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2017 | 83 | 206-211
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Hamilton-Jacobi/ Canonical Phase Transitions of Ashtekar LQG-Polyakov Strings: World Sheet Dynamics as Regelation through the d = 3 + 1 Spacetime

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The following paper takes up an Ashtekar connectio-dynamics and algebraic quantum field theoretic treatment of a relativistic quantum string without SUSY and hence in four spacetime dimensions treats the Polyakov dynamics of a relativistic quantum string given explicitly by the Polyakov path integral in terms of a “canonical” phase transition where the string is imagined as a thread regelating through the “ice cube” of spacetime.
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83
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206-211
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  • Department of Physics, Mumbai University, Lokmanya Tilak Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Kalina Campus, Kalina, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 098 Maharashtra, India
References
  • [1] K. A. Kabe, Phys. Rev. D (unpublished), hep-th/1002.2029. ibid., Con densed Geometry: Quantum Canonical Phase Transitions in the Loop. Quantum Gravity Regime, EJTP 10 101-110 (2013).
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