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Observable currents and a covariant Poisson algebra of physical observables

@article{DiazMarin2017ObservableCA,
  title={Observable currents and a covariant Poisson algebra of physical observables},
  author={Homero G. D'iaz-Mar'in and Jos{\'e} A. Zapata},
  journal={arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology},
  year={2017}
}
Observable currents are locally defined gauge invariant conserved currents; physical observables may be calculated integrating them on appropriate hypersurfaces. Due to the conservation law the hypersurfaces become irrelevant up to homology, and the main objects of interest become the observable currents them selves. Gauge inequivalent solutions can be distinguished by means of observable currents. With the aim of modeling spacetime local physics, we work on spacetime domains $U\subset M$ which… 

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