| Jan Smit - Mathematics - 2002 - 271 pages
Clear and pedagogical introduction to quantum fields on a lattice, for advanced undergraduates and graduates. | |
| Tom Lancaster, Stephen J. Blundell - Science - 2014 - 512 pages
Quantum field theory provides the theoretical backbone to most modern physics. It explains the standard model of particle physics and the existence of the Higgs boson, the ... | |
| E. Brézin, Édouard Brezin - Mathematics - 2006 - 513 pages
Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Applications of Random Matrices in Physics, Les Houches, France, 6-25 June 2004 | |
| Martin Ammon, Johanna Erdmenger - Science - 2015 - 548 pages
The first textbook on this important topic, for graduate students and researchers in particle and condensed matter physics. | |
| V. P. Nair - Mathematics - 2005 - 557 pages
Quantum field theory, which started with Paul Dirac’s work shortly after the discovery of quantum mechanics, has produced an impressive and important array of results. Quantum ... | |
| Christof Gattringer, Christian Lang - Science - 2009 - 343 pages
This introduction to quantum chromodynamics presents the basic concepts and calculations in a clear and didactic style accessible to those new to the field. Readers will find ... | |
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