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      Hamilton-Jacobi Formulation of Green-Schwarz Superstring

      Elegla, Hanaa A; Farahat, Naser I. (Springer US, 2010)
      The canonical formalism for fermion string ‘superstring’ theory is constructed by following the Hamilton-Jacobi prescription. The Hamiltonian mechanics of the Green-Schwarz superstring are discussed. The complete set of ...
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      Hamilton-Jacobi Formulation of Siegel Superparticle

      Farahat, Naser I.; Elegla, Hanaa A (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey, 2007)
      The Hamilton-Jacobi formalism of constrained systems is used to study Siegel superparticles moving in R^{4 mid 4} flat superspace. The equations of motion for a singular system are obtained as total differential equations ...
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      Path Integral Quantization of Brink-Schwarz Superparticle

      Farahat, Naser I.; Elegla, Hanaa A (2008)
      The quantization of the Brink-Schwarz superparticle is performed by canonical phase-space path integral. The supersymmetric particle is treated as a constrained system using the Hamilton-Jacobi approach. Since the equations ...
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      Path Integral Quantization of Spinning Superparticle

      Elegla, Hanaa A; Farahat, Naser I. (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey, 2008)
      The Hamilton-Jacobi formalism is used to discuss the path integral quantization of a spinning superparticle model. The equations of motion are obtained as total differential equations in many variables. The equations of ...
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      Path Integral Quantization of Superparticle with 1/4 Supersymmetry Breaking

      Farahat, Naser I.; Elegla, Hanaa A (2013)
      We present path integral quantization of a massive superparticle in 4 d= which preserves 1
    • Path integral quantization of superstring

      Elegla, Hanaa A; Farahat, Naser I. (World Scientific Publishing Company, 2010)
      Motivated by the Hamilton–Jacobi approach of constrained systems, we analyze the classical structure of a four-dimensional superstring. The equations of motion for a singular system are obtained as total differential ...