Serveur d'exploration sur l'opéra

Attention, ce site est en cours de développement !
Attention, site généré par des moyens informatiques à partir de corpus bruts.
Les informations ne sont donc pas validées.

Minimum length-maximum velocity

Identifieur interne : 000099 ( PascalFrancis/Corpus ); précédent : 000098; suivant : 000100

Minimum length-maximum velocity

Auteurs : Boris Panes

Source :

RBID : Pascal:12-0194224

Descripteurs français

English descriptors

Abstract

We study a framework where the hypothesis of a minimum length in space-time is complemented with the notion of reference frame invariance. It turns out natural to interpret the action of the obtained reference frame transformations in the context of doubly special relativity. As a consequence of this formalism we find interesting connections between the minimum length properties and the modified velocity-energy relation for ultra-relativistic particles. For example, we can predict the ratio between the minimum lengths in space and time using the results from OPERA on superluminal neutrinos.

Notice en format standard (ISO 2709)

Pour connaître la documentation sur le format Inist Standard.

pA  
A01 01  1    @0 1434-6044
A03   1    @0 Eur. phys. j., C Part. fields : (Print)
A05       @2 72
A06       @2 3
A08 01  1  ENG  @1 Minimum length-maximum velocity
A11 01  1    @1 PANES (Boris)
A14 01      @1 Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Hamburg @2 Hamburg @3 DEU @Z 1 aut.
A20       @2 1930.1-1930.8
A21       @1 2012
A23 01      @0 ENG
A43 01      @1 INIST @2 27152 @5 354000506912610300
A44       @0 0000 @1 © 2012 INIST-CNRS. All rights reserved.
A45       @0 38 ref.
A47 01  1    @0 12-0194224
A60       @1 P
A61       @0 A
A64 01  1    @0 European physical journal. C, Particles and fields : (Print)
A66 01      @0 DEU
C01 01    ENG  @0 We study a framework where the hypothesis of a minimum length in space-time is complemented with the notion of reference frame invariance. It turns out natural to interpret the action of the obtained reference frame transformations in the context of doubly special relativity. As a consequence of this formalism we find interesting connections between the minimum length properties and the modified velocity-energy relation for ultra-relativistic particles. For example, we can predict the ratio between the minimum lengths in space and time using the results from OPERA on superluminal neutrinos.
C02 01  3    @0 001B10
C03 01  3  FRE  @0 Espace temps @5 26
C03 01  3  ENG  @0 Space-time @5 26
C03 02  X  FRE  @0 Référentiel @5 27
C03 02  X  ENG  @0 Referential @5 27
C03 02  X  SPA  @0 Referencial @5 27
C03 03  3  FRE  @0 Invariance @5 28
C03 03  3  ENG  @0 Invariance @5 28
C03 04  3  FRE  @0 Relativité restreinte @5 29
C03 04  3  ENG  @0 Special relativity @5 29
C03 05  X  FRE  @0 Particule relativiste @5 30
C03 05  X  ENG  @0 Relativistic particle @5 30
C03 05  X  SPA  @0 Partícula relativista @5 30
C03 06  3  FRE  @0 Neutrino @5 31
C03 06  3  ENG  @0 Neutrinos @5 31
C03 07  3  FRE  @0 Physique mathématique @5 32
C03 07  3  ENG  @0 Mathematical physics @5 32
C03 08  3  FRE  @0 Particule élémentaire @5 33
C03 08  3  ENG  @0 Elementary particles @5 33
C03 09  3  FRE  @0 Particule sans masse @5 34
C03 09  3  ENG  @0 Massless particles @5 34
N21       @1 149
N44 01      @1 OTO
N82       @1 OTO

Format Inist (serveur)

