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Eduardo C. Marino
出版情報:   1 online resource (xix, 516 pages)
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電子ブック

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R. Shankar, Yale University, Connecticut
出版情報:   1 online resource (xiv, 439 pages)
シリーズ名: Cambridge monographs on mathematical physics ;
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電子ブック

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N.D. Birrell and P.C.W. Davies
出版情報:   1 online resource (ix, 340 pages)
シリーズ名: Cambridge monographs on mathematical physics ;
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Introduction / 1:
Quantum field theory in Minkowski space / 2:
Quantum field theory in curved spacetime / 3:
Flat spacetime examples / 4:
Curved spacetime examples / 5:
Stress-tensor renormalization / 6:
Applications of renormalization techniques / 7:
Quantum black holes / 8:
Interacting fields / 9:
References
Index
Preface
Conventions and abbreviations
Scalar field / 2.1:
Quantization / 2.2:
Energy-momentum / 2.3:
Vacuum energy divergence / 2.4:
Dirac spinor field / 2.5:
Electromagnetic field / 2.6:
Green functions / 2.7:
Path-integral quantization / 2.8:
Spacetime structure / 3.1:
Scalar field quantization / 3.2:
Meaning of the particle concept: particle detectors / 3.3:
Cosmological particle creation: a simple example / 3.4:
Adiabatic vacuum / 3.5:
Adiabatic expansion of Green functions / 3.6:
Conformal vacuum / 3.7:
Fields of arbitrary spin in curved spacetime / 3.8:
Cylindrical two-dimensional spacetime / 4.1:
Use of Green functions / 4.2:
Boundary effects / 4.3:
Moving mirrors / 4.4:
Quantum field theory in Rindler space / 4.5:
Robertson-Walker spacetimes / 5.1:
Static Robertson-Walker spacetimes / 5.2:
The Milne universe / 5.3:
De Sitter space / 5.4:
Classification of conformal vacua / 5.5:
Bianchi I spacetimes and perturbation theory / 5.6:
The fundamental problem / 6.1:
Renormalization in the effective action / 6.2:
Conformal anomalies and the massless case / 6.3:
Computing the renormalized stress-tensor / 6.4:
Other regularization methods / 6.5:
Physical significance of the stress-tensor / 6.6:
Two-dimensional examples / 7.1:
Robertson-Walker models / 7.2:
Perturbation calculation of the stress-tensor / 7.3:
Cosmological considerations / 7.4:
Particle creation by a collapsing spherical body / 8.1:
Physical aspects of black hole emission / 8.2:
Eternal black holes / 8.3:
Analysis of the stress-tensor / 8.4:
Further developments / 8.5:
Calculation of S-matrix elements / 9.1:
Self-interacting scalar field in curved spacetime / 9.2:
Particle production due to interaction / 9.3:
Other effects of interactions / 9.4:
Introduction / 1:
Quantum field theory in Minkowski space / 2:
Quantum field theory in curved spacetime / 3:
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電子ブック

