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Dynamics of Causal Fermion Systems - Field Equations and Correction Terms for a New Unified Physical Theory

@inproceedings{Kleiner2017DynamicsOC,
  title={Dynamics of Causal Fermion Systems - Field Equations and Correction Terms for a New Unified Physical Theory},
  author={Johannes Kleiner},
  year={2017}
}
The theory of causal fermion systems is a new physical theory which aims to describe a fundamental level of physical reality. Its mathematical core is the causal action principle. In this thesis, we develop a formalism which connects the causal action principle to a suitable notion of fields on space-time. We derive field equations from the causal action principle and find that the dynamics induced by the field equations conserve a symplectic form which gives rise to an Hamiltonian time… Expand
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