.10 BPS
    • 2.11 GSO Projection
    • 2.12 Type II String Theory
    • 2.13 Type IIB String Theory
    • 2.14 Type IIA String Theory
    • 2.15 Type I String Theory
    • 2.16 Type H String Theory
    • 2.17 Type HO String Theory
    • 2.18 Type HE String Theory
    • 2.19 T-Duality
    • 2.20 D-Brane
    • 2.21 S-Duality
    • 2.22 Horava-Witten String Theory
    • 2.23 Townsend String Theory
    • 2.24 M-Theory
    • 2.25 Holographic Principle
    • 2.26 N=4 Super-Yang-Mills Theory
    • 2.27 AdS CFT
    • 2.28 BFSS Matrix Theory
    • 2.29 Matrix String Theory
    • 2.30 (2,0) Theory
    • 2…

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Dimension10 Dimension10 16 October 2013
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What's this "Organisation" thing I just did?


I need to justify why I made the "Organisation:..." change to the manually made categories, like String Theory and Supersymmetry.


I started this idea of having manually made categories, because most users who visit this wiki probably know about Wikipedia, and would try to use the sort of URLs on wikipedia/. If the wikipedia url, for example, was ".

It makes things too complicated and annoying. And I'll need to add "1.", "2.", etc. to the article defaultsorted names.


It would mean contacting wikia through Special:Contact, taking the wiki down for a while, the poor wikia staff taking hours to add this additional namespace, and reduceing my limited number of 5 maximum custom namespaces.

I prefer a pseudo-namespace, therefo…




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Dimension10 Dimension10 21 September 2013
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Next steps...

We've been making quite a lot of progress, recently, as compared to most other wikis, at least. We have 68 pages, in around 6 weeks. What is remaining for us to do? Obviously, a lot.


  • 1 Referencing
  • 2 Internal Links
  • 3 Contributors
  • 4 Policies

A large portion of our content was taken from those wikipedia articles which I or others had created or heavily contributed to. The style of referencing on wikipedia is obviously very different from wikia, which uses a different version of Media Wiki.

Of course, as per Ye:CONTENT, it is not necessary to add references to all content, unless the content is challenged. In case this content is challenged in the future, it will be pointless to search for references again, since we already have the references.

Therefore…



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Dimension10 Dimension10 9 August 2013
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Psi Epsilon

See my blog at   Psi Epsilon  . 

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  • Glossary of string theory

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References

  1. Govindarajan, Lubos (1970). Notes on the AdS/CFT Correspondence. Bangalore: Cambridge University Press. p. 613.


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I am currently conducting a test. . .


Proof that the Polyakov Action classically reduces to the Nambu-Goto Action


We start with the Polyakov Action:

We use the Euler-Lagrange Equation:


Where is the trace of the Stress-Energy-Momentum Tensor and is the induced metric on the worldsheet.

Also recall that:

From this we see that, if the intrinsic worldsheet metric satisfies the following field equation:

Then, the Polyakov Action becomes the Nambu-Goto Action:






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I just realised that $1+1=2$. \(1+1=2\), see? And even that

$$1+1=2$$

Furthermore, that

\[1+1=2\]

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And of course, that


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