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Call number:9783319446035:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:From QCD Flux Tubes to Gravitational S-matrix and Back
Author(s): Victor Gorbenko
Date:2017
Size:1 online resource (XII, 133 p. 32 illus., 24 illus. in color p.)
Contents:Effective Field Theory for Relativistic Strings -- Worldsheet S-matrix -- Simplest Quantum Gravity -- Natural Tuning.-Flux Tube Spectrum from Thermodynamic Bethe Ansatz
ISBN:9783319446035
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Series:Springer 2017 package
Keywords: Physics , Quantum field theory , String theory , Gravitation , Cosmology , Physics , Quantum Field Theories, String Theory , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory , Cosmology
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Call number:9781608071302:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Microwave network design using the scattering matrix
Author(s): Januasz A. Dobrowolski
Date:2010
Edition:Artech House microwave library
Publisher:Artech House
Size:1 online resource (269 p.)
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. Theory of uniform waveguides -- 3. Theory of transmission lines -- 4. Wave variables and the scattering matrix -- 5. Signal analysis of multiport networks -- 6. Mode wave variables and mixed mode scattering matrix of differenti al networks -- 7. Noise wave variables and the scattering matrix -- 8. Noise analysis of multiport networks -- 9. Scattering functions in nonlinear modeling of microwave devices.
ISBN:9781608071296
Keywords: Microwave circuits. , Microwave communication systems. , S-matrix theory
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Call number:TK7876.D638::2016 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Scattering parameters in RF and microwave circuit analysis and design
Author(s): Janusz A. Dobrowolski
Date:2016
Publisher:Artech House
Size:402 p
Contents:Introduction -- Theory of uniform waveguides -- Theory of transmission lines -- Wave variables and the scattering matrix -- Signal analysis of multiport networks -- Mode wave variables and mixed-mode scattering matrix of differential networks -- Sig nal analysis of differential multiport networks -- Noise wave variables and the scattering matrix -- Noise analysis of multiport networks -- Differential- and common-mode waves and correlation matrices -- Noise analysis of differential netowrks -- Scatter ing functions in nonlinear modeling microwave devices
ISBN:9781630810931
Keywords: Microwave circuits , Microwave communication systems , S-matrix theory
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Call number:SPRINGER-2016-9783319153865:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Relativistic Many-Body Theory A New Field-Theoretical Approach
Author(s): Ingvar Lindgren
Date:2016
Edition:2nd ed. 2016
Size:1 online resource (5 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-319-15386-5
Contents:From the Contents: Introduction -- Time-Independent Formalism -- Time-Dependent Formalism -- S-Matrix -- Green's Functions -- Covariant Evolution Operator and Green's Operator -- Numerical Illustrations to Part II -- Covariant
Evolution Combined With Electron Correlation
ISBN:9783319153865
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Series:Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics: 63
Keywords: Physics , Quantum field theory , String theory , Quantum physics , Atomic structure , Molecular structure , Spectra , Physics , Quantum Field Theories, String Theory , Quantum Physics , Atomic/Molecular Structure and Spectra
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Call number:SPRINGER-2014-9783642540226:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Scattering Amplitudes in Gauge Theories [electronic resource]
Author(s): Johannes M Henn
Jan C Plefka
Date:2014
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
Note:At the fundamental level, the interactions of elementary particles are described by quantum gauge field theory. The quantitative implications of these interactions are captured by scattering amplitudes, traditionally computedusing Feynman diagrams. I n the past decade tremendous progress has been made in our understanding of and computational abilities with regard to scattering amplitudes in gauge theories, going beyond the traditional textbook approach.These advances build upon on-shell methods that focus on the analytic structure of the amplitudes, as well as on their recently discovered hidden symmetries. In fact, when expressed in suitable variables the amplitudes are much simplerthan anticipated and hidden patterns emerge. These modern methods a re of increasing importance in phenomenological applications arising from the need for high-precision predictions for the experiments carried out at the Large HadronCollider, as well as in foundational mathematical physics studies on the S-matrix in quant um field theory. Bridging the gap between introductory courses on quantum field theory and state-of-the-art research, these concise yetself-contained and course-tested lecture notes are well-suited for a one-semester graduate level course or as a self-st udy guide for anyone interested in fundamental aspects of quantum field theory and its applications. The numerousexercises and solutions included will help readers to embrace and apply the material presented in the main text
Contents:Introduction and Basics
Tree
Level Techniques
Loop
Level Structure
Advanced Topics
Renormalization Properties of Wilson Loops
Conventions and Useful Formulae
Solutions to the Exercises
References
ISBN:9783642540226
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Keywords: Mathematical physics , Quantum theory
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Call number:SPRINGER-2011-9781441983091:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Relativistic Many-Body Theory [electronic resource] : A New Field-Theoretical Approach
Author(s): Ingvar Lindgren
Date:2011
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
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Note:Relativistic Many-Body Theory treats for the first time the combination of relativistic atomic many-body theory with quantum-electrodynamics (QED) in a unified manner. This book can be regarded as a continuation of thebook by Lindgren and Morrison, Atomic Many-Body Theory (Springer 1986), which deals with the non-relativistic theory of many-electron systems, describing several means of treating the electron correlation to essentially all orders ofperturbation theory. The treatment of the present bo ok is based upon quantum-field theory, and demonstrates that when the procedure is carried to all orders of perturbation theory, two-particle systems are fully compatible with therelativistically covariant Bethe-Salpeter equation. This procedure can be ap plied to arbitrary open-shell systems, in analogy with the standard many-body theory, and it is also applicable to systems with more than two particles.Presently existing theoretical procedures for treating atomic systems are, in several cases, insufficie nt to explain the accurate experimental data recently obtained, particularly for highly charged ions. This shortcoming is expectedto be due to omission of combined QED-correlational effects, included in the new unified procedure. All methods treated in Re lativistic Many-Body Theory are illustrated with numerical examples. The main text is divided into threeparts. In Part I, the standard time-independent and time-dependent perturbation procedures are reviewed. Part II describes three methods for QED calcul ations, a) the standard S-matrix formulation, b) the Two-times Greens-functionmethod, developed by the St Petersburg Atomic Theory group, and c) the Covariant-evolution-operator (CEO) method, recently developed by the Gothenburg Atomic Theory group. In Pa rt III, the CEO method is combined with electroncorrelation to arbitrary order to a unified MBPT-QED procedure. In this procedure the electron correlation can be included to high order, and
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Contents:Introduction
Time
independent formalism
Time
dependent formalism
S
matrix
Greens functions
Covariant evolution operator and Greens operator
Numerical illustrations to Part II
Covariant evolution combined with electron correlation
The Bethe
Salpeter equation
Implementation of the MBPT
QED procedure with numerical results
Analytical treatment of the Bethe
Salpeter equation
Regularization and renormalization
Summary and Conclusions
Notations and definitions
Second quantization
Representations of states and operators
Dirac equation and the mome
ISBN:9781441983091
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Keywords: Quantum theory
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Call number:SPRINGER-2004-9781475743500:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:The Transition to Chaos Conservative Classical Systems and Quantum Manifestations
Author(s): Linda E Reichl
Date:2004
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (675 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-4350-0
Contents:1 Overview -- 2 Fundamental Concepts -- 3 Area-Preserving Maps -- 4 Global Properties -- 5 Random Matrix Theory -- 6 Bounded Quantum Systems -- 7 Manifestations of Chaos in Quantum Scattering Processes -- 8 Semiclassical Theory—Path
Integrals -- 9 Time-Periodic Systems -- 10 Stochastic Manifestations of Chaos -- A Classical Mechanics -- A.1 Newton’s Equations -- A.2 Lagrange’s Equations -- A.3 Hamilton’s Equations -- A.4 The Poisson Bracket -- A.5 Phase Space