NO : PASCAL 12-0194224 INIST
ET : Minimum length-maximum velocity
AU : PANES (Boris)
AF : Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Hamburg/Hamburg/Allemagne (1 aut.)
DT : Publication en série; Niveau analytique
SO : European physical journal. C, Particles and fields : (Print); ISSN 1434-6044; Allemagne; Da. 2012; Vol. 72; No. 3; 1930.1-1930.8; Bibl. 38 ref.
LA : Anglais
EA : We study a framework where the hypothesis of a minimum length in space-time is complemented with the notion of reference frame invariance. It turns out natural to interpret the action of the obtained reference frame transformations in the context of doubly special relativity. As a consequence of this formalism we find interesting connections between the minimum length properties and the modified velocity-energy relation for ultra-relativistic particles. For example, we can predict the ratio between the minimum lengths in space and time using the results from OPERA on superluminal neutrinos.
CC : 001B10
FD : Espace temps; Référentiel; Invariance; Relativité restreinte; Particule relativiste; Neutrino; Physique mathématique; Particule élémentaire; Particule sans masse
ED : Space-time; Referential; Invariance; Special relativity; Relativistic particle; Neutrinos; Mathematical physics; Elementary particles; Massless particles
SD : Referencial; Partícula relativista
LO : INIST-27152.354000506912610300
ID : 12-0194224

