High Energy Particle Physics

   

Fractional Field Theory and Deep Terascale Physics

Authors: Ervin Goldfain

During the last decade, a number of important developments have surfaced concerning fractional calculus and its applications in various branches of fundamental and applied science. In particular, fractional field theory (FFT) represents an active area of research in mathematical physics whose motivation stems, in part, from its ability to shed light on many of open questions surrounding Quantum Field Theory (QFT), Standard Model for particle physics (SM) and Quantum Gravity Theories (QG). We review here some recent developments of FFT that promise to recover the physics of SM in the low-energy limit and solve some of its seemingly intractable puzzles.

Comments: 36 Pages. Published in PSTJ March 2012, Vol. 3, Issue 5, pp. 435 - 458

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