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Supersymmetry and Supergravity
The first edition of this book appeared in 1983 and was based on a series of lectures given at Princeton in 1983 by Julius Wess. Since the appearance of the first edition much work has been done onExpand
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Supergauge Transformations in Four-Dimensions
Abstract Supergauge transformations are defined in four space-time dimensions. Their commutators are shown to generate γ5 transformations and conformal transformations. Various kinds of multipletsExpand
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Consequences of anomalous ward identities
Abstract The anomalies of Ward identities are shown to satisfy consistency or integrability relations, which restrict their possible form. For the case of SU(3) × SU(3) we verify that the anomaliesExpand
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STRUCTURE OF PHENOMENOLOGICAL LAGRANGIANS. II.
The general method for constructing invariant phenomenological Lagrangians is described. The fields are assumed to transform according to (nonlinear) realizations of an internal symmetry group, givenExpand
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A lagrangian model invariant under supergauge transformations
We study, in the one-loop approximation, a Lagrangian model invariant under supergauge transformations. The model involves a scalar, a pseudoscalar and a spinor field. Supergauge invariance givesExpand
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Covariant differential calculus on the quantum hyperplane
Abstract We develop a differntial calculus on the quantum hyperplane covariant with respect to the action of the quantum group GLq(n). This is a concrete example of noncommutative differentialExpand
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A gravity theory on noncommutative spaces
A deformation of the algebra of diffeomorphisms is constructed for canonically deformed spaces with constant deformation parameter ?. The algebraic relations remain the same, whereas theExpand
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Gauge theory on noncommutative spaces
Abstract. We introduce a formulation of gauge theory on noncommutative spaces based on the notion of covariant coordinates. Some important examples are discussed in detail. A Seiberg-Witten map isExpand
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A superfield formulation of the non-linear realization of supersymmetry and its coupling to supergravity☆
Abstract A thorough investigation of the non-linear realization of supersymmetry is carried out both in flat space and in curved space (supergravity). A manageable superfield formulation is developedExpand
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Non-commutative Euclidean and Minkowski structures
A noncommutative *-algebra that generalizes the canonical commutation relations and that is covariant under the quantum groups SOq(3) or SOq(1, 3) is introduced. The generating elements of thisExpand
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