Geometrical and algebraic aspects of nonlinear field theory: proceedings of the meeting on geometrical and algebraic aspects of nonlinear field theory, Amalfi, Italy, May 23-28, 1988
Experts in general relativity, particle physics and mathematical physics discuss aspects of their recent research. The main emphasis is on the geometrical and algebraic methods used in solving a wide range of problems.
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Wave Functions and the Bundle Q for a WessZuraino Term
Quantum Theory for Multiply Connected Spaces
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