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Back to TopString theory  [manufacturing strings]
Engineering & Technology, 2009
This article correlates string theory to a string winding machine of a top guitar string manufacturer in UK, Rotosound.
Using Grid Technology to solve a theoretical physics problem: Moduli Stabilization in String Theory
2008 3rd International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies: From Theory to Applications, 2008
We use the Grid environment to seek a minimum for a potential function, coming from the physics of string theory, involving many parameters. This 'parallel' computing helps to reduce the time of computation enormously. One run, when fixing the different parameters in the function, lasts for between 3 to 20 hours, and hence the application needs, when run on one ...
Understanding the beam area at quantum level using string theory
Proceedings of Xth International Seminar/Workshop on Direct and Inverse Problems of Electromagnetic and Acoustic Wave Theory, 2005
One of the most important and root basic of communication technology is the antenna parameter, called the beam area or the beam solid angle. Since communications can be related in every way to light and the Maxwell equations, it is very apparent that string theory with its concepts of Dbranes and quantum oscillators can help in the understanding the antenna ...
Visualization of complex phenomena in string theory
Proceedings Computer Animation'95, 1995
A visualization approach to the study of singularities on the world sheets of strings is presented. A representation of the world sheet in terms of specified supporting curve is discussed, which enables effective use of the visualization techniques for its study. The desirable ways of future research using computer animation and virtual reality are discussed.<>
Visualization of Complex Physical Phenomena and Mathematical Objects in Virtual Environment
Scientific Visualization Conference (dagstuhl '97), 1997
In this paper we present a several topics in visualization and animation of topologically nontrivial objects: the open strings in 3D space; a process of uncoupling of 2 coupled handles on a sphere in 3D space by means of a homotopy in the class of embedding; the projective plane and the projective 3D space. Various properties of these objects are ...
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String theory  [manufacturing strings]
This article correlates string theory to a string winding machine of a top guitar string manufacturer in UK, Rotosound.

Using Grid Technology to solve a theoretical physics problem: Moduli Stabilization in String Theory
We use the Grid environment to seek a minimum for a potential function, coming from the physics of string theory, involving many parameters. This 'parallel' computing helps to reduce the time of computation enormously. One run, when fixing the different parameters in the function, lasts for between 3 to 20 hours, and hence the application needs, when run on one machine and changing the parameters in the given allowable regions, some years to span the whole parameter space. However, implementing the AXIOM software on many Grid nodes helps to carry out this task far faster. Initial results show the possibility of finding acceptable minima, voire testing the validity of the theoretical model.

Understanding the beam area at quantum level using string theory
One of the most important and root basic of communication technology is the antenna parameter, called the beam area or the beam solid angle. Since communications can be related in every way to light and the Maxwell equations, it is very apparent that string theory with its concepts of Dbranes and quantum oscillators can help in the understanding the antenna parameter at a quantum level. This paper is based on this very aspect of string theory, and proceeds to bring out a relation of the beam area in terms of string parameters.

Visualization of complex phenomena in string theory
A visualization approach to the study of singularities on the world sheets of strings is presented. A representation of the world sheet in terms of specified supporting curve is discussed, which enables effective use of the visualization techniques for its study. The desirable ways of future research using computer animation and virtual reality are discussed.<>

Visualization of Complex Physical Phenomena and Mathematical Objects in Virtual Environment
In this paper we present a several topics in visualization and animation of topologically nontrivial objects: the open strings in 3D space; a process of uncoupling of 2 coupled handles on a sphere in 3D space by means of a homotopy in the class of embedding; the projective plane and the projective 3D space. Various properties of these objects are visualized: their non orientability and nontrivial connectivity, and two representations of the projective plane in 3D space are examined: the crosscap and the Boy immersion.Visualization in string theory and some results obtained from visual study of strings demonstrates the benefits of this approach.Problems are discussed that arise in computer assisted visualization of topologically non trivial objects, and in their integration in virtual environments, in particular: fast rendering of selfcrossing transparent surfaces, and smooth mapping of colors and textures onto topologically complex surfaces.

