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Introduction to algebraic and constructive quantum field theory

Author: John C Baez; Irving Ezra Segal; Zhengfang Zhou
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1992.
Series: Princeton series in physics.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John C Baez; Irving Ezra Segal; Zhengfang Zhou
ISBN: 0691085463 9780691085463 9780691605128 0691605122
OCLC Number: 23766021
Description: xvii, 291 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. The Free Boson Field. 1.2. Weyl and Heisenberg systems. 1.3. Functional integration. 1.4. Quasi-invariant distributions. 1.5. Absolute continuity. 1.6. Irreducibility and ergodicity. 1.7. The Fourier-Wiener transform. 1.8. The structure of [Gamma] and wave-particle duality. 1.9. Implications of wave-particle duality. 1.10. Characterization of the free boson field. 1.11. The complex wave representation. 1.12. Analytic features of the complex wave representation --
2. The Free Fermion Field. 2.1. Clifford systems. 2.2. Existence of the free fermion field. 2.3. The real wave representation. 2.4. The complex wave representation --
3. Properties of the Free Fields. 3.2. The exponential laws. 3.3. Irreducibility. 3.4. Representation of the orthogonal group by measure-preserving transformations. 3.5. Bosonic quantization of symplectic dynamics. 3.6. Fermionic quantization of orthogonal dynamics --
4. Absolute Continuity and Unitary Implementability. 4.2. Equivalence of distributions. 4.3. Quasi-invariant distributions and Weyl systems. 4.4. Ergodicity and irreducibility of Weyl pairs. 4.5. Infinite products of Hilbert spaces. 4.6. Affine transforms of the isonormal distribution. 4.7. Implementability of orthogonal transformations on the fermion field --
5. C*-Algebraic Quantization. 5.2. Weyl algebras over a linear symplectic space. 5.3. Regular states of the general boson field. 5.4. The representation-independent Clifford algebra. 5.5. Lexicon: The distribution of occupation numbers --
6. Quantization of Linear Differential Equations. 6.2. The Schrodinger equation. 6.3. Quantization of second-order equations. 6.4. Finite propagation velocity. 6.5. Quantization of the Dirac equation. 6.6. Quantization of global spaces of wave functions --
7. Renormalized Products of Quantum Fields. 7.1. The algebra of additive renormalization. 7.2. Renormalized products of the free boson field. 7.3. Regularity properties of boson field operators. 7.4. Renormalized local products of field operators --
8. Construction of Nonlinear Quantized Fields. 8.2. The L[subscript p] scale. 8.3. Renormalized products at fixed time. 8.4. Properties of fixed-time renormalization. 8.5. The semigroup generated by the interaction Hamiltonian. 8.6. The pseudo-interacting field. 8.7. Dynamic causality. 8.8. The local quantized equation of motion --
Appendix A Principal Notations --
Appendix B Universal Fields and the Quantization of Wave Equations.
Series Title: Princeton series in physics.
Responsibility: John C. Baez, Irving E. Segal, Zhengfang Zhou.
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The book provides an important overview and a useful synthesis of some significant contributions to the mathematical understanding of quantum field theory.--Physics Today

 
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