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Author Abel, S. A. (Steve A.)

Title String Phenomenology, Proceedings Of The First International Conference
Published Singapore : World Scientific, 2003
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Contents Preface; CONTENTS; Type I String Dynamics on Magnetised Backgrounds C. Angelantonj; Cosmology in Horava-Witten M-Theory R. Arnowitt, J. Dent and B. Dutta; Standard-like Models from D-branes D. Bailin; Intersecting Brane Worlds on K3 and Calabi-Yau Manifolds R. Blumenhagen; Non-Supersymmetric Quiver Models Ph. Brax; Parameter Space Investigations of Free Fermionic Heterotic Models G.B. Cleaver; Superstring Relics, Supersymmetric Fragmentation and UHECR A. Cafarella, C. Coriano, M. Guzzi and D. Martello; Modular Symmetry, Twisted Sectors and Flavour T. Dent
Supersymmetric Higgs Bosons in a 5D Orbifold Model V. Di Clemente, S.F. King and D.A.J. RaynerString Theory, Unification and Supersymmetry M. Dine; Time and Space Dependent Backgrounds from Nonsupersymmetric Strings E. Dudas, J. Mourad and C. Timirgaziu; Complementarity of the Maldacena and Karch-Randall Pictures M.J. Duff, J.T. Liu and H. Sati; Quark, Lepton and Neutrino Masses in Horava-Witten Inspired Models R. Arnowitt, B. Dutta and B
Summary String phenomenology offers a bridge between the excitement and novelty that typified theoretical physics in recent years and experimental reality. The First International Conference on String Phenomenology concentrated on cosmological and phenomenologically oriented applications of string theory. The aim was to bring together experimental and theoretical physicists to discuss the triumphs and challenges that high energy physics faces in its attempt to uncover the next layers of fundamental matter and interactions. The main theme was the application of string theory, but the conference also ac
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Subject Phenomenological theory (Physics)
String models.
Form Electronic book
Author Faraggi, A. E
Ibarra, A
ISBN 9789812704917 (electronic bk.)
9812704914 (electronic bk.)