Simulation of WuYang monopole in superfluid
Since Dirac developed the theory of monopoles consistent with both quantum mechanics and the gauge invariance of the electromagnetic field in 1931, it led to many discussions about the generalized spherical harmonics for the wave function of charged particle around magnetic monopole. In recent years, a lot of studies about monopole are presented. Some analogues of magnetic monopole have been found in exotic spin ices and other systems. Several studies on magnetic monopole are also carried out in BECs and superfluid. Especially the Dirac monopole in the synthetic magnetic field not only has been produced theoretically by a spinor BoseEinstein condensate, and but also its observation has been also reported. As it is wellknown that the Dirac monopole is described by string which causes the discontinuities for generalized spherical function in depicting an electrical charge particle around magnetic monopole. To overcome the difficulty Wu and Yang presented the monopole harmonics to describe Dirac monopole without string based on the manifold with two cups. In our work, we notice that the fluid field and electromagnetic field have similar features, by identifying the Schrödinger equation for ψ(r, t) = □(r, t) = eiS(r,t)and v = (ħ/μ)∇S(r, t) with the hydrodynamic equations with the quantum pressure, the effective potential is introduced in Schrödinger equation. Due to the existence of the pressure in the hydrodynamic equations, it turns out that the effective potential exactly corresponds to the potential of WuYang monopole for the pure gauge solution of the hydrodynamic equations. The incompressibility will limit the physical models, such as hard core and harmonic oscillator model for BoseEinstein condensate (BEC). The results provide a new idea for the simulation of the Wu Yang monopole.

An Improved Data Storage Mechanism for Static/Dynamic Forms in WebBased Workflow Systems
This paper proposes an innovative data storage mechanism for forms of web based workflow systems in which various forms communicate with each other quite frequently to carry out workflow handling. To realise this approach, several methods mainly about string theory as well as string variable processing are provided. Moreover, it can deal with forms both in static and dynamic kinds. The key distinction of this approach is that we would care nothing about the contents of every forms in workflow systems. This can significantly simplify the table structure and data storage of the database.

Scalar and Bitorsion Biofields of String Volume Resonators Aura
An attempt was made to involve the mathematical apparatus of the theory of scalar and binary fields with the explanation of the mechanism of quantum resonances in volume resonators of human biofields using string theory. The attempt is based on the identity of an equilateral hyperbola describing the relationship between the intensity of the magnetic field and the dynamics of the behavior of the center of displacement of the human spinor motion, which is well known to the stability diagram of twomirror volume resonators with hyperbolic mirrors. Geometric visualization of the twotorsion field in the form of a cross of two cardan nonsynchronous rotating shafts passing through inputoutput holes of pairwise connected pseudospheres is obtained. Lobachevsky, whose shells are natural obstacles to the wave processes passing inside the resonators. Guide pseudospheres are associated with strings on the surface of the associated bells, laid from the top to the bell rings of the bells. With the use of Vedic knowledge in the language of field theory, interpretations of such concepts as the wheel of Samsara, the chakra and the caduceus are given. A hypothesis of the emergence of love between a man and a woman as a discharge between virtual charges of different signs with simultaneous quantum resonance in all threedimensional cavities of chakras is proposed.

Just over a year ago scientists investigating data from the Large Hadron Collider confirmed the discovery of the Higgs Boson  the holy grail of the Standard Model of particle physics that underpins scientists' understanding of the fundamental workings of our universe. Exactly what sort of collider should come next is a matter of debate. Options for a successor range in size and feasibility, but a central question is what the machine should be colliding. The LHC collides opposing beams of either protons or lead nuclei, which are made up of neutrons. Making a decision about what kind of collider to build depends on what you expect to find. The Higgs Boson was discovered to have a mass of 125GeV (gigaelectronvolts), well within the 1TeV (teraelectronvolt) collision energy scope of proposed lepton colliders. But if new physics beyond the Standard Model such as supersymmetry and string theory exists, as many theorists expect, collision energies beyond the refitted LHC's 14TeV are widely considered essential. The most technologically mature option is the International Linear Collider (ILC)  an electronpositron collider with an initial collision energy of 500GeV and the potential to upgrade to 1TeV. The technology is well established, with a smaller version running at the DESY research centre in Hamburg.

The relation between Brain or Mind and Consciousness is unknown for quite a while. Several Theories and Compositions have been made by Neurologists all over the Globe; still, the relation is still not finite. We face the perception of Time every moment. This perception what Psychologists define as time is nothing but interference combined with interactions of one state of matter with the other which is stored as Memory in our Brain. Now Mind acts like a catalyst and makes us Aware in the process of Recall when we try to perceive time. The mind is the characteristics of our body which eventually drives the Brain. The Proposed BrainTime Matrix is the measure of various interactions of our mind in our everyday life measured by a 7D Matrix which contains components like Time, ManyWorlds, Space, Illusion or Loop Holes. These Dimensions differ from the String Theory and its expressions for Near Death Experiences or OutoftheBody with explanation is done in this paper. We also investigated on Ghost Particles which are elementary particles or sometimes an unknown field which creates a loophole, other than Fermions and Bosons and its interactions with the brain and the electromagnetic field. We also studied the theory of Consciousness and proved it relation with relation with God's Theorem. The paper represents the various functions of the brain with its relation with Quantum Entanglement and finally forms the BrainTime Matrix.