Volume Conservation -- A.6 Action-Angle Coordinates -- A.7 Hamilton’s Principal Function -- A.8 References -- B Simple Models -- B.1 The Pendulum -- B.2 Double-Well Potential -- B.3 Infinite Square-Well Potential -- B.4 One-Dimensional
Hydrogen -- B.4.1 Zero Stark Field -- B.4.2 Nonzero Stark Field -- C Renormalization Integral -- C.3 References -- D Moyal Bracket -- D.1 The Wigner Function -- D.2 Ordering of Operators -- D.3 Moyal Bracket -- D.4 References -- E
Symmetries and the Hamiltonian Matrix -- E.1 Space-Time Symmetries -- E.1.1 Continuous Symmetries -- E.1.2 Discrete Symmetries -- E.2 Structure of the Hamiltonian Matrix -- E.2.1 Space-Time Homogeneity and Isotropy -- E.2.2 Time
Reversal Invariance -- E.3 References -- F Invariant Measures -- F.1 General Definition of Invariant Measure -- F.1.1 Invariant Metric (Length) -- F.1.2 Invariant Measure (Volume) -- F.2 Hermitian Matrices -- F.2.1 Real Symmetric
Matrix -- F.2.2 Complex Hermitian Matrices -- F.2.3 Quaternion Real Matrices -- F.2.4 General Formula for Invariant Measure of Hermitian Matrices -- F.3 Unitary Matrices -- F.3.1 Symmetric Unitary Matrices -- F.3.2 General Unitary
Matrices -- F.3.3 Symplectic Unitary Matrices -- F.3.4 General Formula for Invariant Measure of Unitary Matrices -- F.3.5 Orthogonal Matrices -- F.4 References -- G Quaternions -- G.1 References -- H Gaussian Ensembles -- H.1
Vandermonde Determinant -- H.2 Gaussian Unitary Ensemble (GUE) -- H.3 Gaussian Orthogonal Ensemble (GOE) -- H.4 Gaussian Symplectic Ensemble (GSE) -- H.5 References -- I Circular Ensembles -- 1.1 Vandermonde Determinant -- 1.2 Circular
Unitary Ensemble (CUE) -- 1.3 Circular Orthogonal Ensemble (COE) -- 1.4 Circular Symplectic Ensemble (COE) -- 1.5 References -- J Volume of Invariant Measure for Unitary Matrices -- J.1 References -- K Lorentzian Ensembles -- K.1
Normalization of AOE -- K.2 Relation Between COE and AOE -- K.4 Invariance of AOE under Inversion -- K.4.1 Robustness of AOE under Integration -- K.5 References -- L Grassmann Variables and Supermatrices -- L.1 Grassmann Variables --
L.2 Supermatrices -- L.2.1 Transpose of a Supermatrix -- L.2.2 Hermitian Adjoint of a Supermatrix -- L.2.3 Supertrace of a Supermatrix -- L.2.4 Determinant of a Supermatrix -- L.3 References -- M Average Response Function (GOE) -- M.3
Gaussian Integral for Response Function Generating Function -- M.4 Expectation Value of the Generating Function (Part 1) -- M.5 The Hubbard-Stratonovitch Transformation -- M.6 Expectation Value of the Generating Function (Part 2) --
M.7 Average Response Function Density -- M.7.1 Saddle Points for the Integration over a -- M.7.2 Saddle Points for the Integration over ? -- M.7.4 Wigner Semicircle Law -- M.8 References -- N Average S-Matrix (GOE) -- N.1 S-Matrix
Generating Function -- N.2 Average S-Matrix Generating Function -- N.3 Saddle Point Approximation -- N.4 Integration over Grassmann Variables -- N.5 References -- O Maxwell’s Equations for 2-d Billiards -- O.1 References -- P Lloyd’s
Model -- P.1 Localization Length -- P.2 References -- Q Hydrogen in a Constant Electric Field -- Q.1 The Schrödinger Equation -- Q.1.1 Equation for Relative Motion -- Q.2 One-Dimensional Hydrogen -- Q.3 References -- Author Index
ISBN:9781475743500
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Keywords: Physics , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Physics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity
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Call number:SPRINGER-2003-9783662084922:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Many-Particle Quantum Dynamics in Atomic and Molecular Fragmentation
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (11 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-08492-2
Contents:1 Kinematics of Atomic and Molecular Fragmentation Reactions -- 2 Recoil-Ion Momentum Spectroscopy and “Reaction Microscopes” -- 3 Multiparticle Imaging of Fast Molecular Ion Beams -- 4 Neutral—Atom Imaging Techniques -- 5 Collisional
Breakup in Coulomb Systems -- 6 Hyperspherical R-Matrix with Semiclassical Outgoing Waves -- 7 Convergent Close-Coupling Approach to Electron—Atom Collisions -- 8 Close-Coupling Approach to Multiple—Atomic Ionization -- 9 Numerical
Grid Methods -- 10 S-Matrix Approach to Intense—Field Processes in Many-Electron Systems -- 11 Quantum Orbits and Laser-Induced Nonsequential Double Ionization -- 12 Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory in Atomic Collisions -- 13
Electronic Collisions in Correlated Systems: From the Atomic to the Thermodynamic Limit -- 14 From Atoms to Molecules -- 15 Vector Correlations in Dissociative Photoionization of Simple Molecules Induced by Polarized Light -- 16
Relaxation Dynamics of Core Excited Molecules Probed by Auger-Electron—Ion Coincidences -- 17 Laser-Induced Fragmentation of Triatomic Hydrogen -- 18 Nonsequential Multiple Ionization in Strong Laser Fields -- 19 Helium Double
Ionization in Collisions with Electrons -- 20 Fast p—He Transfer Ionization Processes: A Window to Reveal the Non-s2 Contributions in the Momentum Wave Function of Ground—State He -- 21 Single and Multiple Ionization in Strong
Ion-Induced Fields -- 22 Coulomb-Explosion Imaging Studies of Molecular Relaxation and Rearrangement -- 23 Charged-Particle-Induced Molecular Fragmentation at Large Velocities -- 24 Electron—Interaction Effects in Ion-Induced
Rearrangement and Ionization Dynamics: A Theoretical Perspective -- 25 Ionization Dynamics in Atomic Collisions -- 26 Fragment—Imaging Studies of Dissociative Recombination
ISBN:9783662084922
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Series:Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics: 35
Keywords: Physics , Quantum physics , Atoms , Matter , Plasma (Ionized gases) , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Atoms and Molecules in Strong Fields, Laser Matter Interaction , Plasma Physics , Quantum Physics
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Title:High-Energy Particle Diffraction
Author(s): Vincenzo Barone
Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (410 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-04724-8
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. Preliminaries -- 3. Kinematics -- 4. The Relativistic S-Matrix -- 5. Regge Theory -- 6. Geometrical and s-Channel Models -- 7. Soft Diffraction: a Phenomenological Survey -- 8. The Pomeron in QCD -- 9. Deep
Inelastic Scattering -- 10. Phenomenology of Hard Diffraction -- 11. Hard Diffraction in QCD -- A. Conventions -- A.1 Four-Vectors -- A.2 Sudakov Parametrization -- A.3 Reference Frames -- A.4 Fermionic States -- B. Mellin Transforms
-- C. QCD Formulas -- C.2 Feynman Rules for QCD -- References
ISBN:9783662047248
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Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Physics , Particle and Nuclear Physics , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Call number:SPRINGER-2001-9783322801609:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Gauge Theories of the Strong and Electroweak Interaction
Author(s): Manfred Böhm
Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (784 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-322-80160-9
Contents:1 Phenomenological basis of gauge theories of strong, electromagnetic, and weak interactions -- 1.1 Elementary particles and their interactions -- 1.2 Elements of relativistic quantum field theory -- 1.3 The quark model of hadrons --
1.4 Basics of the electroweak interaction -- 1.5 The quark-parton model -- 1.6 Higher-order field-theoretical effects in QED -- 1.7 Towards gauge theories of strong and electroweak interactions -- 2 Quantum theory of Yang—Mills fields
-- 2.1 Green functions and S-matrix elements -- 2.2 Path-integral representation of quantum field theory -- 2.3 Local gauge invariance -- 2.4 Path-integral formulation of gauge theories -- 2.5 Renormalization of quantum field theories
-- 2.6 Renormalization group -- 2.7 Anomalies -- 2.8 Infrared and collinear singularities -- 2.9 Non-perturbative aspects of gauge theories -- 2.10 Lattice approximation of gauge theories -- 3 Quantum Chromodynamics -- 3.1 Asymptotic
freedom of QCD -- 3.2 QCD in deep-inelastic scattering -- 3.3 Perturbative Quantum Chromodynamics -- 3.4 Heavy-quark effective theory (HQET) -- 3.5 Light quarks and chiral perturbation theory -- 3.6 Results of lattice approximation of
QCD -- 3.7 Quark confinement -- 3.8 A test of QCD: the running of ?S -- 4 Gauge theories of the electroweak interaction -- 4.1 Spontaneous symmetry breaking -- 4.2 The Standard Model of the Electroweak Interaction -- 4.3 Simple
applications of the Electroweak Standard Model -- 4.4 Quantization of the Electroweak Standard Model -- 4.5 Renormalization of the Electroweak Standard Model -- 4.6 Electroweak radiative corrections -- 5 Extensions of the Standard
Model -- 5.1 Grand unified theories (GUTs) -- 5.2 Supersymmetry -- A Appendix -- A.1 Conventions -- A.2 Feynman rules for the Electroweak Standard Model -- General references
ISBN:9783322801609
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Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Physics , Particle and Nuclear Physics , Physics, general
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Call number:SPRINGER-2001-9781461513513:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Atoms, Solids, and Plasmas in Super-Intense Laser Fields
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Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (412 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-1351-3
Contents:1. Ultraintense Lasers and their Applications -- 2. Theory of Multiphoton Ionization of Atoms -- 3. Experiments of Multiphoton Dissociation and Ionization of Molecules -- 4. Two-color and Single-color Above Threshold Ionization -- 5.
