A Hamiltonian Formulation of Nonsymmetric Gravitational Theories

@inproceedings{Clayton1995AHF,
  title={A Hamiltonian Formulation of Nonsymmetric Gravitational Theories},
  author={Michael A. Clayton},
  year={1995}
}
The dynamics of a class of nonsymmetric gravitational theories is presented in Hamiltonian form. The derivation begins with the first-order action, treating the generalized connection coefficients as the canonical coordinates and the densitised components of the inverse of the fundamental tensor as conjugate momenta. The phase space of the symmetric sector is enlarged compared to the conventional treatments of General Relativity (GR) by a canonical pair that represents the metric density and… 
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