Finite-action solutions of higher-order yang-mills-higgs theory in four dimensions View Full Text


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DATE

1986-03

AUTHORS

J. Burzlaff, D. H. Tchrakian

ABSTRACT

We study (generalized) Yang-Mills-Higgs theories with higher-order terms. We present topologically nontrivial finite-action solutions in a mini-model and discuss a more relevant model later. Although the ansatz we choose is notSO4 symmetric, it leads toSO4-invariant action densities and is compatible with the equations of motion for a wide class of models. More... »

PAGES

107-115

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