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see also http://www.physicsoverflow.org/21784/yang-mills-millenium-question-and-dynin-formalism

The abstract claims ''An existence theorem of local and global solutions with mass-gap, is given for quantum super Yang-Mills PDE's''. However, upon superficially going through the paper I couldn't find a construction of solutions, the theorems seem to construct certain super-PDEs and prove properties of their solutions, but not construct the latter.

I found it impossible to read the paper in more detail as it is not self-contained and starts out with the undefined notion of a ''formally integrable and completely integrable quantum super PDE'' (a concept I don't know, first used in Theorem 2.2), and the introduction refers indiscriminately to dozens of references for background. This is a very poor writing style.

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