**Bosonization of Interacting Fermions in Arbitrary Dimensions**

by Peter Kopietz

**Publisher**: arXiv 2006**ISBN/ASIN**: 3540627200**Number of pages**: 287

**Description**:

In this book we describe a new non-perturbative approach to the fermionic many-body problem, which can be considered as a generalization to arbitrary dimensions of the well-known bosonization technique for one-dimensional fermions. Our approach is based on the direct calculation of correlation functions of interacting Fermi systems with dominant forward scattering via functional integration and Hubbard-Stratonovich transformations.

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