# Massive relativistic particle models with bosonic counterpart of supersymmetry

@article{Fedoruk2005MassiveRP, title={Massive relativistic particle models with bosonic counterpart of supersymmetry}, author={Sergey Fedoruk and Jerzy Lukierski}, journal={Physics Letters B}, year={2005}, volume={632}, pages={371-378} }

## 11 Citations

### Gauge invariant Lagrangian formulation of higher spin massive bosonic field theory in AdS space

- Physics
- 2007

### Bosonized supersymmetry from the Majorana-Dirac-Staunton theory and massive higher-spin fields

- Physics
- 2008

We propose a (3+1)D linear set of covariant vector equations, which unify the spin-0 'new Dirac equation' with its spin-1/2 counterpart, proposed by Staunton. Our equations describe a spin-(0,1/2)…

### Massless higher spin D=4 superparticle with both N=1 supersymmetry and its bosonic counterpart

- Physics
- 2006

### Higher Spin Symmetries of the Free Schrödinger Equation

- Mathematics, Physics
- 2009

It is shown that the Schrodinger symmetry algebra of a free particle in spatial dimensions can be embedded into a representation of the higher spin algebra. The latter spans an infinite dimensional…

### Master higher-spin particle

- Physics
- 2006

We propose a ‘master’ higher-spin (HS) particle system. The particle model relevant to the unfolded formulation of HS theory, as well as the HS particle model with a bosonic counterpart of…

### On Goldstone Fields with Spin Higher than 1/2

- Physics
- 2019

We review the properties of 3d non-linear models of vector and vector-spinor Goldstone fields associated with the spontaneous breaking of certain higher-spin counterparts of supersymmetry (so-called…

### Generalized twistor transform and dualities with a new description of particles with spin beyond free and massless

- Physics
- 2007

A generalized twistor transform for spinning particles in 3+1 dimensions is constructed that beautifully unifies many types of spinning systems by mapping them to the same twistor Z{sub A}=({mu}{sup…

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