(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Does anybody know about an attempt to quantize teleparallel gravity?

I would like to learn more about it, canonical approaches preferred: is there a sound formalism to implement the constraints / symmetries? Do we know the physical Hilbert space? Can one construct Dirac observables? Does the construction of energy carry over to the quantized version?

If all this has NOT been done yet - why?

Last question: can one say that Einstein-Cartan-Gravity which is the basis for canonical LQG unifies both GR + teleparallel gravity, therefore the latter one is automatically "contained" in LQG?

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# (canonical) quantization of teleparallel gravity

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