A Direct Derivation of the Form of the Standard Model from GL(16)

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Pingree-Hill Pub., 2008 - Mathematics - 124 pages
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This book provides a comprehensive derivation of the form of the Standard Model of Elementary Particles based on postulates grounded in GL(16). It shows that there are two possible general forms of the Standard Model based on the GL(16) group and quantum field theory. One form - the Complexon Standard Model - naturally leads to color SU(3). The other possible form implied by our derivation is the "vanilla" Standard Model. This study reduces the form of the Standard Model to space-time geometry and quantum field theory.

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THE NATURE OF A PHYSICAL DERIVATION OF A FUNDAMENTAL
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U3andU1
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FERMION PARTICLE SPECIES
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