Effective Action Approach to Quantum Field Theory
by Ivan G. Avramidi
Publisher: New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology 2001
Number of pages: 90
From the table of contents: Classical Field Theory (Models in field theory, Cauchy problem for Jacobi fields, Feynman propagator, Classical perturbation theory ...); Quantization of non-gauge field theories; Quantization of gauge field theories.
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