MIT 8.821 String Theory and Holographic Duality, Fall 2014
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Instructor: Hong Liu
In this lecture, Prof. Liu finishes the discussion of the computation of the Wilson loop, calculates the Coulomb potential between a heavy quark and anti-quark in N=4 SYM theory,and generalizes the duality to a finite temperature boundry system.
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Tagged under: Wilson Loop,heavy quark,anti-quark,N=4 SYM theory,quantum termperature
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