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DATE

1967-02

AUTHORS

G. Furlan, C. Rossetti

ABSTRACT

One of the most successful and popular trends in our present approach to Elementary Particle Physics seems to be, beside group theory, the method based on the so called “current algebra”. In these lectures we shall try to recall and summarize the main physical ideas and the most important results of this new approach as well as our present attitude toward still unsettled problems.As the subject is a rapidly developing one, our exposition will suffer from the imperfections of the theory, which is still at its heuristic stage. Namely, it is incomplete and the formulation is not the most elegant one, but, on the other hand, it offers many reasons for genuine enthusiasm, which we shall try to make evident. Thus, we apologize from the beginning for the personal plan of exposition and for the numerous interesting contributions which will not be mentioned explicity. More... »

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239-280

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