By S. Duplij

ISBN-10: 1402013388

ISBN-13: 9781402013386

The publication is the 1st significant Encyclopedia which at the same time covers such well-established and sleek topics as quantum box concept, supersymmetry, supergravity, M-theory, black holes and quantum gravity, noncommutative geometry, illustration concept, different types and quantum teams, and their generalizations. the extreme ancient half "the SUSY story," greater than seven-hundred authored articles from greater than 250 high-level specialists (including Nobel Prize Winner Gerard 't Hooft), an in depth (50 pages) Subject/Article 3 point index and an writer index, make the SUSY Encyclopedia a great and critical booklet at the table of researchers, specialists, Ph.D. scholars, experts and execs in glossy tools of theoretical and mathematical physics.

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