### Table 1: Overview on gauge formalisms: Gravity may be described by formulating a gauge theory of the a ne group. However, one has to ensure that the group, i.e. the Lie-algebra valued connection, applies to spacetime { is soldered to spacetime. This is done by splitting the connection into a linear part ? (with matrix indices that work on the basis e of the local tangent space) and an inhomogeneous part # (that replaces the holonomic coframe dx and thereby realizes a translational gauge). Analogously, the eld strength splits into the curvature R and the torsion T . Discarding the linear gauge (? 0), the theory reduces to teleparallelism.

### Table 9: Comparison of the results for the exponential correlation length with those obtained for the Z2 gauge model ( ~ denotes the dual of )

### Table 1: Comparison between the dynamical breaking of chiral symmetry in QCD and the dynamical breaking of gauge symmetry in the BCS theory.

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### TABLE I. Flavor representation of the fundamental and composite elds for SU(2) gauge theory with 2NF fundamentals.

### Table 2: The Sp theories satisfying the index constraint = G. The rst column gives the gauge group, the second column the eld content and the third column gives the phase of the low-energy theory. The last column gives a reference to where the low-energy solution of the given theory can be found. theory which provides the low-energy solution for the e ective U(1) gauge coupling. 4.1 SU(6) with 2

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