Gravity as a Gauge Theory on Three-Dimensional Noncommutative spaces
G. Manolakos*, D. Jurman, P. Manousselis and G. Zoupanos
August 22, 2018
August 24, 2018
We plan to translate the successful description of three-dimensional gravity as a gauge theory in the noncommutative framework, making use of the covariant coordinates. We consider two specific three-dimensional fuzzy spaces based on SU(2) and SU(1,1), which carry appropriate symmetry groups. These are the groups we are going to gauge in order to result with the transformations of the gauge fields (dreibein, spin connection and two extra Maxwell fields due to noncommutativity), their corresponding curvatures and eventually determine the action and the equations of motion. Finally, we verify their connection to three-dimensional gravity.
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