M(atrix) theory and things other than D0-branes? And is it non-peturbative M-theory or non-peturbative Type IIA theory?
When I first read the BFSS Paper on M(atrix)-theory, I was under the impression that it was a non-peturbative formulation of M-theory. But recently, upon reading this paper of Nathan Seiberg's, I ...
A stack of N D-branes has the strange property that the traverse D-brane coordinates are matrix-valued. When the matrices commute, they can be interpreted as ordinary coordinates for N ...