The Snyder Model and Quantum Field Theory
Keywords:Snyder model, noncommutative field theory
We review the main features of the relativistic Snyder model and its generalizations. We discuss the quantum field theory on this background using the standard formalism of noncommutative QFT and discuss the possibility of obtaining a finite theory.
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