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Metric Gauge Fields in Deformed Special Relativity

@article{Cardone2013MetricGF,
  title={Metric Gauge Fields in Deformed Special Relativity},
  author={Fabio Cardone and Roberto P. Mignani and Andrea Petrucci},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
  year={2013}
}
We show that, in the framework of Deformed Special Relativity (DSR), namely a (four-dimensional) generalization of the (local) space-time struc- ture based on an energy-dependent "deformation" of the usual Minkowski geometry, two kinds of gauge symmetries arise, whose spaces either coin- cide with the deformed Minkowski space or are just internal spaces to it. This is why we named them "metric gauge theories". In the case of the internal gauge fields, they are a consequence of the deformed… 

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