High-Order Harmonic Generation -- 6. Clusters in Intense Laser Fields -- 7. Introduction to Laser-Plasma Interaction and its Applications -- 8. Experimental Study of Petawatt Laser Produced Plasmas -- 9. Relativistic Laser Plasma
Interactions -- 10. Dense Ultrafast Plasmas -- 11. Magnetic Fields and Solitons in Relativistic Plasmas -- 12. R-matrix-Floquet Theory of Two-Electron Atoms in Intense Laser Fields -- 13. Intense-Field Many-Body S-Matrix Theory:
Application to Recoil-Momentum Distributions for Laser-Induced Double Ionization -- 14. Electrons and Ions in Relativistic Laser Fields -- 15. The Classical and the Quantum Face of Above-Threshold Ionization -- 16. Relativistic Effects
in Non-Linear Atom-Laser Interactions at Ultrahigh Intensities -- 17. Plasmas at Solid State Density Generated by Ultra-Dhort Laser Pulses -- 18. Shock Wave Experiments and Equation of State of Dense Matter -- 19. Laser Particle
Acceleration in Plasmas -- 20. Elliptic Dichroism in Angular Distributions in Free-Free Transitions in Hydrogen -- 21. Shock Electromagnetic Waves Resulting from Higher Harmonics Generation in Transparent Solids -- 22. Study of Fast
Electron Propagation in Ultra-Intense Laser Pulse Interaction with Solid Targets using Rear side Optical Self-radiation and Reflectivity - Based Diagnostics -- 23. Demonstration of Hybridly Pumped Soft X-ray Laser -- 24. X-ray Emission
from Laser Irradiated Structured Gold Targets -- 25. Measurement of Spectral and Angular Distribution of Hard X-rays from Laser Produced Plasmas and their Application -- 26. Equation of State of Water in the Megabar Range -- 27. Xuv
Interferometry using High order Harmonics: Application to Plasma Diagnostics
ISBN:9781461513513
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Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Atoms , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Electrical engineering , Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Electrical Engineering , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics
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Title:Trends in Atomic and Molecular Physics
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (427 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-4259-9
Contents:1. Intense, Ultrashort, Laser-Solid Interactions -- 2. Intense-Field Many-Body S-Matrix Theory of Atomic and Molecular Processes in Femtosecond Laser Pulses -- 3. Structure and Properties of Atomic Clusters -- 4. Inner Shell
Ionization Processes -- 5. Electron Impact Ionisation: A Progress Report -- 6. Electron Impact Ionisation of Atoms and Molecules -- 7. Total Ionisation Cross Sections for Electron Scattering from Atomic and Molecular Targets Using
Quantum Mechanical Semi-empirical Approach from Threshold to 400 eV -- 8. Radiative Electron Capture and the Photoionization of Hydrogenlike Ions -- 9. Electron Excitation of Autoionizing States in Alkalis -- 10. Depopulation of
Low-Rydberg Atoms: A Semi-classical Study -- 11. Chemical Binding and Electron Correlation Effect Studied by Inelastic X-ray and High Energy Electron Spectroscopy -- 12. Quantum Optical Resonance -- 13. Collision Physics as a Tool for
Environmental Physics -- 14. Confined Atoms: A New Path Towards Controlled Orbital Collapse -- 15. Ionization of Atoms Under Heavy Particle Impact -- 16. Classical and Quantum Mechanical Investigations on Charge Transfer in Heavy
Ion-Atom Interactions -- 17. Low Energy Electron Emission in Fast Ion-Atom Collisions -- 18. Neutral Atom Traps for Bose-Einstein Condensation -- 19. Correlation and Photoionization: Retrospect and Prospect -- 20. Low Energy
Photoionization in the Ar Isoelectronic Sequence: Complex Effects of Z -- 21. Z-Dependence of Photoabsorption Properties in Isoelectronic Sequences -- 22. Multiphoton and Multistep Laser Ionisation Spectroscopy of Atoms -- 23.
Radiative Lifetime Measurements and Study of Perturbed Electronic States of NO2 -- 24. Electron Exchange Model Potential: Application to Positronium Scattering from Atoms and Molecules -- Indian Society for Atomic and Molecular Physics
ISBN:9781461542599
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Keywords: Physics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Atoms , Atomic structure , Molecular structure , Spectra , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Atomic/Molecular Structure and Spectra , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons
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Call number:SPRINGER-1998-9783540697251:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Irreversibility and Causality Semigroups and Rigged Hilbert Spaces A Selection of Articles Presented at the 21st International Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods in Physics (ICGTMP) at Goslar, Germany, July 16–21, 1996
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Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (388 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0106772
Contents:Quantum mechanics beyond hilbert space -- Gamow states in a rigged hilbert space -- Some general properties of the liouville operator -- On dynamical semigroups and open systems -- Covariant quantum dynamical semigroups: Unbounded
generators -- Quantum stochastic semigroups and their generators -- From stochastic semigroups to chaotic dynamics -- Complete positivity and neutral kaon decay -- Conventional and S-matrix approaches to hadronic resonances -- Z boson
resonance parameters -- Quantum theory in the rigged hilbert space — Irreversibility from causality -- Causality, particle localization and positivity of the energy -- Quantum scattering of resonances: Poles of a continued S-matrix and
poles of an extended resolvent -- Accidental degeneracy and berry phase of resonant states -- The global nature of the arrow of time and the bohm-reichenbach diagram -- CP-violation problem beyond the standard lee-oehme-yang theory --
K 0 ? system in the rigged hilbert space quantum mechanics -- The lax-phillips semigroup of the unstable quantum system -- A geometrical approach to calculating determinants of Wiener-Hopf operators -- Time scale, objectivity and
irreversibility in quantum mechanics -- Indirect measurements and the mirror theorem: A liouville formulation of quantum mechanics -- Semigroups and antieigenvalues
ISBN:9783540697251
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Series:Lecture Notes in Physics: 504-504
Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Physics , Quantum physics , Quantum computers , Spintronics , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Mathematics , Analysis , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics , Quantum Information Technology, Spintronics , Quantum Physics
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Title:Supersymmetry and Quantum Field Theory Proceedings of the D. Volkov Memorial Seminar Held in Kharkov, Ukraine, 5–7 January 1997
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Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (408 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0105222
Contents:Last interview with D.V. volkov -- p-Brane chemistry -- Intersecting branes and supersymmetry -- Properties of intersecting p-branes in various dimensions -- Super D-branes -- Volkov-akulov theory and D-branes -- Ten to eleven: It is
not too late -- Aspects of superembeddings -- Superbrane actions and geometrical approach -- The M theory five-brane and the heterotic string -- A linear representation for the topological extensions of the poincaré superalgebra in
d=11 -- On the construction of global duality maps in strings and supermembrane theories -- Planckian energy scattering of D-branes and M(atrix) theory in curved space -- Self-duality in nonlinear electromagnetism -- Progress toward A
classical (SUSY)2 4D, N=1 green-schwarz ?-model action -- N=4 supersymmetric integrable systems -- On some puzzles in N=2 supersymmetric gauge theory -- Alternative formulations of N=2 supesymmetric gauge theory in harmonic superspace
-- Lie-algebraic characterization of 2D (super-)integrable models -- Universal hidden supersymmetry in classical mechanics and its local extension -- The hamiltonian structure of the “bosonic” and “fermionic” extensions of N=2 KdV
hierarchy -- Mass generation in the supersymmetric Nambu-Jona-Lasinio model in an external magnetic field -- On extension of minimality principle in supersymmetric electrodynamics -- Stochastic Wess-Zumino-Witten models -- On (k ?
