On the Hamiltonian analysis of non-linear massive gravity

@article{Golovnev2012OnTH,
  title={On the Hamiltonian analysis of non-linear massive gravity},
  author={A. Golovnev},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={2012},
  volume={707},
  pages={404-408}
}
Abstract In this Letter we present a very simple and independent argument for the absence of the Boulware–Deser ghost in the recently proposed potentially ghost-free non-linear massive gravity. The limitation is that, in its simple form, the argument is, in a sense, non-constructive and less explicit than the standard approach. However, the formalism developed here may prove to be useful for discussing the formal aspects of the theory. 
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