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Non-abelian gauge theories as a consequence of perturbative quantum gauge invariance
Andreas Aste ; G"unter Scharf ;
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Date 2 Mar 1998
Journal Int.J.Mod.Phys. A14 (1999) 3421-3434
Subject hep-th
AbstractWe show for the case of interacting massless vector bosons, how the structure of Yang-Mills theories emerges automatically from a more fundamental concept, namely perturbative quantum gauge invariance. It turns out that the coupling in a non-abelian gauge theory is necessarily of Yang-Mills type plus divergence- and coboundary couplings. The extension of the method to massive gauge theories is briefly discussed.
Source arXiv, hep-th/9803011
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Review title: Interesting approach to quantum gauge invariance
Reviewer: reviewer163
Date: 17 March 2006 at 21:32 GMT.
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The article of Andreas Aste and Guenter Scharf is a kind of inversion of 't Hooft's proof that gauge theories are renormalizabl [...]


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