The existence of different types of gauge transformations in gauge theory and the theory of gravitation is established and they are defined in the language of fiber bundles.
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Sardanashvili, G.A. Determination of a gauge transformation group in gauge field theory. Soviet Physics Journal 27, 1050–1053 (1984). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00895210
- Field Theory
- Gauge Theory
- Gauge Transformation
- Fiber Bundle
- Transformation Group