Algebraic Formulation of Dynamical Problems
The extension of Wigner supermultiplet theory of isospin to unitary symmetry has led to the consideration of SU(6) as the fundamental symmetry group for hadron physics . By this extension, such a phenomenon as the nuclear anomalous magnetic moment found simple and elegant explanation, despite the expectation that these phenomena could only be understood in the frame of orthodox dynamical theory. This success encouraged the thought that a further extension of the symmetry to include the Poincaré group would have given the basis for a fundamental dynamical theory of strong interactions .
KeywordsIrreducible Representation Symmetric Space Commutation Relation Lorentz Group Symmetry Algebra
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