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Canonical quantisation for classical integrable equations

Title
Canonical quantisation for classical integrable equations
Funding
ARC | Discovery Projects
Contract (GA) number
DP120101340
Start Date
2012/01/01
End Date
2014/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP120101340

 

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    We consider the Sp(2n) invariant formulation of higher spin fields on flat and curved backgrounds of constant curvature.In this formulation an infinite number of higher spin fields are packed into single scalar and spinor master fields (hyperfields) propagating on extended spaces, to be called hyperspaces, parametrized by tensorial coordinates.We show that the free field equations on flat and AdS-like hyperspaces are related to each other by a generalized conformal transformation of the scala...

    Massive Higher Spin Fields Coupled to a Scalar: Aspects of Interaction and Causality

    We consider in detail the most general cubic Lagrangian which describes an interaction between two identical higher spin fieldsin a triplet formulation with a scalar field, all fields having the same values of the mass. After performing the gauge fixing procedure we find that for the case of massive fields the gauge invariance does not guarantee the preservation of the correct number of propagating physical degrees of freedom. In order to get the correct number of degrees of freedom for the m...
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