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A systematic method is presented for processing the equations of motion of a
singular Lagrangian that in principle gets all dynamical degrees of freedom
together with the Lagrangian constraints and a number of identities between
the equations of motion. Then using these identities one can find the complete
set of the gauge transformations of the system. Different types of Schwinger
model are considered as examples and the related gauge transformations are
derived.
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