Links to Exploration step

Pascal:12-0194224

Le document en format XML

<record>
<TEI>
<teiHeader>
<fileDesc>
<titleStmt>
<title xml:lang="en" level="a">Minimum length-maximum velocity</title>
<author>
<name sortKey="Panes, Boris" sort="Panes, Boris" uniqKey="Panes B" first="Boris" last="Panes">Boris Panes</name>
<affiliation>
<inist:fA14 i1="01">
<s1>Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Hamburg</s1>
<s2>Hamburg</s2>
<s3>DEU</s3>
<sZ>1 aut.</sZ>
</inist:fA14>
</affiliation>
</author>
</titleStmt>
<publicationStmt>
<idno type="wicri:source">INIST</idno>
<idno type="inist">12-0194224</idno>
<date when="2012">2012</date>
<idno type="stanalyst">PASCAL 12-0194224 INIST</idno>
<idno type="RBID">Pascal:12-0194224</idno>
<idno type="wicri:Area/PascalFrancis/Corpus">000099</idno>
</publicationStmt>
<sourceDesc>
<biblStruct>
<analytic>
<title xml:lang="en" level="a">Minimum length-maximum velocity</title>
<author>
<name sortKey="Panes, Boris" sort="Panes, Boris" uniqKey="Panes B" first="Boris" last="Panes">Boris Panes</name>
<affiliation>
<inist:fA14 i1="01">
<s1>Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Hamburg</s1>
<s2>Hamburg</s2>
<s3>DEU</s3>
<sZ>1 aut.</sZ>
</inist:fA14>
</affiliation>
</author>
</analytic>
<series>
<title level="j" type="main">European physical journal. C, Particles and fields : (Print)</title>
<title level="j" type="abbreviated">Eur. phys. j., C Part. fields : (Print)</title>
<idno type="ISSN">1434-6044</idno>
<imprint>
<date when="2012">2012</date>
</imprint>
</series>
</biblStruct>
</sourceDesc>
<seriesStmt>
<title level="j" type="main">European physical journal. C, Particles and fields : (Print)</title>
<title level="j" type="abbreviated">Eur. phys. j., C Part. fields : (Print)</title>
<idno type="ISSN">1434-6044</idno>
</seriesStmt>
</fileDesc>
<profileDesc>
<textClass>
<keywords scheme="KwdEn" xml:lang="en">
<term>Elementary particles</term>
<term>Invariance</term>
<term>Massless particles</term>
<term>Mathematical physics</term>
<term>Neutrinos</term>
<term>Referential</term>
<term>Relativistic particle</term>
<term>Space-time</term>
<term>Special relativity</term>
</keywords>
<keywords scheme="Pascal" xml:lang="fr">
<term>Espace temps</term>
<term>Référentiel</term>
<term>Invariance</term>
<term>Relativité restreinte</term>
<term>Particule relativiste</term>
<term>Neutrino</term>
<term>Physique mathématique</term>
<term>Particule élémentaire</term>
<term>Particule sans masse</term>
</keywords>
</textClass>
</profileDesc>
</teiHeader>
<front>
<div type="abstract" xml:lang="en">We study a framework where the hypothesis of a minimum length in space-time is complemented with the notion of reference frame invariance. It turns out natural to interpret the action of the obtained reference frame transformations in the context of doubly special relativity. As a consequence of this formalism we find interesting connections between the minimum length properties and the modified velocity-energy relation for ultra-relativistic particles. For example, we can predict the ratio between the minimum lengths in space and time using the results from OPERA on superluminal neutrinos.</div>
</front>
</TEI>
<inist>
<standard h6="B">
<pA>
<fA01 i1="01" i2="1">
<s0>1434-6044</s0>
</fA01>
<fA03 i2="1">
<s0>Eur. phys. j., C Part. fields : (Print)</s0>
</fA03>
<fA05>
<s2>72</s2>
</fA05>
<fA06>
<s2>3</s2>
</fA06>
<fA08 i1="01" i2="1" l="ENG">
<s1>Minimum length-maximum velocity</s1>
</fA08>
<fA11 i1="01" i2="1">
<s1>PANES (Boris)</s1>
</fA11>
<fA14 i1="01">
<s1>Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Hamburg</s1>
<s2>Hamburg</s2>
<s3>DEU</s3>
<sZ>1 aut.</sZ>
</fA14>
<fA20>
<s2>1930.1-1930.8</s2>
</fA20>
<fA21>
<s1>2012</s1>
</fA21>
<fA23 i1="01">
<s0>ENG</s0>
</fA23>
<fA43 i1="01">
<s1>INIST</s1>
<s2>27152</s2>
<s5>354000506912610300</s5>
</fA43>
<fA44>
<s0>0000</s0>
<s1>© 2012 INIST-CNRS. All rights reserved.</s1>
</fA44>
<fA45>
<s0>38 ref.</s0>
</fA45>
<fA47 i1="01" i2="1">
<s0>12-0194224</s0>
</fA47>
<fA60>
<s1>P</s1>
</fA60>
<fA61>
<s0>A</s0>
</fA61>
<fA64 i1="01" i2="1">
<s0>European physical journal. C, Particles and fields : (Print)</s0>
</fA64>
<fA66 i1="01">
<s0>DEU</s0>
</fA66>
<fC01 i1="01" l="ENG">
<s0>We study a framework where the hypothesis of a minimum length in space-time is complemented with the notion of reference frame invariance. It turns out natural to interpret the action of the obtained reference frame transformations in the context of doubly special relativity. As a consequence of this formalism we find interesting connections between the minimum length properties and the modified velocity-energy relation for ultra-relativistic particles. For example, we can predict the ratio between the minimum lengths in space and time using the results from OPERA on superluminal neutrinos.</s0>
