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Why are conformal transformations so prevalent in physics?
What is it about conformal transformations that make them so widely applicable in physics? These preserve angles, in other words directions (locally), and I can understand that might be useful. Also, ...
Feb 25 '12 at 17:57
John R Ramsden
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