The Path Integral Approach to Quantum Mechanics
by Riccardo Rattazzi
Publisher: EPFL 2009
Number of pages: 110
Lecture Notes for Quantum Mechanics IV. From the table of contents: The path integral formalism; Functional and Euclidean methods; The semiclassical approximation; Instantons; Interaction with an external electromagnetic field.
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