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Miguel Angel Virasoro


Miguel Angel Virasoro is an Argentine physicist who did most of his work in Italy. The Virasoro algebra is named after him. Together with Giorgio Parisi and Marc Mezard he discovered the

M. A. Virasoro, Subsidiary conditions and ghosts in dual-resonance models Phys. Rev. , D1 (1970) pp. 29332936. This is the paper where the Virasoro algebra was first introduced into string theory.

M. Mezard, G. Parisi and M.A. Virasoro, Spin Glass Theory and Beyond (Singapore 1988)

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