l/q)-dimensional supermanifolds -- Let the spin and the charges unify -- Kerr spinning particle and superparticle models -- Spinons and parafermions in fermion cosets -- Exact solutions in Einstein-Yang-Mills theories -- Higher
massless irreducible spins in the BRST approach -- Sonoluminescence and black holes as sources of squeezed light -- Remark concerning integrable Hamilton systems -- q-Deformed heisenberg algebra -- Supersymmetric reflection matrices --
Deformed oscillator algebras and higher-spin gauge interactions of matter fields in 2+1 dimensions -- Universality of the R-deformed heisenberg algebra -- The dual algebra of the Jordanian GLg,h(2) -- Supertraces on some deformations
of heisenberg superalgebra -- Harish-chandra embedding and q-analogues of bounded symmetric domains -- q-differential calculus and deformed light-cone -- 0) and infinitesimal transformations -- Integrating a generic algebra -- On the
quantization of half-integer spin fields -- S-matrix in the generalized quantization method -- Regge poles in nucleon-nucleon and nucleon-antinucleon scattering amplitudes -- SU(3) × SU(3) symmetry and the baryon-meson coupling
constants -- Phenomenological lagrangian for spin waves -- Possible universal neutrino interaction -- Higgs effect for goldstone particles with spin 1/2 -- Gauge fields on superspaces with different holonomy groups -- Spontaneous
compactification of subspace due to interaction of the einstein fields with the gauge fields -- Hamiltonian systems with even and odd poisson brackets: duality of their conservation laws
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Title:Effective Lagrangians for the Standard Model
Author(s): Antonio Dobado
Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (316 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-59191-4
Contents:1. The Notion of Effective Lagrangian -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Integration of the Heavy Modes -- 1.3 The Decoupling Theorem -- 1.4 The Euler-Heisenberg Lagrangian -- 1.5 Theories with Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking -- 1.6 Decoupling
of Chiral Fermions -- 1.7 References -- 2. Global Symmetries in Quantum Field Theory -- 2.1 Classical Symmetries -- 2.2 Green Functions and the Reduction Formula -- 2.3 Quantum Symmetries and Ward Identities -- 2.4 Spontaneous Symmetry
Breaking and the Goldstone Theorem -- 2.5 Explicit Symmetry Breaking and the Dashen Conditions -- 2.6 References -- 3. The Non-linear ? Model -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 The Geometry and the Dynamics of the Non-linear ? Model -- 3.3 The
Quantum Non-linear ? Model -- 3.4 Reparametrization Invariance of the S-Matrix Elements -- 3.5 Local Symmetries and the Higgs Mechanism -- 3.6 Topologically Non-trivial Configurations -- 3.7 References -- 4. Anomalies -- 4.1
Introduction -- 4.2 The Axial Anomaly, Triangle Diagrams and the ?0 Decay -- 4.3 The Axial Anomaly and the Index Theorem -- 4.4 Gauge Anomalies -- 4.5 Regularization Methods -- 4.6 Ambiguities and Counterterms -- 4.7 Topological
Interpretation of Non-Abelian Anomalies -- 4.8 Non-perturbative Anomalies -- 4.9 Non-linear ? Model Anomalies -- 4.10 The Wess-Zumino-Witten Term -- 4.11 The Trace Anomaly -- 4.12 References -- 5. The Symmetries of the Standard Model
-- 5.1 The Elements of the Standard Model -- 5.2 The Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa Matrix and Weak CP Violation -- 5.3 The Cancellation of Gauge Anomalies in the Standard Model -- 5.4 Baryon and Lepton Number Anomalies in the Standard
Model -- 5.5 The Evolution of the Coupling Constants -- 5.6 The Strong CP Problem -- 5.7 The Symmetries of the Standard Model -- 5.8 References -- 6. The Effective Lagrangian for QCD -- 6.1 The QCD Lagrangian -- 6.2 QCD at Low Energies
-- 6.3 The Chiral Lagrangian at Leading Order -- 6.4 The Chiral Lagrangian to Next to Leading Order -- 6.5 The Low-Energy Constants -- 6.6 The Problem of Unitarity in ChPT -- 6.7 References -- 7. The Standard Model Symmetry Breaking
Sector -- 7.1 The Mass Problem -- 7.2 The Effective Lagrangian for the SM Symmetry Breaking Sector -- 7.3 The O(p4) Lagrangian and One-Loop Renormalization -- 7.4 The Heavy Higgs and QCD-Like Models -- 7.5 Phenomenological
Determination of the Chiral Parameters -- 7.6 The Equivalence Theorem -- 7.7 The Applicability of the Equivalence Theorem -- 7.8 Gauge Boson Scattering at High Energies -- 7.9 References -- 8. Gravity and the Standard Model -- 8.1
Introduction -- 8.2 The Standard Model in Curved Space-Time -- 8.3 Anomalies in the Standard Model -- 8.4 The Effect of Matter Fields on Gravitation -- 8.5 The Effective Action for Gravity -- 8.6 References -- A. Useful Formulae and
Notation -- B. Notes on Differential Geometry -- C. Aspects of Quantum Field Theory -- D. Unitarity and Partial Waves
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Title:Finite Quantum Electrodynamics The Causal Approach
Author(s): G Scharf
Date:1995
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (410 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-57750-5
Contents:0. Preliminaries -- 0.0 Historical Introduction -- 0.1 Minkowski Space and the Lorentz Group -- 0.2 Tensors in Minkowski Space -- 0.3 Some Topics of Scattering Theory -- 0.4 Problems -- 1. Relativistic Quantum Mechanics -- 1.1 Spinor
Representations of the Lorentz Group -- 1.2 Invariant Field Equations -- 1.3 Algebraic Properties of the Dirac Equation -- 1.4 Discussion of the Free Dirac Equation -- 1.5 Gauge Invariance and Electromagnetic Fields -- 1.6 The Hydrogen
Atom -- 1.7 Problems -- 2. Field Quantization -- 2.1 Second Quantization in Fock Space -- 2.2 Quantization of the Dirac Field -- 2.3 Discussion of the Commutation Functions -- 2.4 The Scattering Operator (S-Matrix) in Fock Space -- 2.5
Perturbation Theory -- 2.6 Electron Scattering -- 2.7 Pair Production -- 2.8 The Causal Phase of the S-Matrix -- 2.9 Non-Perturbative Construction of the Causal Phase -- 2.10 Vacuum Polarization -- 2.11 Quantization of the Radiation
Field -- 2.12 Problems -- 3. Causal Perturbation Theory -- 3.1 The Method of Epstein and Glaser -- 3.2 Splitting of Causal Distributions -- 3.3 Application to QED -- 3.4 Electron Scattering (Moeller Scattering) -- 3.5 Electron-Photon
Scattering (Compton Scattering) -- 3.6 Vacuum Polarization -- 3.7 Self-Energy -- 3.8 Vertex Function: Causal Distribution -- 3.9 Vertex Function: Retarded Distribution -- 3.10 Form Factors -- 3.11 Adiabatic Limit -- 3.12 Charged
Particles in Perturbative QED -- 3.13 Charge Normalization -- 3.14 Problems -- 4. Properties of the S-Matrix -- 4.1 Vacuum Graphs -- 4.2 Operator Character of the S-Matrix -- 4.3 Normalizability of QED -- 4.4 Discrete Symmetries -- 4.5
Poincaré Covariance -- 4.6 Gauge Invariance and Ward Identities -- 4.7 Unitarity -- 4.8 Renormalization Group -- 4.9 Interacting Fields and Operator Products -- 4.10 Field Equations -- 4.11 Problems -- 5. Other Electromagnetic
Couplings -- 5.1 Scalar QED: Basic Properties -- 5.2 Scalar QED: Gauge Invariance -- 5.3 Axial Anomalies -- 5.4 (2+1)-Dimensional QED: Vacuum Polarization -- 5.5 (2+1)-Dimensional QED: Mass Generation -- 5.6 Problems -- 6. Epilogue:
Non-Abelian Gauge Theories -- Appendices -- A: The Hydrogen Atom According to the Schrödinger Equation -- B: Regularly Varying Functions -- C: Spence Functions -- D: Grassmann Test Functions -- Bibliographical Notes
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Title:Chaos — The Interplay Between Stochastic and Deterministic Behaviour Proceedings of the XXXIst Winter School of Theoretical Physics Held in Karpacz, Poland 13–24 February 1995
Author(s):
Date:1995
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource (578 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-60188-0
Contents:Stochastic processes from deterministic dynamics -- The interplay of classical and quantum stochastics: Diffusion, measurement and filtering -- Event enhanced and piecewise deterministic quantum theory or the right jump at the right
place -- Wave mechanics: The interplay between stochastics and quanta -- Lévy processes and relativistic quantum dynamics -- Quantum coherence and decoherence in a classically chaotic experimentally accessible quantum optical system --
Anomalous diffusion, spontaneous localizations and the correspondence principle -- Quantum open systems as random classical dynamical systems -- Large-Scale Structure of the Universe and Asymptotics of Burgers' Turbulence with
Heavy-tailed Dependent Data Yiming Hue and -- Convergence of iterative methods in perturbation theory -- Eigenfunction expansions for time dependent hamiltonians -- Strange attractors in higher-dimensional phase space -- Mathematical
classification of complete chaos -- Anomalous diffusion and Lévy statistics in intermittent chaotic systems -- Classical and quantum chaotic scattering -- From fractals to stochastic differential equations -- Dissipative structures and
