Representations of classical groups on the lattice and its application to the field theory on discrete space-time

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Lorente, M.;
  • Subject: High Energy Physics - Lattice

We explore the mathematical consequences of the assumption of a discrete space-time. The fundamental laws of physics have to be translated into the language of discrete mathematics. We find integral transformations that leave the lattice of any dimension invariant and a... View more
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