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Open string fields as matrices
 JHEP 0106 (2001) 061 [arXiv:hepth/0105129
"... We present a new representation of the string vertices of the cubic open string field theory. By using this threestring vertex, we attempt to identify open string fields as hugesized matrices by following Witten’s idea. By using these huge matrices, we obtain some results about the construction of ..."
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We present a new representation of the string vertices of the cubic open string field theory. By using this threestring vertex, we attempt to identify open string fields as hugesized matrices by following Witten’s idea. By using these huge matrices, we obtain some results about the construction
Open String Field Theory
, 2001
"... We construct an exact and finite classical solution in cubic open string field theory. The classical solution has a welldefined Fock space expression. Through the redefinition of a string field, the string field theory expanded around the classical solution can be transformed into the theory with a ..."
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We construct an exact and finite classical solution in cubic open string field theory. The classical solution has a welldefined Fock space expression. Through the redefinition of a string field, the string field theory expanded around the classical solution can be transformed into the theory
On exact tachyon potential in open string field theory
"... In these notes we revisit the tachyon lagrangian in the open string field theory using background independent approach of Witten from 1992. We claim that the tree level lagrangian (up to second order in derivatives and modulo some class of field redefinitions) is given by L = e −T (∂T) 2 + (1 + T)e ..."
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In these notes we revisit the tachyon lagrangian in the open string field theory using background independent approach of Witten from 1992. We claim that the tree level lagrangian (up to second order in derivatives and modulo some class of field redefinitions) is given by L = e −T (∂T) 2 + (1 + T
Comments on Schnabl’s analytic solution for tachyon condensation in Witten’s open string field theory
 hepth/0603159. – 9
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in Cubic Open String Field Theory
, 2002
"... We find marginal and scalar solutions in cubic open string field theory by using leftright splitting properties of a delta function. The marginal solution represents a marginal deformation generated by a U(1) current, and it is a generalized solution of the Wilson lines one given by the present aut ..."
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We find marginal and scalar solutions in cubic open string field theory by using leftright splitting properties of a delta function. The marginal solution represents a marginal deformation generated by a U(1) current, and it is a generalized solution of the Wilson lines one given by the present
Comments on Gauge Invariant Overlaps for Marginal Solutions in Open String Field Theory,” arXiv:0808.0355
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Comments on marginal deformations in open string field theory
"... In this short letter we present a class of remarkably simple solutions to Witten’s open string field theory that describe marginal deformations of the underlying boundary conformal field theory. The solutions we consider correspond to dimensionone matter primary operators that have nonsingular ope ..."
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In this short letter we present a class of remarkably simple solutions to Witten’s open string field theory that describe marginal deformations of the underlying boundary conformal field theory. The solutions we consider correspond to dimensionone matter primary operators that have non
Analytic methods in open string field theory,” Prog
 Theor. Phys
, 2012
"... We review the basics of recent developments of analytic methods in open string field theory. We in particular explain Schnabl’s analytic solution for tachyon condensation in detail, assuming only the basic knowledge on conformal field theory. Subject Index: 128 Contents ..."
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We review the basics of recent developments of analytic methods in open string field theory. We in particular explain Schnabl’s analytic solution for tachyon condensation in detail, assuming only the basic knowledge on conformal field theory. Subject Index: 128 Contents
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