| Kerson Huang - Science - 2008 - 446 pages
A unique approach to quantum field theory, with emphasis on the principles of renormalization Quantum field theory is frequently approached from the perspective of particle ... | |
| Jørgen Rammer - Science - 2007
Quantum field theory is the application of quantum mechanics to systems with infinitely many degrees of freedom. This 2007 textbook presents quantum field theoretical ... | |
| Walter Dittrich, Holger Gies - Science - 2000 - 241 pages
This book is devoted to an investigation of the vacuum of quantum elec trodynamics (QED), relying on the perturbative effective action approach. If the vacuum is probed with ... | |
| Stephen L. Adler - Science - 2004
Quantum mechanics is our most successful physical theory. However, it raises conceptual issues that have perplexed physicists and philosophers of science for decades. This 2004 ... | |
| Michael Edward Peskin, Daniel V. Schroeder - Science - 1995 - 864 pages
"An Introduction to Quantum Field Theory" is a textbook intended for the graduate physics course covering relativistic quantum mechanics, quantum electrodynamics, and Feynman ... | |
| Naoto Nagaosa - Science - 1999 - 170 pages
In this book the author extends the concepts previously introduced in his "Quantum Field Theory in Condensed Matter Physics" to situations in which the strong electronic ... | |
| T. Borne, G. Lochak, H. Stumpf - Science - 2001 - 348 pages
This book, which presents a new view of quantum field theory, may serve as a research monograph and an alternative textbook examining topics which are not usually treated in ... | |
| Jean Zinn-Justin - Mathematics - 2007 - 464 pages
This work tries to provide an elementary introduction to the notions of continuum limit and universality in statistical systems with a large number of degrees of freedom. The ... | |
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