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* How to Build an Action Functional * The Action Functional in Quantum Mechanics * The Feynman Path Integral in Field Theory * Purturbative Evaluation of the FPR: (to the power of 4) Theory * PathExpand
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Classical direct interstring action
We generalize the classical action-at-a-distance theory between point particles to include one-dimensionally extended objects (strings) in space-time. We build parametrization-invariant couplingsExpand
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Dual Theory for Free Fermions
A wave equation for free fermions is proposed based on the structure of the dual theory for bosons. Its formal properties preserve the role played by the Virasoro algebra. Additional Ward-likeExpand
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Complex spinors and unified theories
In this paper delivered by Murray Gell-Mann at the Stony Brook Supergravity Workshop in 1979, several paths to unification are discussed, from N=8 supergravity to $SU_5$, $SO_{10}$, and $E_6$.Expand
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Functional similarities between retroviruses and the IS3 family of bacterial insertion sequences?
Members of the IS3 family of insertion sequences are found in a wide range of bacteria. At least 10 members of this family carry two major open reading frames: a small upstream frame (0 phase), and aExpand
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Theory of neutrinos: a white paper
This paper is a review of the present status of neutrino mass physics, which grew out of an APS sponsored study of neutrinos in 2004. After a discussion of the present knowledge of neutrino massesExpand
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Journeys Beyond The Standard Model
This book should be at the side of every particle and nuclear physics graduate student and professional. Expand
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Flavor group Δ(3n2)
The large neutrino mixing angles have generated interest in finite subgroups of SU(3), as clues towards understanding the flavor structure of the standard model. In this work, we study theExpand
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Simple finite non-Abelian flavor groups
The recently measured unexpected neutrino mixing patterns have caused a resurgence of interest in the study of finite flavor groups with two- and three-dimensional irreducible representations. ThisExpand
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A Universal Gauge Theory Model Based on E6
Abstract A universal gauge theory based on E6 is suggested as a model for the unification of strong, electromagnetic and weak interactions. Left and right components of six quarks (3 light, 3Expand
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