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Degrees of freedom in the infinite momentum frame
Lenny Susskind explains in this video at about 40min, as an extended object (for example a relativistic string) is boosted to the infinite momentum frame (sometimes called light cone frame), it has no ...
Dec 25 '12 at 0:19
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