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Comments on "Gauge Fields and Unparticles"

@article{Galloway2008CommentsO,
  title={Comments on "Gauge Fields and Unparticles"},
  author={Jamison Galloway and Damien Martin and David Stancato},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory},
  year={2008}
}
The derivation of Feynman rules for unparticles carrying standard model quantum numbers is discussed. In particular, this note demonstrates that an application of Mandelstam's approach to constructing a gauge-invariant action reproduces for unparticles the vertices one obtains through the usual minimal coupling scheme; other non-trivial requirements are satisfied as well. This approach is compared to an alternative method 0801.0892 that has recently been constructed by A. L. Licht. 
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