| I.L Buchbinder, S Odintsov, L Shapiro - Science - 1992 - 424 pages
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 ... | |
| D. Bailin, Alexander Love - Science - 1994 - 322 pages
Designed as a sequel to the authors' Introduction to Gauge Field Theory, Supersymmetric Gauge Field Theory and String Theory introduces first-year graduate students to ... | |
| Steven Duplij, Julius Wess - Science - 2001 - 484 pages
A presentation of outstanding achievements and ideas, of both eastern and western scientists, both mathematicians and physicists. Their presentations of recent work on quantum ... | |
| P. Bandyopadhyay - Science - 1996 - 230 pages
This is a monograph on geometrical and topological features which arise in various quantization procedures. Quantization schemes consider the feasibility of arriving at a ... | |
| Sergio Cecotti - Science - 2015 - 424 pages
Adopting an elegant geometrical approach, this advanced pedagogical text describes deep and intuitive methods for understanding the subtle logic of supersymmetry while avoiding ... | |
| Pierre Ramond - Science - 1997 - 350 pages
Presents recent advances of perturbative relativistic field theory in a pedagogical and straightforward way. For graduate students who intend to specialize in high-energy physics. | |
| Sergei V. Ketov - Science - 2000 - 420 pages
The book is considered a systematic presentation of the modern quantum field theory of non-linear sigma-models. The contents is based on original papers. Geometrical properties ... | |
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