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DATE

2013-10

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Philip Schuster, Natalia Toro

ABSTRACT

We propose and quantize a local, covariant gauge-field action that unifies the description of all free helicity and continuous-spin degrees of freedom in a simple manner. This is the first field-theory action of any kind for continuous spin particles; it is consistent as a quantum theory and generalizes to any number of dimensions. The fields live on the null cone of an internal four-vector “spin-space”; in D dimensions a linearized gauge invariance reduces their physical content to a single function on a Euclidean (D − 2)-plane, on which the little group E(D − 2) acts naturally. A projective version of the action further reduces the physical content to SD−3, enabling a new local description of particles with any spin structure, and in particular a tower of all integer-helicity particles for D = 4. Gauge-invariant interactions with a background current are added in a straightforward manner. More... »

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61

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Journal of High Energy Physics

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10

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2013

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