Gauge Fields and Strings
"Based on his own work, the author synthesizes the most promising approaches and ideals in field theory today. He presents such subjects as statistical mechanics, quantum field theory and their interrelation, continuous global symmetry, non-Abelian gauge fields, instantons and the quantam theory of loops, and quantum strings and random surfaces. This book is aimed at postgraduate students studying field theory and statistical mechanics, and for research workers in continuous global theory."--Provided by publisher.
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J Schwinger Phys Rev 94 1362 1954
ASYMPTOTIC FREEDOM AND
THE STRONG COUPLING
INSTANTONS IN ABELIAN SYSTEMS
TOPOLOGY OF GAUGE FIELDS
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according action amplitude appears approximation becomes bosonic boundary Chapter charge classical closed complex compute conclude condition conformal connected consider constant contains contribution correlation functions corresponding coupling critical defined depends derivation described determined dimension dimensional discuss divergence easy effective action energy equal equation excitations exists expansion expect expression fact factor fermions field finite formula function gauge given gives Hence identity implies important instantons integral interaction interesting introduce invariant lattice leading length limit lines loop mass massless means metric modes notice obtain operator particles partition function path phase physical possible present problem properties quantum quantum mechanics reason relation replaced representation result solution space string structure Substituting surface symmetry tensor term theory tion transformation transition variables vector zero
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The Theory of Critical Phenomena: An Introduction to the Renormalization Group
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