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Boost matrix elements of the homogeneous Lorentz group
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5.We shall utilize the expression given in Ref. 4 and its notation.
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8.See for example Ref. (3) above.
9.Note that this has been achieved since in Eq. (26) is just
10.R. L. Anderson, R. Ra̧czka, M. A. Rashid, and P. Winteritz, J. Math. Phys. 11, 1059 (1970). Note that in this reference the symbols k and n are used in place of and
11.We could not make use of this symmetry relation in Eq. (29) for the Lorentz group boost matrix elements since is not an integer.
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