## Lecture Notes, Volume 2Prentice-Hall, 1965 - Mathematical physics |

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION | 5 |

THE SCHWINGERDYSON EQUATIONS | 35 |

HIGH ENERGY BEHAVIOR OF SCHWINGERDYSON | 48 |

Copyright | |

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3-dimensional amplitude analytic angular momentum antisymmetric asymptotic baryon Born series boson bound calculation commutation relations completely continuous components conservation law convergence corresponding coupling constant decay modes defined definite derivatives deuteron Dirac displacement dynamical effect eigenstate eigenvalues electric charge electromagnetic field elementary particle experimental expressed factor fermions field theory finite fundamental field G parity gauge invariant given graph Green's function Hamiltonian hermitian Hilbert space hypercharge infinitesimal integral equation isospin isotopic spin kernel Lagrange function Lagrangian leptonic Lorentz invariance mass matrix element momenta multiplet nucleonic charge obtain octuplet operator pair perturbation theory phase shift photon physical pions potential properties pseudoscalar quantum mechanical quantum numbers real axis renormalized representation resonance result S-matrix S-wave scattering singlet solution spectrum spin and parity strong interactions symmetry tensor term theorem tion transformation two-body unitary vacuum variables vector mesons vertex function wave function weak interactions Z-field zero