## 38 Citations

### A Gauge Field Theory for Continuous Spin Tachyons

- Physics
- 2018

We present a gauge field theory for unitary infinite dimensional tachyonic representations of the Poincar\'e group. It was obtained by a dimensional reduction from the gauge field theory for…

### Infinite Spin Fields in d = 3 and Beyond

- Physics, Mathematics
- 2017

In this paper, we consider the frame-like formulation for the so-called infinite (continuous) spin representations of the Poincare algebra. In the three-dimensional case, we give explicit Lagrangian…

### BRST approach to Lagrangian construction for bosonic continuous spin field

- PhysicsPhysics Letters B
- 2018

### Lagrangian formulation for the infinite spin N = 1 supermultiplets in d = 4

- PhysicsNuclear Physics B
- 2019

### Unified formulation for helicity and continuous spin fermionic fields

- PhysicsJournal of High Energy Physics
- 2018

A bstractWe propose a unified BRST formulation of general massless fermionic fields of arbitrary mixed-symmetry type in d-dimensional Minkowski space. Depending on the value of the real parameter the…

### Modified Wigner equations and continuous spin gauge field

- Physics
- 2018

In this paper, we first propose the bosonic (fermionic) modified Wigner equations for continuous spin particle (CSP). Secondly, starting from the (Fang-)Fronsdal-like equation, we will reach to the…

### Massless Infinite Spin (Super)particles and Fields

- Physics, MathematicsProceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics
- 2020

A new twistorial field formulation of a massless infinite spin particle is derived. We find a twistorial infinite spin field and derive its helicity decomposition. The twistorial equations of motion…

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- Physics
- 2015

We consider a gauge theory action for continuous spin particles formulated in a spacetime enlarged by an extra coordinate recently proposed by Schuster and Toro. It requires one scalar gauge field…

### Continuous-spin particle field theory with helicity correspondence

- Physics
- 2015

We propose the first covariant local action describing the propagation of a single free continuous-spin degree of freedom. The theory is simply formulated as a gauge theory in a ``vector…

### Group Theoretical Discussion of Relativistic Wave Equations.

- PhysicsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
- 1948

1 — The wave functions, ψ, describing the possible states of a quantum mechanical system form a linear vector space V which, in general,. is infinite dimensional and on which a positive definite…

### Continuous spin representations of the Poincaré and super-Poincaré groups

- Mathematics
- 2002

We construct Wigner’s continuous spin representations of the Poincare algebra for massless particles in higher dimensions. The states are labeled both by the length of a spacelike translation vector…

### Massless Fields with Integer Spin

- Mathematics
- 1978

The Fierz-Pauli Lagrangian for massive particles with arbitrary integral spin s, first obtained by Hagen and Singh, is examined in the limit of vanishing mass. Unexpectedly, a considerable…

### Massless fields with half-integral spin

- Physics
- 1978

The Fierz-Pauli Lagrangian for massive particles with spin s = n + 1/2, n integer, is examined in the limit of vanishing mass. A considerable simplification occurs. The potential h is a…

### Continuous spin representations from group contraction

- Mathematics
- 2005

We consider how the continuous spin representation (CSR) of the Poincare group in four dimensions can be generated by dimensional reduction. The analysis uses the front-form little group in five…

### 80 Years of Professor Wigner's Seminal Work "On Unitary Representations of the Inhomogeneous Lorentz Group"

- Physics
- 1939

It is perhaps the most fundamental principle of Quantum Mechanics that the system of states forms a linear manifold,1 in which a unitary scalar product is defined.2 The states are generally…

### Introduction to the Classical Theory of Higher Spins

- Physics
- 2005

We review main features and problems of higher spin field theory and flash some ways along which it has been developed over last decades.