Geometric Supergravity in D = 11 and Its Hidden Supergroup

@inproceedings{Auria1981GeometricSI,
  title={Geometric Supergravity in D = 11 and Its Hidden Supergroup},
  author={Riccardo D’ Auria and Pietro Giuseppe Fr{\'e}},
  year={1981}
}

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