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On the vector conformal models in an arbitrary dimension

@inproceedings{Asorey2021OnTV,
  title={On the vector conformal models in an arbitrary dimension},
  author={Manuel Asorey and Lesław Rachwał and Ilya Shapiro and Wagno Cesar e Silva},
  year={2021}
}
The conventional model of the gauge vector field is invariant under the local conformal symmetry only in the four-dimensional space (4d). Conformal generalization to an arbitrary dimension d is impossible even for the free theory, differently from scalar and fermion fields. We discuss how to overcome this restriction and eventually construct four vector conformal actions. One of these models is the particular case of the previously known conformal theory of n-forms and others are new, up to our… Expand

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