weak turbulence -- Entropy and quantum characteristic exponents. steps towards a quantum pesin theory -- Rigorous numerics of chaotic dynamical systems -- The effect of symmetry breaking on random walks and brownian motion -- Quantum
dynamical entropy -- Strange attractors in nonlinear oscillators -- Wave packet propagation, nonlinear dynamics, and constructing Chaotic Eigenstates -- Chaotic dynamics of weakly nonlinear systems -- Computer simulation of Lévy
?-stable variables and processes -- From quantum physics to probability theory and back -- Stochastic approach to many bosons physics -- Ionization of Rydberg atoms in a low frequency field: Modelling by maps of transition to chaotic
behavior -- Periodic perturbations of chaotic dynamics -- p-adic stochastics with applications to the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox -- Quantum chaos: double resonance model and its physical applications -- Asymptotic behavior of
generalized Levy walks -- Stochastic Moore loop space -- Relativistic chaos in time-driven linear and nonlinear oscillators -- Applications of quantum characteristic exponents -- Asymptotic properties of the Fokker-Planck equation --
Spacetime distortion as a reason for quantum stochasticity -- Divergences of the semiclassical S-matrix beyond hyperbolic systems -- Disturbance propagation in coupled map lattices -- Lévy-Stable and extreme value distributions in
modelling of dynamical phenomena in complex physical systems -- Wigner or non-wigner: That is the question -- Random matrices of circular symplectic ensemble
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Title:Quantum Electrodynamics
Author(s): Walter Greiner
Date:1994
Edition:Second Corrected Edition
Size:1 online resource (46 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-88022-3
Contents:1. Propagators and Scattering Theory -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The Nonrelativistic Propagator -- 1.3 Green’s Function and Propagator -- 1.4 An Integral Equation for ? -- 1.5 Application to Scattering Problems -- 1.6 The Unitarity of
the S-Matrix -- 1.7 Symmetry Properties of the S-Matrix -- 1.8 The Green’s Function in Momentum Representation and Its Properties -- 1.9 Another Look at the Green’s Function for Interacting Particles -- 1.10 Biographical Notes -- 2.
The Propagators for Electrons and Positrons -- 3. Quantum-Electrodynamical Processes -- 3.1 Coulomb Scattering of Electrons -- 3.2 Scattering of an Electron off a Free Proton: The Effect of Recoil -- 3.3 Scattering of Identical
Fermions -- 3.4 Electron-Positron Scattering: Bhabha Scattering and Muon Pair Creation -- 3.5 Scattering of Polarized Dirac Particles -- 3.6 Bremsstrahlung -- 3.7 Compton Scattering — The Klein-Nishina Formula -- 3.8 Annihilation of
Particle and Antiparticle -- 3.9 Biographical Notes -- 4. Summary: The Feynman Rules of QED -- 4.1 The Feynman Rules of QED in Momentum Space -- 4.2 The Photon Propagator in Different Gauges -- 4.3 Biographical Notes -- 5. The
Scattering Matrix in Higher Orders -- 5.1 Electron1-Positron Scattering in Fourth Order -- 5.2 Vacuum Polarization -- 5.3 Self-Energy of the Electron -- 5.4 The Vertex Correction -- 5.5 Biographical Notes -- 6. Two-Particle Systems --
6.1 The Bethe-Salpeter Equation -- 6.2 Biographical Note -- 7. Quantum Electrodynamics of Strong Fields -- 7.1 Strong Fields in Atoms -- 7.2 Strong Fields in Heavy Ion Collisions -- 7.3 The Effective Lagrangian of the Electromagnetic
Field -- 7.4 Biographical Notes -- 8. Quantum Electrodynamics of Spinless Bosons -- 8.1 The Klein-Gordon Equation -- 8.2 The Feynman Propagator for Scalar Particles -- 8.3 The Scattering of Spin-0 Bosons -- 8.4 The Feynman Rules of
Scalar Electrodynamics
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Title:Mathematical Results in Quantum Mechanics International Conference in Blossin (Germany), May 17–21, 1993
Author(s):
Date:1994
Size:1 online resource (358 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-0348-8545-4
Contents:1 Schrödinger and Dirac operators -- Discrete spectrum of the periodic Schrödinger operator for non-negative perturbations -- The discrete spectrum in a gap of the continuous one for compact supported perturbations -- Schrödinger
operators with strong local magnetic perturbations: Existence of eigenvalues in gaps of the essential spectrum -- Regularity of the nodal sets of solutions to Schrödinger equations -- Results in the spectral theory of Schrödinger
operators with wide potential barriers -- Stark ladders and perturbation theory -- Singular potentials: algebraization -- Asymptotic behavior of the resolvent of the Dirac operator -- Discrete spectrum of the perturbed Dirac operator
-- 2 Generalized Schrödinger operators -- The spectrum of Schrödinger operators in Lp(Rd) and in C0(Rd) -- On spectral properties of generalized Schrödinger operators -- A Fermi-type rule for contact embedded-eigenvalue perturbations
-- A simple model for predissociation -- Scattering on several solenoids -- Hall conductance of Riemann surfaces -- 3 Stochastic spectral analysis -- Framework and results of stochastic spectral analysis -- Occupation time asymptotics
to the decay of eigenfunctions -- Holomorphic semigroups and Schrödinger equations -- Some problems on submarkovian semigroups -- Smoothness estimates and uniqueness for the Dirichlet operator -- Trace ideal properties of perturbed
Dirichlet semigroups -- Quantum dynamical semigroups -- 4 Many-body problems and statistical physics K.B. Sinha -- Limits of infinite order, dimensionality or number of components for random finite-difference operators -- Atoms at
finite density and temperature and the spectra of reduced density matrices -- Quantum fluctuations in the many-body problem -- General Hamiltonians and model Hamiltonians -- Poisson fields representations in the statistical mechanics
of conitinuous systems -- Exact ground states for quantum spin chains -- The spectrum of the spin-boson model -- A survey of Wigner-Poisson problems -- 5 Chaos -- Classical d’Alembert field in an one-dimensional pulsating region --
Irregular scattering in one-dimensional periodically driven systems -- Relatively random unitary operators -- 6 Operator theory and its application -- A trace formula for obstacles problems and applications -- Propagation in irregular
optic fibres -- Singular perturbations, regularization and extension theory -- Adiabatic reduction theory. Semiclassical S-matrix for N-state one-dimensional systems -- The functional structure of the monodromy matrix for Harper’s
equation -- Eigenfunction expansion of right definite multiparameter problems -- Singularly perturbed operators -- Some problems of p-adic quantum theory
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Title:On Three Levels Micro-, Meso-, and Macro-Approaches in Physics
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Date:1994
Size:1 online resource (485 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-2460-1
Contents:Quantum kinetic equations -- Microscopic derivation of hydrodynamics with phase transition in a plasma model -- Ferromagnetism in itinerant electron systems: rigorous examples from flat-band Hubbard models -- Homogeneity in the ground
state of the two-dimensional Falicov-Kimball model -- Diffusive limit of the asymmetric simple exclusion: The Navier-Stokes correction -- Weak coupling limit: Feynman diagrams -- Limit laws for recurrence times in expanding maps of an
interval -- Stochastic geometric aspects of some quantum spin chains -- The two species totally asymmetric simple exclusion process -- How to reconstruct a heat bath -- Interacting particle systems on non-commutative spaces --
Non-self-averaging effects in sums of random variables, spin glasses, random maps and random walks -- Quantum adiabatic evolution -- Semi-classical inelastic S-matrix for one-dimensional N-states systems -- Gibbsian versus non-Gibbsian
measures: some results and some questions in renormalization group theory and stochastic dynamics -- Stabilities and instabilities in classical lattice gas models without periodic ground states -- One-dimensional anomaly of the Fermi
surface -- Quantum fluctuation limit: Examples from solid state physics -- Large deviations and the thermodynamic formalism: A new proof of the equivalence of ensembles -- Finitely correlated pure states -- Stationary states of
Hamiltonian systems with noise -- Stochastic regularization of coherent-state path integrals and quantum Hall effect -- An ADE- O classification of minimal incompressible quantum Hall fluids -- Simple random walks: New developments --
Symmmetry breaking and long range order in Heisenberg antiferromagnets -- Integrable s = 1/2 quantum spin chains with short-range exchange -- Who is afraid of Griffiths’ singularities? -- Micro spectral properties of crystals and their
band structure -- Stochastically forced Burgers equation -- Glauber evolution for Kac potentials. Analysis of critical fluctuations: convergence to a nonlinear stochastic PDE -- Local structure of interfaces in a Kawasaki + Glauber
