Subject: what is noncommutative geometry?
Date: Wed May 3 15:24:10 2000
Posted by peter mucha
Grade level: grad (non-science)
School: philadelphia inquirer
City: philadelphia State/Province: pa
Area of science: Physics
I've been reading "The Elegant Universe" about string theory and this idea
came up. But as it said was that matrices replace X-Y coordinates. How
would that avoid defining time and space?
Re: what is noncommutative geometry?
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