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Gauge constraints and lorentz invariant solutions in the anomalous chiral schwinger model

Carmen I. Wehrstedt

Gauge constraints and lorentz invariant solutions in the anomalous chiral schwinger model

by Carmen I. Wehrstedt

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Published by Laurentian University Press in Sudbury, Ont .
Written in English


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StatementCarmen I. Wehrstedt
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 51 l. :
Number of Pages51
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20638190M
ISBN 100612165574
OCLC/WorldCa46521329

Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1 Compiler Compilers: Third International Workshop, CC '90 Schwerin, FRG, October 22–24, Proceedings. The integration measure dΩp ≡ (d3 p/(2π)3)(1/2ωp) is Lorentz invariant because it arises from the measure d4 pδ(p2 −m2)θ(p0); the factor exp(±ipx) is, of course, Lorentz invariant. We see that Eq. () as well as the first expression in Eq. () can be expressed together in the form ⎧ θ(t)e−iωp t (non-relativistic.

This book provides a comprehensive account of these recent developments, keeping the high-energy physics implications in focus. After an historical survey of the idea of extra dimensions, the book deals in detail with models of large extra dimensions, warped extra dimensions and other models such as universal extra dimensions. We regularize and renormalize, by functional integral techniques, the anomalous (ASM) and the chiral Schwinger model (CSM). The renormalization is done both semi-perturbatively (in terms of an expansion involving the exact photon propagator) and exactly.

The book discusses many subjects that, until now, can only be found in the research literature. In addition, it presents a plethora of new results. Combining classical and quantum field theory with group theory, differential geometry, and algebra, the book begins with a solid mathematical background that is used in the rest of the book. We summarize recent progress on the symmetric subtraction of the Non-Linear Sigma Model in D dimensions, based on the validity of a certain Local Functional Equation (LFE) encoding the invariance of the SU(2) Haar measure under local left transformations. The deformation of the classical non-linearly realized symmetry at the quantum level is analyzed by cohomological by: 1.


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