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Generalized Hamiltonian dynamics
Taking the Liouville theorem as a guiding principle, we propose a possible generalization of classical Hamiltonian dynamics to a three-dimensional phase space. The equation of motion involves twoExpand
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Dynamical Model of Elementary Particles Based on an Analogy with Superconductivity. II
It is suggested that the nucleon mass arises largely as a self-energy of some primary fermion field through the same mechanism as the appearance of energy gap in the theory of superconductivity. TheExpand
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Relativistic dispersion relation approach to photomeson production
Relativistic dispersion relations for photomeson production, analogous to the pion-nucleon scattering dispersion relations, are formulated without proof. The assumption that the 33 resonanceExpand
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String-Like Configurations in the Weinberg-Salam Theory
The Weinberg-Salam theory of electromagnetic and weak interactions admits classical configurations in which a pair of magnetic monopoles is bound by a flux string of the Z0 field. They give rise toExpand
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Strings, Monopoles and Gauge Fields
The Nielsen-Olesen interpretation of dual strings as Abrikosov flux lines is extended to the case of open-ended strings by adapting Dirac's description of magnetic monopoles to a London-type theory.Expand
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QUASI-PARTICLES AND GAUGE INVARIANCE IN THE THEORY OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
Ideas and techniques known in quantum electrodynamics have been applied to the Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer theoryof superconductivity. In an approximation which corresponds to a generalization of theExpand
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QCD and the string model
Abstract Infinitisimal variations of the path-dependent phase factor P exp(i∫σAμdzμ) in gauge theory are studied. They are shown to satisfy differential equations which are equivalent to those for aExpand
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