JMP  Vol.6 No.12 , September 2015
Local Particle-Ghost Symmetry
Author(s) Yoshiharu Kawamura*
ABSTRACT
We study the quantization of systems with local particle-ghost symmetries. The systems contain ordinary particles including gauge bosons and their counterparts obeying different statistics. The particle-ghost symmetries are new type of fermionic symmetries between ordinary particles and their ghost partners, different from the space-time supersymmetry and the BRST symmetry. There is a possibility that they are useful to explain phenomena of elementary particles at a more fundamental level, by extension of our systems. We show that our systems are formulated consistently or subsidiary conditions on states guarantee the unitarity of systems, as the first step towards the construction of a realistic fundamental theory.

Cite this paper
Kawamura, Y. (2015) Local Particle-Ghost Symmetry. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 1721-1736. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.612174.
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