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THE DUAL EMBEDDING METHOD IN D = 3
Improving the beginning steps of a previous work, we settle the dual embedding method (DEM) as an alternative and efficient method for obtaining dual equivalent actions also in D = 3. We show that weExpand
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Metafluid dynamics as a gauge field theory
In this paper, the analog of Maxwell electromagnetism for hydrodynamic turbulence, the metafluid dynamics, is extended in order to reformulate the metafluid dynamics as a gauge field theory. ThatExpand
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The effect of singular potentials on the harmonic oscillator
Abstract We address the problem of a quantum particle moving under interactions presenting singularities. The self-adjoint extension approach is used to guarantee that the Hamiltonian is self-adjointExpand
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Weyl ordering prescription for the quantum particle on the D-dimensional sphere
The energy eigenvalues of the quantum particle constrained in a surface of the sphere of D dimensions embedded in a $R^{D+1}$ space are obtained by using two different procedures: in the first, weExpand
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QCD gauge symmetries through Faddeev-Jackiw symplectic method
A bstractThe interactions between gluons are important in theories such as quantum chromodynamics. Therefore, to rediscover new features of well known methods in order to investigate the SU(3) gaugeExpand
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Clebsch parameterization from the symplectic point of view [rapid communication]
This Letter proposes an alternative systematic way to obtain a canonical Lagrangian formulation for rotational systems. This will be done in the symplectic framework and with the introduction ofExpand
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Supersymmetrization of radiation damping
We construct a supersymmetrized version of the model to the radiation damping introduced by the present authors (Mendes, Neves, Oliveira and Takakura 2005 Preprint hep-th/0503135). We discuss itsExpand
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EQUIVALENCE BETWEEN DIFFERENT CLASSICAL TREATMENTS OF THE O(N) NONLINEAR SIGMA MODEL AND THEIR FUNCTIONAL SCHRÖDINGER EQUATIONS
In this work we derive the Hamiltonian formalism of the O(N) nonlinear sigma model in its original version as a second-class constrained field theory and then as a first-class constrained fieldExpand
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Ju l 2 01 3 Symmetry considerations on radiation damping
Abstract It is well known that a direct Lagrangian description of radiation damping is still missing. In this paper we will use a specific approach of this problem which is the standard way to treatExpand
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