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Mike Guidry
出版情報: [Hoboken, N.J.] : Wiley Online Library, 2007  1 online resource (xv, 605 p.)
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Quantum Field Theory / Part I:
Relativistic Wave Equations / 1.:
Special Relativity and Spacetime / 1.1:
Contravariant and Covariant Vectors / 1.2:
Lorentz Transformations / 1.3:
Klein-Gordon Equation / 1.4:
Dirac Equation / 1.5:
Prescriptions for Negative-Energy States / 1.6:
Feynman Diagrams / 1.7:
Loops, Trees, and Infinities / 1.8:
Background and Further Reading / 1.9:
Canonical Quantization of Local Field Theories / 2.:
Quantization in Discrete Mechanics / 2.1:
General Properties of the Action / 2.2:
Lagrangian Densities for Free Fields / 2.3:
Quantization of the Real Scalar Field / 2.4:
Quantization of a Complex Scalar Field / 2.5:
Quantization of the Dirac Field / 2.6:
Quantization of the Electromagnetic Field / 2.7:
Noether's Theorem / 2.8:
Interactions between Fields / 2.9:
Perturbation Theory and Evaluation of the S-Matrix / 2.10:
Interaction Representation / 3.1:
Definition of the S-Matrix / 3.2:
Interaction Picture Fourier Expansions / 3.3:
Reduction by Wick's Theorem / 3.4:
Example: Self-Coupled Scalar Field / 3.5:
Differential Cross Sections / 3.6:
Example: Spinor Electrodynamics / 3.7:
Graphs That Are Excluded / 3.8:
Feynman Rules for Electrodynamics / 3.9:
Path Integral Quantization / 3.10:
Nonrelativistic Path Integral / 4.1:
Path Integral for Field Theory / 4.2:
Evaluation of Path Integrals / 4.3:
Grassmann Variables / 4.4:
Fermions in the Path Integral / 4.6:
Ghost Fields / 4.7:
Gauge Field Theories / 4.8:
Symmetry and Group Theory / 5.:
Introduction to the Theory of Groups / 5.1:
Lie Groups and Lie Algebras / 5.2:
Unitary Symmetries / 5.3:
Topological Properties / 5.4:
Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions / 5.5:
QED: Prototype Quantum Field Theory / 6.1:
Phenomenology of the Weak Interactions / 6.2:
Problems with the Fermi Phenomenology / 6.3:
Renormalization in QED / 6.4:
Renormalization and Weak Interactions / 6.5:
Yang--Mills Fields / 6.6:
Local Non-Abelian Gauge Invariance / 7.1:
Properties of Yang--Mills Fields / 7.2:
Path-Dependent Representations / 7.3:
Spontaneously Broken Symmetry and the Higgs Mechanism / 7.4:
Classical Symmetry Modes / 8.1:
A Simple Example / 8.2:
Goldstone Bosons / 8.3:
The Higgs Mechanism / 8.4:
Some General Remarks / 8.5:
Standard Electroweak Model / 8.6:
The Electroweak Gauge Group / 9.1:
Standard Model for Leptonic Interactions / 9.2:
Inclusion of Hadrons / 9.3:
Critique of the Standard Theory / 9.4:
The Strong Interactions and Quantum Chromodynamics / 9.5:
Properties of Quarks / 10.1:
Evidence for Gluons / 10.2:
Deep Inelastic Lepton Scattering / 10.3:
Partons / 10.4:
The Quark-Parton Model / 10.5:
Quantum Chromodynamics / 10.6:
Grand Unified Theories / 10.7:
Evolution of Coupling Constants / 11.1:
Minimal Criteria for a GUT Group / 11.2:
The SU (5) Grand Unified Theory / 11.3:
Decay of the Proton / 11.4:
Models and Applications / 11.5:
Models for QCD / 12.:
Confinement Phenomenology / 12.1:
Current Algebra and Chiral Symmetry / 12.2:
Linear [sigma]-Model / 12.3:
Chiral SU(3) [times] SU(3) Symmetry / 12.4:
Bag Models / 12.5:
Nonrelativistic Potential Models / 12.6:
Non-Perturbative Methods in Gauge Field Theories / 12.7:
Lattice Gauge Theory / 13.1:
Topology of Group Manifolds / 13.2:
Solitons in (1+1) Dimensions / 13.3:
Quantization of Solitons / 13.4:
More Dimensions and Derrick's Theorem / 13.5:
Topological Conservation Laws in (2+1) and (3+1) Dimensions / 13.6:
Yang-Mills Instantons / 13.7:
Skyrmions / 13.8:
Deconfined Quarks and Gluons / 13.9:
Deconfining and Chiral Phase Transitions / 14.1:
Simple Thermodynamical Considerations / 14.2:
Debye Screening in the Plasma / 14.3:
Finite Temperature Yang-Mills Theory / 14.4:
Chiral Phase Transition / 14.5:
Hydrodynamics at 1 GeV/Nucleon / 14.6:
Ultrarelativistic Hydrodynamics / 14.7:
Production of Baryon-Poor Plasmas / 14.8:
Experimental Evidence / 14.9:
Cosmology and Gauge Theories / 14.10:
The Hot Big Bang / 15.1:
Baryogenesis / 15.2:
Problems with the Hot Big Bang / 15.3:
Inflationary Cosmologies / 15.4:
Appendices / 15.5:
Natural Units / A.:
Hadronic Properties / B.:
Relativistic Kinematic Variables / C.:
Exercise Solutions / D.:
References
Index
Quantum Field Theory / Part I:
Relativistic Wave Equations / 1.:
Special Relativity and Spacetime / 1.1:
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電子ブック

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Franz Gross
出版情報: [Hoboken, N.J.] : Wiley Online Library, 2007  1 online resource (xiv, 629 p.)
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Quantum Theory of Radiation
Quantization of the Nonrelativistic String
Quantization of the Electromagnetic Field
Interaction of Radiation with Matter
Relativistic Equations
The Klein-Gordon Equation
The Dirac Equation
Application of the Dirac Equation
Elements of Quantum Field Theory
Second Quantization
Symmetries I
Interacting Field Theories
Quantum Electrodynamics
Loops and Introduction to Renormalization
Bound States and Unitarity
Symmetries and Gauge Theories
Symmetries II
Path Integrals
Quantum Chromodynamics and the Standard Model
Renormalization
The Renormalization Group and Asymptotic Freedom
Appendices
References
Index
Quantum Theory of Radiation
Quantization of the Nonrelativistic String
Quantization of the Electromagnetic Field
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