particle model -- Quantum chaos, fractal spectra and atomic stabilization -- Statistical properties of random banded matrices: Analytical results -- On the Wulff construction as a problem of equivalence of statistical ensembles --
Scaling profiles of a spreading drop from Langevin or Monte-Carlo dynamics -- Rigorous calculation of collective excitations in a mean field model -- The fluid-dynamical limit for the BBGKY hierarchy of a discrete velocity model --
Isospectral deformation of discrete random Laplacians -- Scattering and the role of operators in Bohmian mechanics -- Towards the Euclidean formulation of quantum statistical mechanics -- Large deviations in the spherical model --
Entropy density and the split property -- Perturbations of quantum canonical relations and Q-independence -- The spectrum of the spin-boson model -- Some results on the projected two-dimensional Ising model -- The second virial
coefficient for quantum-mechanical sticky spheres -- Bethe-Ansatz solution of a modified SU(3)-XXZ model -- The quantum mean field state as a limit of canonical states: Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics -- Multifractal properties of
discrete stochastic mappings -- Gibbs states of the Chern-Simons charged particle system in the mean-field type limit -- Rigorous Bethe Ansatz for the nonlinear Schrodinger model -- Flat nonregular states on Weyl algebras -- Second
virial coefficient for one-dimensional systems -- Self-adjointness and the existence of deterministic trajectories in quantum theory -- An application of the Maes-Shlosman constructive criteria -- Brownian trapping with grouped traps
-- Local thermodynamic equilibrium and continuous media: A programme -- Stochastic model of a quantum diffusion-reaction process -- Crystalisation of itinerant electrons -- Molecular chain: dynamical variables, quantization and
statistical mechanics -- Quasiparticle’s spin and fractional statistics in the fractional quantum Hall effect -- Participants
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Keywords: Physics , Condensed matter , Solid state physics , Crystallography , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Statistics , Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Condensed Matter Physics , Crystallography , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Statistics, general
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Title:Topics in Atomic and Nuclear Collisions
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Date:1994
Size:1 online resource (463 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-2431-1
Contents:Nuclear Collisions and Structure -- 1. Description of Heavy Ion Collisions at Intermediate Energies -- 2. Boltzmann Master Equation Theory of Nuclear Reactions: from Nucleons to Heavy Ions -- 3. Formation and Decay of Hot Nuclei -- 4.
Statistical and Dynamical Aspects of Hot Nucleus De-Excitation -- 5. Negative Sidewards Flow in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions and the Equation of State -- 6. Incomplete Fusion in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions at Intermediate Energies -- 7.
Dissipative Aspects of Intermediate-Mass Fragment Emission -- 8. Breakup Mechanism Features in the27A1(14N,x) Reaction at Bombarding Energies up to 116 MeV -- 9. Approaching 100Sn by Cluster Radioactivities -- 10. From a Decay to
Cluster Radioactivity: A Microscopic Approach -- 11. Shell Model Interpretation of Nuclear Masses -- 12. Towards a New Shell Model Formalism -- Atomic Collisions -- 13. New Means and Objectives in the X and X-UV Spectroscopy and
Imagery -- 14. Collisions of Molecules with Clusters:A Quasiclassical Study -- 15. Theory of Slow Atomic Collisions:Open Problems,New Trends -- 16. R-Matrix Calculation of Multichannel Quantum Defect Parameters in Heavy Alkaline Earth
Atoms -- 17. Application of Quantum Defect Theory to the Associative Ionisation. Reaction between Two Laser-Excited Sodium Atoms -- 18. Applications of Multichannel Quantum Defect Theory to Collision Processes -- 19. Reduced S-Matrix
Approach to Scattering Problems -- 20. Photoionization of Adsorbed Molecules:Dichroism and Backscattering -- 21. Two Colour Atomic Processes -- 22. A Strongly Perturbed Quantum System: H-Atom in Intense Laser Field -- 23. Simple High
Order Accuracy Calculations of the Low Energy Mesic Atomic Collisions -- 24. Optical and X-Ray Properties of Active Galactic Nuclei -- New Phenomena at High Energy Collisions -- 25. Renaissance of Interest in Cosmic Rays-the Role of
Muons in Cosmic Rays Observations -- 26. The Sharp Lepton Problem and the C(Q0?) Scenario -- 27. Electromagnetic and Mesonic Cherenkov Effects in Nuclear Media -- 28. Index
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Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Atoms , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Title:Schrödinger Operators The Quantum Mechanical Many-Body Problem Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Aarhus, Denmark 15 May - 1 August 1991
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (264 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-55490-4
Contents:Perturbations of generalized Schrödinger operators in stochastic spectral analysis -- Some transport and spectral properties of disordered media -- Spectral theory of Schrödinger operators with very long range potentials -- Asymptotic
completeness of long range N-body systems. Main ideas of a proof -- A remark on asymptotic clustering for N-particle quantum systems -- The energy asymptotics of large Coulomb systems -- Quantum stability -- On the S-matrix for three
body Schrödinger operators -- Eigenvalues and resonances of polyatomic molecules in the Born-Oppenheimer approximation -- Asymptotic neutrality of polyatomic molecules -- Time-delay in short range potential scattering -- On smoothness
of the N-body S-matrix -- Semiclassical approximation for Schrödinger operators at high energy -- On the magnetic stark resonances in two dimensional case -- Radiation conditions and scattering theory for N-particle Schrödinger
operators -- Gevrey frequency set and semi-classical behaviour of wave packets
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Title:Quantum Groups Proceedings of Workshops held in the Euler International Mathematical Institute, Leningrad, Fall 1990
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (408 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0101174
Contents:On some unsolved problems in quantum group theory -- Quantum symmetry -- Yang-Baxter equation and deformation of associative and Lie algebras -- Quantum G-spaces and Heisenberg algebra -- Real and imaginary forms of quantum groups --
Rank of quantum groups and braided groups in dual form -- Yangians of the “strange” lie superalgebras -- Askey-wilson polynomials as spherical functions on SU q(2) -- Twisted yangians and infinite-dimensional classical Lie algebras --
Differential graded Lie algebras, quasi-hopf algebras and higher homotopy algebras -- Quantum deformation of the flag variety -- Zonal spherical functions on quantum symmetric spaces and MacDonald's symmetric polynomials -- Hidden
quantum groups inside Kac-Moody algebras -- Liouville theory on the lattice and universal exchange algebra for bloch waves -- Non-local currents in 2D QFT: An alternative to the quantum inverse scattering method -- Induced
representations and tensor operators for quantum groups -- Affine toda field theory: S-matrix vs perturbation -- Contractions of quantum groups -- New solutions of Yang-Baxter equations and quantum group structures -- Quantum group
symmetry of 2D gravity -- Extended chiral conformal theories with a quantum symmetry -- Fusion rsos models and rational coset models -- Integrable time-discrete systems: Lattices and mappings -- On relations between poisson groups and
quantum groups -- Characters of Hecke and Birman-Wenzl algebras -- Invariants of 3-Manifolds based on conformal field theory and Heegaard splitting -- The multi-variable alexander polynomial and a one—parameter family of
representations of U q (sl(2,C)) at q 2=?1 -- Preparation theorems for isotopy invariants of links in 3-manifolds -- Quantum invariants of 3-manifold and a glimpse of shadow topology -- Moves of triangulations of a PL-manifold --
Yang-Baxter relation, exactly solvable models and link polynomials -- Triangularity of transition matrices for generalized Hall-Littlewood polynomials -- An open problem in quantum groups -- Two problems in quantized algebras of
functions -- Unsolved problems -- On classification of ?-graded Lie algebras of constant growth which have algebra ?[h] as Cartan subalgebra
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Keywords: Mathematics , Topological groups , Lie groups , Topology , Quantum physics , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Quantum computers , Spintronics , Mathematics , Mathematics, general , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Topological Groups, Lie Groups , Topology , Quantum Information Technology, Spintronics , Quantum Physics
