Little string theory

Summary

In theoretical physics, little string theory is a non-gravitational non-local theory in six spacetime dimensions that can be obtained as an effective theory of NS5-branes in the limit in which gravity decouples. Little string theories exhibit T-duality, much like the full string theory.

ReferencesEdit

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  • David Kutasov (2001). Introduction to Little String Theory (PDF). Spring School on Superstrings and Related Matters. Retrieved 2010-01-05.