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Yang Mills model of interacting particles in the classical field theory

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Yang Mills model of interacting particles in the classical field theory
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 187

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The purpose is to study systems of interacting particles in the General Relativity context, by the principle of least action using purely classical concepts. The particles are described by a state tensor using a Clifford algebra for the kinematic part. The force fields, including gravitation, are described by connections on principle bundles.

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