by Henriette Elvang, Yu-tin Huang
Publisher: arXiv 2013
Number of pages: 268
The purpose of this review is to bridge the gap between a standard course in quantum field theory and recent fascinating developments in the studies of on-shell scattering amplitudes. We build up the subject from basic quantum field theory, starting with Feynman rules for simple processes in Yukawa theory and QED.
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by Ivan G. Avramidi - New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
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.
by Mrinal Dasgupta - University of Manchester
Presently, all observational evidence points to the fact that Quantum Field Theory provides a good description of all known elementary particles. The scope of these lectures is to provide an introduction to the formalism of Quantum Field Theory.
by Mark Srednicki - Cambridge University Press
This introduction to quantum field theory will be of value not only to beginning students but also to practicing physicists interested in learning or reviewing specific topics. The material is presented in an intuitively clear and informal style.
by Chethan Krishnan - arXiv
These notes are an expanded version of lectures given in 2010. The aim is to provide a practical introduction to quantum field theory in curved spacetime and related black hole physics, with AdS / CFT as the loose motivation.