
Author 
Iain T. Adamson 
ISBN10 
9780486462660 
Year 
2007 
Pages 
181 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Courier Corporation 
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Acclaimed by American Mathematical Monthly as "an excellent introduction,"this treatment ranges from basic definitions to important results and applications, introducing both the spirit and techniques of abstract algebra. It develops the elementary properties of rings and fields, explores extension fields and Galois theory, and examines numerous applications. 1982 edition.

Author 
T.D.. Lee 
ISBN10 
3718600323 
Year 
19810101 
Pages 
886 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
CRC Press 
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This unique book gives a unified presentation of the entire subject of particle physics, starting with a selfcontained discussion of quantum field theory and going on with the symmetry and interaction of particles. It expresses the author's personal approach to the subject, and will be useful to beginning students as well as seasoned workers in the field.

Author 
Michael E. Peskin 
ISBN10 
9780813345437 
Year 
19951002 
Pages 
864 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Hachette UK 
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An Introduction to Quantum Field Theory is a textbook intended for the graduate physics course covering relativistic quantum mechanics, quantum electrodynamics, and Feynman diagrams. The authors make these subjects accessible through carefully worked examples illustrating the technical aspects of the subject, and intuitive explanations of what is going on behind the mathematics. After presenting the basics of quantum electrodynamics, the authors discuss the theory of renormalization and its relation to statistical mechanics, and introduce the renormalization group. This discussion sets the stage for a discussion of the physical principles that underlie the fundamental interactions of elementary particle physics and their description by gauge field theories.

Author 
D. Bailin 
ISBN10 
075030281X 
Year 
19930101 
Pages 
380 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
CRC Press 
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Introduction to Gauge Field Theory provides comprehensive coverage of modern relativistic quantum field theory, emphasizing the details of actual calculations rather than the phenomenology of the applications. Forming a foundation in the subject, the book assumes knowledge of relativistic quantum mechanics, but not of quantum field theory. The book is ideal for graduate students, advanced undergraduates, and researchers in the field of particle physics.

Author 
Paul Roman 
ISBN10 
UOM:39015017220271 
Year 
1969 
Pages 
634 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
John Wiley & Sons 
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Author 
Ralph Blumenhagen 
ISBN10 
9783642004490 
Year 
20090731 
Pages 
265 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Springer Science & Business Media 
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Based on classtested notes, this text offers an introduction to Conformal Field Theory with a special emphasis on computational techniques of relevance for String Theory. It introduces Conformal Field Theory at a basic level, KacMoody algebras, oneloop partition functions, Superconformal Field Theories, Gepner Models and Boundary Conformal Field Theory. Eventually, the concept of orientifold constructions is explained in detail for the example of the bosonic string. In providing many detailed CFT calculations, this book is ideal for students and scientists intending to become acquainted with CFT techniques relevant for string theory but also for students and nonspecialists from related fields.

Author 
ShauJin Chang 
ISBN10 
9971506815 
Year 
1990 
Pages 
382 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
World Scientific 
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This book presents in a short volume the basics of quantum field theory and many body physics. The first part introduces the perturbative techniques without sophisticated apparatus and applies them to numerous problems including quantum electrodynamics (renormalization), Fermi and Bose gases, the Brueckner theory of nuclear system, liquid Helium and classical systems with noise. The material is clear, illustrative and the important points are stressed to help the reader get the understanding of what is crucial without overwhelming him with unnecessary detours or comments. The material in the second part ranges from variational principles to path integrals, discusses gauge theory, the renormalization group and classical solutions together with their applications.

Author 
George Sterman 
ISBN10 
0521311322 
Year 
19930826 
Pages 
572 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Cambridge University Press 
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This is a systematic presentation of Quantum Field Theory from first principles, emphasizing both theoretical concepts and experimental applications. Starting from introductory quantum and classical mechanics, this book develops the quantum field theories that make up the "Standard Model" of elementary processes. It derives the basic techniques and theorems that underly theory and experiment, including those that are the subject of theoretical development. Special attention is also given to the derivations of cross sections relevant to current highenergy experiments and to perturbative quantum chromodynamics, with examples drawn from electronpositron annihilation, deeply inelastic scattering and hadronhadron scattering. The first half of the book introduces the basic ideas of field theory. The discussion of mathematical issues is everywhere pedagogical and self contained. Topics include the role of internal symmetry and relativistic invariance, the path integral, gauge theories and spontaneous symmetry breaking, and cross sections in the Standard Model and the parton model. The material of this half is sufficient for an understanding of the Standard Model and its basic experimental consequences. The second half of the book deals with perturbative field theory beyond the lowestorder approximation. The issues of renormalization and unitarity, the renormalization group and asymptotic freedom, infrared divergences in quantum electrodynamics and infrared safety in quantum chromodynamics, jets, the perturbative basis of factorization at high energy and the operator product expansion are discussed. Exercises are included for each chapter, and several appendices complement the text.

Author 
Silvan S. Schweber 
ISBN10 
9780486139609 
Year 
20110912 
Pages 
944 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Courier Corporation 
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In a relatively simple presentation that remains close to familiar concepts, this text for upperlevel undergraduates and graduate students introduces modern developments of quantum field theory. "Combines thorough knowledge with a high degree of didactic ability and a delightful style." — Mathematical Reviews. 1961 edition.

Author 
Nobushige Kurokawa 
ISBN10 
9780821813553 
Year 
2012 
Pages 
226 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
American Mathematical Soc. 
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Author 
V.lG. Kiselev 
ISBN10 
9056992376 
Year 
20001117 
Pages 
456 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
CRC Press 
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This text explains the features of quantum and statistical field systems that result from their fieldtheoretic 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.

Author 
S.S. Horuzhy 
ISBN10 
9789400911796 
Year 
20121206 
Pages 
301 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Springer Science & Business Media 
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