Deformed special relativity and deformed symmetries in a canonical framework

@article{Ghosh2007DeformedSR,
  title={Deformed special relativity and deformed symmetries in a canonical framework},
  author={Subir Kumar Ghosh and Probir Pal},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2007},
  volume={75},
  pages={105021}
}
In this paper we have studied the nature of kinematical and dynamical laws in $\ensuremath{\kappa}$-Minkowski spacetime from a new perspective: the canonical phase space approach. We discuss a particular form of $\ensuremath{\kappa}$-Minkowski phase space algebra that yields the $\ensuremath{\kappa}$-extended finite Lorentz transformations derived in [D. Kimberly, J. Magueijo, and J. Medeiros, Phys. Rev. D 70, 084007 (2004).]. This is a particular form of a deformed special relativity model… 

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