Ideal fermion delocalization in Higgsless models

@article{Chivukula2005IdealFD,
  title={Ideal fermion delocalization in Higgsless models},
  author={R. Sekhar Chivukula and Hong-jian He and Masafumi Kurachi and Elizabeth H. Simmons and Masaharu Tanabashi},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2005},
  volume={72},
  pages={015008}
}
In this note we examine the properties of deconstructed Higgsless models for the case of a fermion whose SU(2) properties arise from delocalization over many sites of the deconstructed lattice. We derive expressions for the correlation functions and use these to establish a generalized consistency relation among correlation functions. We discuss the form of the W boson wavefunction and show that if the probability distribution of the delocalized fermions is appropriately related to the W… 

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