A Direct Derivation of the Form of the Standard Model from GL(16)
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
FERMION PARTICLE SPECIES
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3-momenta 4-dimensional Blaha color SU(3 commutation relations complex spatial complexon field Complexon Quark Field Complexon Standard Model conventional coupling constant developed Dirac equation Dirac field Dirac particle doublet down-type quarks Electro ElectroWeak sector energy equations of motion experimental Faddeev-Popov ghost Field Fourier Expansion Four Fermion Species free dynamical equation fundamental theory gauge fields given by eq global SU(3 gluon Higgs mechanism invariant lagrangian density Lc boosts Lc covariance Lc group Lc spinor boost Lc transformations left-handed and right-handed leptonic leptonic sector light-front Lorentz group Lorentz transformations momentum space neutrinos Parity Violation path integral formulation Pauli matrices perturbation theory photon Phys physics Pingree-Hill Publishing quantization quantum field theory quark sector real and imaginary representation rotation Sc(co set of postulates space-time spatial momentum spin spontaneous symmetry breaking Standard Standard Model Strong interaction subgroup of GL(4 tachyon equation tachyon field tachyonic complexon tensor up-type quark Weak sector Yang-Mills