Ahmad, Mushfiq and Alam, Muhammad Shah (2014): NonAssociativity of Lorentz Transformation and Associative Reciprocal Symmetric Transformation. Published in: International Journal of Reciprocal Symmetry and Theoretical Physics , Vol. 1, No. 1 (15 April 2014): pp. 919.

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Abstract
Lorentz transformation is not associative. The nonassociativity makes it frame dependent; and it does not fulfill relativistic requirements including reciprocity principle. The non associativity also leads to ambiguities when three or more velocities are involved. We have proposed an associative Reciprocal Symmetric Transformation (RST) to replace Lorentz transformation. RST is complex and is compatible with Pauli and Dirac algebra.
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Original Title:  NonAssociativity of Lorentz Transformation and Associative Reciprocal Symmetric Transformation 
English Title:  NonAssociativity of Lorentz Transformation and Associative Reciprocal Symmetric Transformation 
Language:  English 
Keywords:  Lorentz boost; Nonassociativity; Reciprocity Principle; Reciprocal Symmetric Transformation; Thomas Precession; Quaternionic transformation; Pauli quaternion; Spin; Clifford algebra 
Subjects:  C  Mathematical and Quantitative Methods > C6  Mathematical Methods ; Programming Models ; Mathematical and Simulation Modeling > C65  Miscellaneous Mathematical Tools 
Item ID:  55869 
Depositing User:  Dr. Alim Al Ayub Ahmed 
Date Deposited:  11 May 2014 12:50 
Last Modified:  26 Sep 2019 10:16 
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