By M. Shifman, A. Yung
This booklet summarizes significant advances in severe solitons in supersymmetric theories, and their implications for knowing simple dynamical regularities of nonsupersymmetric theories. After a longer advent at the concept of severe solitons, together with a old creation, the authors specialise in 3 themes: non-Abelian strings and restricted monopoles; lowering the extent of supersymmetry; and area partitions as D brane prototypes. additionally they offer a radical overview of concerns on the leading edge, reminiscent of non-Abelian flux tubes. The publication offers an intensive precis of the present literature so researchers during this box can comprehend the heritage and comparable matters.
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