Nilpotence and the Generalized Uncertainty Principle (S)
DOI : 10.3844/ajssp.2013.99.111
Space Science International
Volume 1, Issue 2
We point out that some of the proposed generalized/modified uncertainty principles originate from solvable, or nilpotent at appropriate limits, "deformations" of Lie algebras. We briefly comment on formal aspects related to the well-posedness of one of these algebras. We point out a potential relation of such algebras with Classical Mechanics in the spirit of the symplectic non-squeezing theorem. We also point out their relation to a hierarchy of generalized measure theories emerging in a covariant formalism of quantum gravity.
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