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Lorentz-equivariant flow with four delays of neutral type

  title={Lorentz-equivariant flow with four delays of neutral type},
  author={Jayme De Luca},
We generalize electrodynamics with a second interaction in lightcone. The timereversible equations for two-body motion define a semiflow on C(R) with four state-dependent delays of neutral type and nonlinear gyroscopic terms. Furthermore, if the initial segment includes velocity discontinuities, their propagation requires two energetic corner conditions defining boundary layer neighborhoods of large velocities and small denominators. Finally, we discuss a motion restricted to a straight line… 

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