A Solution to Non-Linear Movement Equations of Nambu-Goto String

@inproceedings{Bollini2009AST,
  title={A Solution to Non-Linear Movement Equations of Nambu-Goto String},
  author={Carlos Guido Bollini and Maria Cossu Rocca},
  year={2009}
}
In this paper we solve the non-linear Lagrange's equations for the Nambu-Goto closed bosonic string. We show that Ultradistributions of Exponential Type (UET) are appropriate for the description in a consistent way string and string field theories. We also prove that the string field is a linear superposition of UET of compact support (CUET), and give the notion of anti-string. We evaluate the propagator for the string field, and calculate the convolution of two of them. 

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