Examples of four-dimensional soliton solutions and abnormal nuclear states

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The classical soliton solution is defined to be one that (1) has finite and nonzero rest mass, and (2) is contained in a finite region in space. Starting with a relativistic boson field with nonlinear coupling, four dimensional quantum soliton solutions are discussed by considering the classical solution and then quantizing it by a general canonical procedure. Remarks are then given on the generalization of the soliton mechanism to include fermions, leading to abnormal nuclear states. (SDF)

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Lee, T.D. January 1, 1975.

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The classical soliton solution is defined to be one that (1) has finite and nonzero rest mass, and (2) is contained in a finite region in space. Starting with a relativistic boson field with nonlinear coupling, four dimensional quantum soliton solutions are discussed by considering the classical solution and then quantizing it by a general canonical procedure. Remarks are then given on the generalization of the soliton mechanism to include fermions, leading to abnormal nuclear states. (SDF)

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  • Conference on extended systems in field theory, Paris, France, 26 Jun 1975

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Lee, T.D. Examples of four-dimensional soliton solutions and abnormal nuclear states, article, January 1, 1975; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc872090/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.