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#### Classical Implications of the Minimal Length Uncertainty Relation

We study the phenomenological implications of the classical limit of the "stringy" commutation relations [x_i,p_j]=i hbar[(1+beta p^2) delta_{ij} + beta' p_i p_j]. In particular, we investigate the "deformation" of Kepler's ...

#### On the physics of the minimal length: The question of gauge invariance

(World Scientific Publ Co Pte Ltd, 2016-04-20)

#### Observable Effects of Quantum Gravity

We discuss the generic phenomenology of quantum gravity and, in particular, argue that the observable effects of quantum gravity, associated with new, extended, non-local, non-particle-like quanta, and accompanied by a ...

#### IS QUANTUM GRAVITY A SUPER-QUANTUM THEORY?

(World Scientific Publ Co Pte Ltd, 2013-10-01)

#### Some Mutant Forms of Quantum Mechanics

(Amer Inst Physics, 2012-01-01)

#### Universal torsion induced interaction from large extra dimensions

(Amer Inst Physics, 2001-01-01)

#### Constraints on gauged B-3L(tau) and related theories

(American Physical Soc, 2001-04-01)

#### Exact solution of the harmonic oscillator in arbitrary dimensions with minimal length uncertainty relations

(American Physical Soc, 2002-06-15)

#### Effect of the minimal length uncertainty relation on the density of states and the cosmological constant problem

(American Physical Soc, 2002-06-15)

#### Short distance versus long distance physics: The classical limit of the minimal length uncertainty relation

(American Physical Soc, 2002-07-15)