Hamiltonian formalism of general bimetric gravity
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We perform a Hamiltonian analysis of general bimetric gravity. We determine the four first class constraints that are generators of the diagonal diffeomorphism. We further analyze the remaining constraints and we present evidence that these constraints should be second class constraints in order to have a theory with the Hamiltonian constraint as the first class constraint.
KeywordsGhost Poisson Bracket Characteristic Polynomial Canonical Variable Minimal Polynomial
This work was supported by the Grant agency of the Czech Republic under the grant P201/12/G028.
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