3 edition of Conformal groups and related symmetries found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by A.O. Barut and H.-D. Doebner.|
|Series||Lecture notes in physics ;, 261|
|Contributions||Barut, A. O. 1926-, Doebner, H. D. 1931-, International Symposium on Conformal Groups and Conformal Structures (1985 : Arnold Sommerfeld Institute for Mathematical Physics)|
|LC Classifications||QC20.7.G76 C65 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 443 p. :|
|Number of Pages||443|
|LC Control Number||86026192|
A. O. Barut and H.-D. Doebner (Eds.), Conformal Groups and Related Symmetries: Physical Results and Mathematical Background, Proceedings of a Symposium held at the Arnold Sommerfeld Institute for Mathematical Physics (Springer-Verlag, Berlin; ); Google ScholarCited by: Symmetries and Groups in Contemporary Physics. by Chengming Bai,Jean-Pierre Gazeau,Mo-Lin Ge. Nankai Series in Pure, Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (Book 11) Thanks for Sharing! You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed : World Scientific Publishing Company.
This framework includes and extends our recent study of the Bondi–Metzner–Sachs (BMS) and Newman–Unti (NU) groups. The relation to conformal Galilei groups is clarified. Conformal Carroll symmetry is illustrated by 'Carrollian photons'. Motion both in the Newton–Cartan and Carroll spaces may be related to that of strings in the Bargmann Cited by: In elementary particle physics, cosmology and related fields, the key role is played by Lie groups and algebras corresponding to continuous symmetries. For example, relativistic physics is based on the Lorentz and Poincare groups, and the modern theory of elementary particles — the Standard Model — is based on gauge (local) symmetry with.
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(Eds.) Free Preview. Conformal Groups and Related Symmetries Physical Results and Mathematical Background Proceedings of a Symposium Held at the Arnold Sommerfeld Institute for Mathematical Physics (ASI) Technical University of Clausthal, Germany August 12–14, The theory of groups and symmetries is an important part of theoretical physics.
In elementary particle physics, cosmology and related fields, the key role is played by Lie groups and algebras corresponding to continuous : Hardcover. The second main goal of the book is to present a differential geometry of coset spaces that is actively used in investigations of models of quantum field theory, gravity and statistical physics.
The third goal is to explain the main ideas about the theory of conformal symmetries, which is. NASA/ADS. Conformal Groups and Related Symmetries Physical Results and Mathematical Background Barut, A.
O.; Doebner, H. Abstract. Publication: Conformal Groups and Related Symmetries Physical Results and Mathematical Background Cited by: In book: Conformal Groups and Related Symmetries Physical Results and Mathematical Background (pp) Christian Duval Request the chapter directly from the author on ResearchGate.
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The images used were properly referenced in the slides given to the stu-dents, though not all the references are appearing File Size: 6MB. In mathematical physics, the conformal symmetry of spacetime is expressed by an extension of the Poincaré group.
The extension includes special conformal transformations and dilations. In three spatial plus one time dimensions, conformal symmetry has 15 degrees of freedom: ten for the Poincaré group, four for special conformal transformations, and one for a dilation.
Harry Bateman and Ebenezer Cunningham were the first to study the conformal symmetry. The First Theorem deals with \global" symmetries (generated by nite Lie groups) and states that these symmetries lead to conserved charges.
The Second Theorem applies to local gauge symmetries (in nite dimensional Lie groups), containing arbitrary functions of spacetime (like Einstein’s theory of gravity) and shows that these gauge symmetriesFile Size: 1MB.
Conformal Groups and Related Symmetries Physical Results and Mathematical Background De — sitter representations and the particle concept, studied in an ur-theoretical cosmological model AuthorsCited by: 1. Gravitation and Gauge Symmetries sheds light on the connection between the intrinsic structure of gravity and the principle of gauge invariance, which may lead to a consistent unified field theory.
The first part of the book gives a systematic account of the structure of gravity as a theory based on spacetime gauge symmetries. The appearance of quantum groups in conformal field theories is traced back to the Poisson-Lie symmetries of the classical chiral theory.
A geometric quantization of the classical theory deforms. The book presents the main approaches in study of algebraic structures of symmetries in models of theoretical and mathematical physics, namely groups and Lie algebras and their deformations.
It covers the commonly encountered quantum groups (including Yangians). The second main goal of the book is to present a differential geometry of coset spaces that is actively used in investigations of Cited by: 5. The aim of the present communication is thus to show that the BMS and NU groups can be understood as conformal symmetries, namely as conformal Carroll groups introduced in this paper, associated with Carroll manifolds [6, 7].
Further extension to the NU group is also by: The main upshot of this article is the proof that the standard Newtonian cosmological model admits a dimensional group of (local) conformal-NC symmetries isomorphic to the formerly named “chronoprojective group”, of the flat canonical NC structure (see Section ) contains the dimensional (centreless) Schrödinger group as a Cited by: 6.
Chapter 18 Conformal Invariance the solutions had to transform into each other under the symmetries as a rep-resentation of the symmetry. The ﬁrst illustrations considered Schr¨odinger equations with symmetric potentials, such as the electrons in the spheri- 15 dimensional Lie algebra called the conformal symmetry Size: KB.
The (conformal) modulus is a conformal invariant and plays an important role in the study of conformal, qc and qr mappings; see [Je, Vas, LeVi, Ahl5, Vä1, Vu, Ri].
Let f: D → C ¯ be a qc mapping which is Q (z)- qc for a given function Q in L loc 1, Г is a path family in D and ρ ∈ adm Г. In elementary particle physics, cosmology and related fields, the key role is played by Lie groups and algebras corresponding to continuous symmetries.
For example, relativistic physics is based on the Lorentz and Poincare groups, and the modern theory of elementary particles the Standard Model is based on gauge (local) symmetry with the gauge. The properties of these groups are examined and the relevance to particle physics is n Haywood, author of Symmetries And Conservation Laws In Particle Physics, explains how his book can help experimental physicists and PhD students understand group theory and particle physics in our new video View the interview at http: //www.
Conformal groups and related symmetries: physical results and mathematical background: proceedings of a symposium held at the Arnold Sommerfeld Institute for Mathematical Physics (ASI), Technical University of Clausthal, Germany, AugustBarut, A.
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