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Gauge Theories

 Joseph-Louis Lagrange  
 1736-1813  Jean-le-Rond d'Alembert 
 1717-1783  Pierre-Louis Moreau de Maupertuis 
 1698-1759  Isaac Newton  
 1643-1727  Pierre de Fermat 
 1601-1665  

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Gauge Principle for Ideal Fluids & Variational Principle  by  Tsutomu Kambe

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Gauge Theory


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Tracking actual particles in a fluid.

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