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TMF, 1980, Volume 42, Number 2, Pages 204–212 (Mi tmf2361)  

Strictly localized states and particles

M. I. Shirokov


Abstract: We construct a new class of localised states of the scalar and spinor quantum field theory which propagate in a strictly causal manner. The particle properties of these states are discussed.

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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1980, 42:2, 134–140

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Received: 28.11.1978

Citation: M. I. Shirokov, “Strictly localized states and particles”, TMF, 42:2 (1980), 204–212; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 42:2 (1980), 134–140

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