**Quantum Field Theory**

by A.N. Schellekens

1997**Number of pages**: 84

**Description**:

All particles in the standard model correspond to some field in a quantum field theory. Our task is to understand how this works, how to describe interactions of these particles using quantum field theory, and how to compute various processes.

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