</fC01>
<fC02 i1="01" i2="3">
<s0>001B10</s0>
</fC02>
<fC03 i1="01" i2="3" l="FRE">
<s0>Espace temps</s0>
<s5>26</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="01" i2="3" l="ENG">
<s0>Space-time</s0>
<s5>26</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="02" i2="X" l="FRE">
<s0>Référentiel</s0>
<s5>27</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="02" i2="X" l="ENG">
<s0>Referential</s0>
<s5>27</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="02" i2="X" l="SPA">
<s0>Referencial</s0>
<s5>27</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="03" i2="3" l="FRE">
<s0>Invariance</s0>
<s5>28</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="03" i2="3" l="ENG">
<s0>Invariance</s0>
<s5>28</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="04" i2="3" l="FRE">
<s0>Relativité restreinte</s0>
<s5>29</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="04" i2="3" l="ENG">
<s0>Special relativity</s0>
<s5>29</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="05" i2="X" l="FRE">
<s0>Particule relativiste</s0>
<s5>30</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="05" i2="X" l="ENG">
<s0>Relativistic particle</s0>
<s5>30</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="05" i2="X" l="SPA">
<s0>Partícula relativista</s0>
<s5>30</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="06" i2="3" l="FRE">
<s0>Neutrino</s0>
<s5>31</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="06" i2="3" l="ENG">
<s0>Neutrinos</s0>
<s5>31</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="07" i2="3" l="FRE">
<s0>Physique mathématique</s0>
<s5>32</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="07" i2="3" l="ENG">
<s0>Mathematical physics</s0>
<s5>32</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="08" i2="3" l="FRE">
<s0>Particule élémentaire</s0>
<s5>33</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="08" i2="3" l="ENG">
<s0>Elementary particles</s0>
<s5>33</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="09" i2="3" l="FRE">
<s0>Particule sans masse</s0>
<s5>34</s5>
</fC03>
<fC03 i1="09" i2="3" l="ENG">
<s0>Massless particles</s0>
<s5>34</s5>
</fC03>
<fN21>
<s1>149</s1>
</fN21>
<fN44 i1="01">
<s1>OTO</s1>
</fN44>
<fN82>
<s1>OTO</s1>
</fN82>
</pA>
</standard>
<server>
<NO>PASCAL 12-0194224 INIST</NO>
<ET>Minimum length-maximum velocity</ET>
<AU>PANES (Boris)</AU>
<AF>Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Hamburg/Hamburg/Allemagne (1 aut.)</AF>
<DT>Publication en série; Niveau analytique</DT>
<SO>European physical journal. C, Particles and fields : (Print); ISSN 1434-6044; Allemagne; Da. 2012; Vol. 72; No. 3; 1930.1-1930.8; Bibl. 38 ref.</SO>
<LA>Anglais</LA>
<EA>We study a framework where the hypothesis of a minimum length in space-time is complemented with the notion of reference frame invariance. It turns out natural to interpret the action of the obtained reference frame transformations in the context of doubly special relativity. As a consequence of this formalism we find interesting connections between the minimum length properties and the modified velocity-energy relation for ultra-relativistic particles. For example, we can predict the ratio between the minimum lengths in space and time using the results from OPERA on superluminal neutrinos.</EA>
<CC>001B10</CC>
<FD>Espace temps; Référentiel; Invariance; Relativité restreinte; Particule relativiste; Neutrino; Physique mathématique; Particule élémentaire; Particule sans masse</FD>
<ED>Space-time; Referential; Invariance; Special relativity; Relativistic particle; Neutrinos; Mathematical physics; Elementary particles; Massless particles</ED>
<SD>Referencial; Partícula relativista</SD>
<LO>INIST-27152.354000506912610300</LO>
<ID>12-0194224</ID>
</server>
</inist>
</record>

Pour manipuler ce document sous Unix (Dilib)

EXPLOR_STEP=$WICRI_ROOT/Wicri/Musique/explor/OperaV1/Data/PascalFrancis/Corpus
HfdSelect -h $EXPLOR_STEP/biblio.hfd -nk 000099 | SxmlIndent | more

Ou

HfdSelect -h $EXPLOR_AREA/Data/PascalFrancis/Corpus/biblio.hfd -nk 000099 | SxmlIndent | more

Pour mettre un lien sur cette page dans le réseau Wicri

{{Explor lien
   |wiki=    Wicri/Musique
   |area=    OperaV1
   |flux=    PascalFrancis
   |étape=   Corpus
   |type=    RBID
   |clé=     Pascal:12-0194224
   |texte=   Minimum length-maximum velocity
}}

Wicri

This area was generated with Dilib version V0.6.21.
Data generation: Thu Apr 14 14:59:05 2016. Site generation: Thu Oct 8 06:48:41 2020