On Nonlinear Gauge Theory from a Deformation Theory Perspective

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  title={On Nonlinear Gauge Theory from a Deformation Theory Perspective},
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  year={1999}
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  • Published 1999
Nonlinear gauge theory is a gauge theory based on a nonlinear Lie algebra (finite W algebra) or a Poisson algebra, which yields a canonical star product for deformation quantization as a correlator on a disk. We pursue nontrivial deformation of topological gauge theory with conjugate scalars in two dimensions. This leads to two-dimensional nonlinear gauge theory exclusively, which implies its essential uniqueness. We also consider a possible generalization to higher dimensions. Nonabelian Chern… CONTINUE READING
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