Interplay between Spacetime Curvature, Speed of Light and Quantum Deformations of Relativistic Symmetries

@article{Ballesteros2021InterplayBS,
  title={Interplay between Spacetime Curvature, Speed of Light and Quantum Deformations of Relativistic Symmetries},
  author={Angel Ballesteros and Giulia Gubitosi and Flavio Mercati},
  journal={Symmetry},
  year={2021},
  volume={13},
  pages={2099}
}
Recent work showed that κ-deformations can describe the quantum deformation of several relativistic models that have been proposed in the context of quantum gravity phenomenology. Starting from the Poincaré algebra of special-relativistic symmetries, one can toggle the curvature parameter Λ, the Planck scale quantum deformation parameter κ and the speed of light parameter c to move to the well-studied κ-Poincaré algebra, the (quantum) (A)dS algebra, the (quantum) Galilei and Carroll algebras… 
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