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Unfolded form of conformal equations in M dimensions and o(M+2)-modules
O.V. Shaynkman ; I.Yu. Tipunin ; M.A. Vasiliev ;
Date 13 Dec 2003
Subject High Energy Physics - Theory; Mathematical Physics | hep-th math-ph math.MP
AbstractA constructive procedure is proposed for formulation of linear differential equations invariant under global symmetry transformations forming a semi-simple Lie algebra f. Under certain conditions f-invariant systems of differential equations are shown to be associated with f-modules that are integrable with respect to some parabolic subalgebra of f. The suggested construction is motivated by the unfolded formulation of dynamical equations developed in the higher spin gauge theory and provides a starting point for generalization to the nonlinear case. It is applied to the conformal algebra o(M,2) to classify all linear conformally invariant differential equations in Minkowski space. Numerous examples of conformal equations are discussed from this perspective.
Source arXiv, hep-th/0401086
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