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How to deal with crossing duality and modular invariance in string field theory?
An answer I gave elsewhere. Some cases to ponder over. A closed string splits into two closed strings, which then merge again into a single closed string. The overall string worldsheet has ...
Oct 15 '12 at 14:47
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