General Solution to the U(1) Anomaly Equations.

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Summary of "General Solution to the U(1) Anomaly Equations."

The anomaly cancellation equations for the U(1) gauge group can be written as a cubic equation in n-1 integer variables, where n is the number of Weyl fermions carrying the U(1) charge. We solve this Diophantine cubic equation by providing a parametrization of the charges in terms of n-2 integers, and prove that this is the most general solution.


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Name: Physical review letters
ISSN: 1079-7114
Pages: 151601


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