by Clifford V. Johnson
Publisher: arXiv 2000
Number of pages: 222
Here is a collection of lecture notes on D-branes, which may be used by the reader as preparation for applications to modern research applications such as: the AdS/CFT and other gauge theory/geometry correspondences, Matrix Theory and stringy non-commutative geometry, etc.
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