differential form

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differential form

[‚dif·ə′ren·chəl ′fȯrm]
(mathematics)
A homogeneous polynomial in differentials.
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However, all curvature superfields and Lagrangian multipliers exhibit the same covariant BRST transformation: s(x) = -[[C.sup.ab], (x)], where [C.sub.ab] is a zero-form superfield ghost associated with [[OMEGA].sup.ab].
Associated with this ghost, we need to define the antighosts and their Lagrange multipliers as zero-form superfields:
We define the BRST ghost and antighost as zero-form superfields
The vocalic-form to zero-form comparisons of these nouns in EOE are, respectively, 1:11 tokens (including 1 in -u), 8:0 tokens (including 8 in -u), 26:0 tokens (including 25 in--u), and 13:16 tokens (including in 12 in -u).
The zero-forms heafud (x1 RGM) and heafod (x2 in WSG) can be added to these.

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