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Title:New Symmetry Principles in Quantum Field Theory
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (529 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-3472-3
Contents:Lecturers -- Quantum Symmetries in 2D Massive Field Theories -- On Knot and Manifold Invariants -- The Metric Aspect of Noncommutative Geometry -- Intersection Theory, Integrable Hierarchies and Topological Field Theory -- Quantum
Symmetry in Conformal Field Theory by Hamiltonian Methods -- Observables, Superselection Sectors and Gauge Groups -- Incompressible Quantum Fluids, Gauge-Invariance, and Current Algebra -- Non-Compact WZW Conformal Field Theories --
S-Matrix Theory for Black Holes -- Non-Commutative Geometry and Mathematical Physics -- Whitham Theory For Integrable Systems and Topological Quantum Field Theories -- Quantum Symmetry in Quantum Theory -- Quantum Groups in Lattice
Models -- Lagrangian Conformal Models -- Semi-Classical Liouville Theory, Complex Geometry of Moduli Spaces, and Uniformization of Riemann Surfaces -- Seminar Speakers -- Integrability Properties of the Collective String Field Theory
-- BRST Analysis of Physical States for 2D (Super) Gravity Coupled to (Super) Conformal Matter -- Correlation Functions of Local Operators in 2D Gravity Coupled to Minimal Matter -- W-Algebras and Langlands-Drinfeld Correspondence --
Non-Tannakian Categories in Quantum Field Theory -- Extra States in c < 1 String Theory -- W(sl(n)): Existence, Cartan Basis and Infinite Abelian Subalgebras -- Aspects of Quantizing Lorentz Symmetry -- Fock Space Representations of
A1(1) and Topological Representations of Uq(sl2)
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Title:General Principles of Quantum Field Theory
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (695 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-0491-0
Contents:I Elements of Functional Analysis and the Theory of Functions -- Synopsis -- 1. Preliminaries on Functional Analysis -- 2. The Technique of Generalized Functions -- 3. Lorentz-Covariant Generalized Functions -- 4. The
Jost-Lehmann-Dyson Representation -- 5. Analytic Functions of Several Complex Variables -- II Relativistic Quantum Systems -- Synopsis -- 6. Algebra of Observables and State Space -- 7. Relativistic Invariance in Quantum Theory -- III
Local Quantum Fields and Wightman Functions -- Synopsis -- 8. The Wightman Formalism -- 9. Analytic Properties of Wightman Functions in Coordinate Space -- 10. Fields in an Indefinite Metric -- 11. Examples: Explicitly Soluble
Two-Dimensional Models -- IV Collision Theory. Axiomatic Theory of the S-Matrix -- Synopsis -- 12. Haag-Ruelle Scattering Theory -- 13. Lehmann-Symanzik-Zimmermann Formalism -- 14. The S-Matrix Method -- V Causality and the Spectral
Property: The Origins of the Analytic Properties of the Scattering Amplitude -- Synopsis -- 15. Analyticity with respect to Momentum Transfer and Dispersion Relations -- 16. Analytic Properties of the Four-Point Green’s Function -- 17.
Consequences for High-Energy Elementary Processes -- Commentary on the Bibliography and References -- References -- Index of Notation
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Title:Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Dynamical Systems
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (233 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-84039-5
Contents:I Integrable Systems in (2+1)-Dimensions -- Solitons and Dromions, Coherent Structures in a Nonlinear World -- Boundary Value Problems in 1+1 and in 2+1, the Dressing Method, and Cellular Automata -- Exponentially Localized Solitons
in 2+1 Dimensions -- On the Boundary Conditions of the Davey-Stewartson Equation -- Rational Solutions to the Two-Component K-P Hierarchies -- Construction of Inverse Data in Multidimensions -- II Criteria and Tests of Integrability:
Painlevé Property, Hirota Method, Lie-Bäcklund Symmetries -- Examples of Nonclassical Similarity Reductions -- Equations That Pass Hirota’s Three-Soliton Condition and Other Tests of Integrability -- Selection of Solvable Nonlinear
Evolution Equations by Systematic Searches for Lie Bäcklund Symmetries -- III Spectral Methods and Related Topics, C-Integrable Systems -- Inverse Problems of Spectral Analysis and the Integration of Nonlinear Equations -- The Inverse
Scattering Transform for the Elliptic Sinh-Gordon Equation -- Reflection Coefficients and Poles -- A N × N Zakharov-Shabat System with a Quadratic Spectral Parameter -- On Integration of the Korteweg-de Vries Equation with a
Self-consistent Source -- On the Initial Value Problem of the Third Painlevé Equation -- Nonlinear Equations for Soliton Eigenfunctions Are the IST Integrable Equations -- The Geometry and Completeness of the Two-Phase Solutions of the
Nonlinear Schrödinger Equations -- N Double Pole Solution and Its Initial Value Problem for the Modified Korteweg-de Vries Equation -- C-Integrable Generalization of a System of Nonlinear PDE’s Describing Nonresonant N-Wave
Interactions -- The Burgers Equation: Initial/Boundary Value Problems on the Semiline -- IV Algebraic Approach to Integrability and Hamiltonian Theory -- The Tangent Bundle for Multisolitons: Ideal Structure for Completely Integrable
Systems -- Action-Angle Variables and Asymptotic Data -- The Action-Angle Transformation for the Korteweg-de Vries Equation -- Algorithms to Detect Complete Integrability in 1+1 Dimension -- GN Manifolds, Yang-Baxter Equations and ILW
Hierarchies -- Integral and Discrete Evolution Equations: A Unified Approach -- An Abstract Tri-Hamiltonian Lax Hierarchy -- On Symplectic and Hamiltonian Differential Operators -- On a Non-Standard Hamiltonian Description of NLEE --
Energy Dependent Spectral Problems: Their Hamiltonian Structures, Miura Maps and Master Symmetries -- Super Hamiltonian Operators and Lie Superalgebras -- Higher (Non-isospectral) Symmetries of the Kadomtsev-Petviashvili Equations and
the Virasoro Action on Riemann Surfaces -- A Combinatorial Rule to Hirota’s Bilinear Equations -- Liouville-Arnold Integrability for Scattering Under Cone Potentials -- V Mappings, Cellular Automata and Solitons -- Lattice Equations
and Integrable Mappings -- Recent Developments in Soliton Cellular Automata -- Cubic Equation, Newton’s Method and Analytic Functions -- Singularity of Differential Mappings and Stability of Solitons -- VI Physical Applications --
Action-Angle Variables in the Quantum Wess-Zumino-Witten Model -- On the Derivation of Propagator and Bound State Equations and S-Matrix Elements for Composite States -- Resonant Flow over Topography -- Taxonomy of Ocean Stability
Conditions -- Kinetic Equations and Soliton Diffusion in Low-Dimensional Magnets -- On Einstein’s Equations with Two Commuting Killing Vectors -- List of Participants -- Index of Contributors
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Title:Order,Disorder and Chaos in Quantum Systems Proceedings of a conference held at Dubna, USSR on October 17–21 1989
Author(s):
Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (360 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-0348-7306-2
Contents:1. Schroedinger operators : spectra, scattering and semiclassical behaviour -- Negative discrete spectrum of the Schroedinger operator with large coupling constant : qualitative discussion -- Discrete spectrum in the gaps of the
continuous one in the large-coupling-constant limit -- On the asymptotics of discrete spectrum for the Schroedinger operator in electric and homogeneous magnetic fields -- Asymptotics of the discrete spectrum of Hamiltonians of quantum
systems with a homogeneous magnetic field -- Asymptotics of eigenvalues for many-particle Hamiltonians at symmetry subspaces -- Spectral asymptotics with highly accurate remainder estimates -- Bound states and resonances in quantum
wires -- Spectral properties of the operators H? = ??XX + p(x)? + v(?x), p is periodic -- Discrete spectrum for a periodic Schroedinger operator perturbed by a decreasing potential -- On a complete description of the principal discrete
series of spectral invariants of the Hill operator -- WKB-approximations from the perturbation theory viewpoint -- Moving potentials and the completeness of wave operators. Part II : Propagating observables on scattering states --
Representation of the three-body S-matrix in terms of effective amplitudes -- A three-body one-dimensional system with increasing interaction : wave function asymptotics -- Surprises of quantum tunneling (something about the velocity
of sub-barrier motion) -- 2. Point and contact interactions, self-adjoint extensions -- Lifshitz tails and non-Lifshitz tails for one-dimensional random point interactions -- Point interactions with an internal structure as limits of
