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TMF, 1979, Volume 40, Number 1, Pages 15–27 (Mi tmf2795)  

This article is cited in 17 scientific papers (total in 17 papers)

Solitons in some geometrical field theories

B. M. Barbashov, V. V. Nesterenko, A. M. Chervyakov


Abstract: A geometrical approach is developed to two-dimensional field theories, in the framework of which a number of nonlinear models – the theory of gravitation with constant scalar curvature, the massless scalar Born–Infeld field, and also a relativistic string – an be described by a single nonlinear Liouville equation. The soliton solutions of this equation and their stability are investigated. It is shown that such solutions can be interpreted as particles with nonzero rest mass, and this interpretation is valid at both the classical and the quantum level.

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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1979, 40:1, 572–581

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Received: 08.06.1978

Citation: B. M. Barbashov, V. V. Nesterenko, A. M. Chervyakov, “Solitons in some geometrical field theories”, TMF, 40:1 (1979), 15–27; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 40:1 (1979), 572–581

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