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Vladimir Trifonov

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[Q:] Haar Measure
Posted: Jun 17, 1996 8:58 PM
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One of the results of "A Linear Solution of the Four-Dimensionality Problem",
Europhysics Letters 32 (8), pp.621-626, (1995), is that integration over
spacetime S is run by Haar, not Lebesgue, since S receives a locally compact
non-Abelian Lie group {SU(2)xR+} structure, where R+ is the multiplicative
group of positive reals. Can a Riemannian metric over S be made (at least
weakly) consistent with this measure?

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