Effective Action in Quantum Gravity
In part one of Effective Action in Quantum Gravity, the book describes the principles of quantum field theory and the significance of and theory behind effective action. Part two deals with quantum field theory in curved space-time and the effective action. These two parts provide the tools for understanding the rest of the book, which is devoted to selected problems of quantum gravity where the effective action plays a major role. The book assumes only a basic understanding of quantum field theory and general relativity and will be of interest to postgraduate students and researchers in theoretical high-energy physics and gravitational theory.
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Effective Action in Quantum Field Theory
QUANTUM FIELD THEORY IN CURVED
The Renormalization Group Method in Curved
Renormalization Group Method and Effective
Unique Effective Action in Quantum Field Theory
Effective Action of Composite Fields in Curved
2-gravity arbitrary asymptotic conformal invariance asymptotically free Buchbinder I L calculation canonical quantization classical composite fields constraints construct contains coordinates corresponding coupling constants covariant derivative curvature curved space-time defined depend diagrams dimensional Dirac divergences effective coupling constants effective potential Einstein gravity equation of motion expression external gravitational field finite flat space flat space-time functional integral gauge condition gauge field gauge fixing gauge group gauge invariance gauge theories gauge transformations Green's functions Hamiltonian investigate Lagrangian Let us consider Let us introduce Lett massless matrix matter fields mean field metric non-minimal coupling non-minimal interaction Note Nucl obtain Odintsov S D one-loop approximation one-loop effective operator p-brane Phys quantum field theory quantum gravity relation renormalizability renormalization group equations second-rank tensor field solution spinor field structure tion torsion unique effective action vacuum energy values variables vector field vertex functions Vilkovisky Witt Yang-Mills Yukawa
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