Since now time is 2-dimensional, coordinates of points X(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ^{[tex]\mu[/tex]}are dependent on both ([tex]\tau[/tex]_{1}, [tex]\tau[/tex]_{2}), and

if [tex]\tau[/tex]_{2}is infinite, it's a open string;

if [tex]\tau[/tex]_{2}is finite, it's a closed string.

How do you think so?

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# Can we view the string theory as defined on special 2-D time?

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