Sudarshan, ECG and Mukunda, N (1983) Forms of relativistic dynamics with World Line Condition and separability. In: Foundations of Physics, 13 (3). pp. 385-393.
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he Dirac generator formalism for relativistic Hamiltonian dynamics is reviewed along with its extension to constraint formalism. In these theories evolution is with respect to a dynamically defined parameter, and thus time evolution involves an eleventh generator. These formulations evade the No-Interaction Theorem. But the incorporation of separability reopens the question, and together with the World Line Condition leads to a second no-interaction theorem for systems of three or more particles. Proofs are omitted, but the results of recent research in this area is highlighted.
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|Date Deposited:||22 Jul 2009 08:55|
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