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by V.lG. Kiselev,Ya.M. Shnir,A.Ya. Tregubovich

eBook Introduction to Quantum Field Theory download ISBN: 9056992376
Author: V.lG. Kiselev,Ya.M. Shnir,A.Ya. Tregubovich
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (November 17, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 456
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This text aims to provide an introduction to the subject of quantum field theory without the complication of introducing its application areas such as elementary particle physics or statistical physics at the same time.

This text aims to provide an introduction to the subject of quantum field theory without the complication of introducing its application areas such as elementary particle physics or statistical physics at the same time. It explains those features of quantum and statistical field systems that result from their field-theoretic nature and are therefore common to different physical contexts. The reader is supplied with practical tools for carrying out calculations as well as a discussion of the meaning of the results.

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Kiselev, Yakov M. Shnir. Arthur Ya Tregubovich

Kiselev, Yakov M. Arthur Ya Tregubovich. This text aims to provide an introduction to the subject of quantum field theory without the complication of introducing its application areas such as elementary particle physics or statistical physics at the same time more.

Classical and Quantum Fields. Vacuum Energy in n4 Theory. Renormalization of the Effective Action. Renormalization Group. PART THREE: More Complex Fields and Objects: From Particles to Fields: Path Integral Fermions. Some Integrals and Products.

This text explains the features of quantum and statistical field systems that result from their field-theoretic nature and are common to different physical contexts

This text explains the features of quantum and statistical field systems that result from their field-theoretic nature and are common to different physical contexts. It supplies the practical tools for carrying out calculations and discusses the meaning of the results. The central concept is that of effective action (or free energy), and the main technical tool is the path integral, although other formalisms are also mentioned.

Shnir University of Cologne, Germany. Tregubovich Institute of Physics, National Academy of Sciences, Minsk, Belarus. CRC PR E S S Boca Raton London New York Washington, . As far as possible we have tried to be concise, we have tried to avoid the words 'it can be shown' and we have tried to present QFT in a way which is independent of any particular application to statistical or elementary particle physics.

Authors: Kiselev . G. This text explains the features of quantum and statistical field systems that result from their field-theoretic nature and are common to different physical contexts

Authors: Kiselev . Approximative price 15. 7 €. Subject to availability at the publisher. This text explains the features of quantum and statistical field systems that result from their field-theoretic nature and are common to different physical contexts.

This text explains the features of quantum and statistical field systems that result from their field-theoretic nature and are common to different physical contexts. It supplies the practical tools for carrying out calculations and discusses the meaning of the results. The central concept is that of effective action (or free energy), and the main technical tool is the path integral, although other formalisms are also mentioned. The author emphasizes the simplest models first, then progresses to discussions of real systems before addressing more general and rigorous conclusions. The book is structured around carefully selected problems, which are solved in detail.
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heart of sky
You want to know what is Casimir effect, renormalization and Callan-Symanzic Eqn, effective action and path integral. You take a standard QFT course (say, Weinberg or Peskin) and find yourself overwhelmed with peculiarities of Dirac spinors and Lorentz group representations. You feel you are not going anywhere: you are not learning QFT, really! Maybe you are even not a particle physicist after all. Then this book is for YOU! Authors do a great job explaining the essence of QFT (as an interacting theory with an infinite number degrees of freedom) using the scalar field Lagrangian with the quartic interaction as a prime example. It is amazing how far one actually can go with such a model! Each chapter contains an illustrative calculation of a physical quantity (say, the Casimir energy, Ch. 5), with all the details, and without unnecessary complications. One also learns a great deal of the path integral techniques (e.g. instantons), which is extremely important in a variety of fields (QCD, condensed matter, statistical physics, etc). Overall, a highly recommended reading.
Gabar
I've looked at many books on quantum field theory and this is without doubt the best introductory work I have found. The Weinberg book jumps in at the deep end, the Kaku book jumps in at about 6 feet deep but this one allows you to at least climb into the pool. It's a rare intelligence to be aware of how to lead one's reader along the learning curve and these authors display it. Typo errors occur at the rate of about one every two pages (did anyone read the proofs?) but they are easily discovered if one follows the math carefully.