Generalized curve approach to elementary particles
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The theory developed in Ref. 1 is applied in a simplified form to a relativistic one-particle universe, and boundary symmetry conditions are imposed. The existence, for the particle, of a series of resonance states and a series of gauge states is derived. For the proton and the electron, a selection of such states accounts for the elementary particles observed to date.
Key WordsGeneralized curves wave algebras relativity group representations elementary particles resonance states gauge states dislocation line
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