nonlocal point interactions -- Green’s function for the Aharonov-Bohm effect with a non-Abelian gauge group -- A model of zero-width slits and the real diffraction problem -- Construction of an inelastic scatterer in nanoelectronics by
the extension-theory methods -- On boundary theory for Schroedinger operators and stochastic processes -- Dirac Hamiltonian with Coulomb potential and contact intraction on a sphere -- Self-adjoint extensions of Schroedinger operators
with singular potentials -- Currents and the extension theory -- 3. Quantum chaos -- Chaotic quantum billiards -- Relevance of the localization to quasienergy statistics in quantum chaotic systems -- Singular continuous quasi-energy
spectrum in the kicked rotator with separable perturbation : onset of quantum chaos ? -- Relation between correlation functions and spectrum statistics in the region of quantum chaos -- 4. Other topics -- Localization effects in
non-homogeneous dielectrics -- A self-adjoint dilation of the linear Boltzmann operator -- Kato problem for functional-differential equations and difference Schroedinger operators -- An existence theorem for some nonlinear nonlocal
Schroedinger operators and the solitonlike dynamics for the corresponding dynamical systems -- The Sturm-Liouville problem with a potential linear in spectral parameter -- Stochastic model of tree growth -- Critical phenomenon in the
stationary model of random growth -- On a quantum-classical connection, hidden symmetries and a model of Josephson junction -- Open multiquantum systems. Method of a generating functional -- Generalized functions and their applications
-- List of unpublished contributions -- List of participants
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Title:Theory of Resonances Principles and Applications
Author(s): V. I Kukulin
Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (347 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-015-7817-2
Contents:Mathematical and Quantum-Mechanical Background -- General Concepts of the Theory of Resonance States and Processes -- Theory of Resonance States Based on the Hilbert-Schmidt Expansion -- Projection Methods -- Theory of Resonance
States and Processes Based on Analytical Continuation in the Coupling Constant -- S-matrix Parametrization of Scattering Data. Extraction of Resonance Parameters from Experimental Data -- Resonances in Atomic Physics -- Conclusion,
Open Problems
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Title:Finite Quantum Electrodynamics
Author(s): G Scharf
Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (224 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-01187-4
Contents:0. Preliminaries -- 0.1 Minkowski Space and the Lorentz Group -- 0.2 Tensors in Minkowski Space -- 0.3 Some Topics of Scattering Theory -- 1. Relativistic Quantum Mechanics -- 1.1 Spinor Representations of the Lorentz Group -- 1.2
Invariant Field Equations -- 1.3 Algebraic Properties of the Dirac Equation -- 1.4 Discussion of the Free Dirac Equation -- 1.5 Gauge Invariance and Electromagnetic Fields -- 2. Field Quantization -- 2.1 Second Quantization in Fock
Space -- 2.2 Quantization of the Dirac Field -- 2.3 Discussion of the Commutation Functions -- 2.4 The Scattering Operator (S-Matrix) in Fock Space -- 2.5 Perturbation Theory -- 2.6 Electron Scattering -- 2.7 Pair Production -- 2.8 The
Causal Phase -- 2.9 Non-Perturbative Construction of the Causal Phase -- 2.10 Vacuum Polarization -- 2.11 Quantization of the Radiation Field -- 3. Causal Perturbation Theory -- 3.1 The Method of Epstein and Glaser -- 3.2 Splitting of
Distributions -- 3.3 Application to QED -- 3.4 Electron Scattering (Moeller Scattering) -- 3.5 Electron-Photon Scattering (Compton Scattering) -- 3.6 Vacuum Polarization -- 3.7 Self-Energy -- 3.8 Vertex Function -- 3.9 Form Factors --
3.10 Infrared Cancellations -- 3.11 Symmetry Properties of the S-Matrix -- 3.12 Normalizability of QED -- Appendix: Spence Functions
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Title:Resonances The Unifying Route Towards the Formulation of Dynamical Processes Foundations and Applications in Nuclear, Atomic and Molecular Physics Proceedings of a Symposium Held at Lertorpet, Värmland, Sweden, August 19–26, 1987
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Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (566 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-50994-1
Contents:to Rigged Hilbert Spaces (RHS) -- Comparison between different notions of resonances -- Resonances and semiclassical analysis -- Resonances with a background potential -- On the general inversion problem -- Weyl's theory studies and
the one-dimensional almost periodic Schrödinger equation -- A generalization of Rouché's theorem with application to resonances -- Generalization of Müller's variational principle -- Resonance state expansions in nuclear physics --
Mittag-Leffler expansions in nuclear physics -- On the analytical continuation of the partial wave S-matrix using complex scaling techniques -- Calculation of resonant wave functions in nuclear physics -- The use of Gamow functions in
nuclear problems -- Resonances as an Eigenvalue problem -- A model for studying time dependent quantum mechanical processes and its application for quasi-stationary states -- Time-dependent dynamics applied to electron transfer --
Semiclassical description of resonances -- Regge poles and atom-molecule diffraction -- Energy shifts and widths in atomic and molecular physics: Multichannel approach -- Two study cases in the calculation of resonances using the
multichannel Schrödinger equation -- Multichannel complex scaled Titchmarsh Weyl theory a model for diatomic fragmentation -- On the way to a multiconfiguration treatment of resonance phenomena in atoms -- Resonant states in the
microscopic cluster model -- A note on the cluster model and complex scaling -- Complex scaling applied to trapping of atoms and molecules on solid surfaces -- On a theorem for complex symmetric matrices and its relevance in the study
of decay phenomena -- Creation of long range order in amorphous condensed systems -- The lertorpet symposium view on a generalized inner product
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Title:Special Relativity and Quantum Theory A Collection of Papers on the Poincaré Group
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Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (505 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-3051-3
Contents:I: Perspective View of Quantum Space-Time Symmetries -- 1. Relativistic Invariance and Quantum Phenomena, Rev. Mod. Phys, 29, 255 (1957) -- 2. The Early Years of Relativity, in Albert Einstein: Historical and Cultural Perspectives:
The Centennial Symposium in Jerusalem, edited by G. Holton and Y. Elkana (Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 1979) -- II: Representations of the Poincaré Group -- 1. On Unitary Representations of the Inhomogeneous Lorentz
Group, Ann. Math. 40, 149 (1939). -- 2. Group Theoretical Discussion of Relativistic Wave Equations, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. (U.S.A.) 34, 211 (1948) -- 3. Unitary Representations of the Lorentz Group, Proc. Roy. Soc. (London)Al83, 284
(1945) -- 4. Feynman Rules for Any Spin, Phys. Rev. 133, B1318 (1964) -- 5. Representations of the Poincaré Group for Relativistic Extended Hadrons, J. Math. Phys. 20, 1341 (1979) -- 6. A Simple Method for Illustrating the Difference
between the Homogeneous and Inhomogeneous Lorentz Groups, Am. J. Phys. 47, 892 (1979) -- III: The Time-Energy Uncertainty Relation -- 1. The Quantum Theory of the Emission and Absorption of Radiation, Proc. Roy. Soc. (London) A114, 243
(1927) -- 2. The Quantum Theory of Dispersion, Proc. Roy. Soc. (London) A114, 710 (1927) -- 3. On the Time-Energy Uncertainty Relation, in Aspects of Quantum Theory, in Honour of P. A. M. Dirac’s 70th Birthday, edited by A. Salam and
E. P. Wigner (Cambridge Univ. Press, London, 1972) -- 4. Time-Energy Uncertainty Relation and Lorentz Covariance, Am. J. Phys. 53, 142 (1985) -- IV: Covariant Picture of Quantum Bound States -- 1. Forms of Relativistic Dynamics, Rev.
Mod. Phys. 27, 392 (1949) -- 2. Quantum Theory of Non-Local Fields. Part I. Free Fields, Phys. Rev. 77, 219 (1950) -- 3. Quantum Theory of Non-Local Fields. Part II. Irreducible Fields and Their Interaction, Phys. Rev. 80, 1047 (1950)
-- 4. Structure and Mass Spectrum of Elementary Particles. I. General Considerations, Phys. Rev. 91, 415 (1953) -- 5. Structure and Mass Spectrum of Elementary Particles. II. Oscillator Model, Phys. Rev. 91, 416 (1953) -- 6. Properties
of the Bethe-Salpeter Wave Functions, Phys. Rev. 96, 1124 (1954) -- 7. Covariant Harmonic Oscillators and the Quark Model, Phys. Rev. D 8, 3521 (1973) -- 8. Orthogonality Relation for Covariant Harmonic- Oscillator Wave Functions,
Phys. Rev. D 10, 4306 (1974) -- 9. Complete Orthogonality Relations for the Covariant Harmonic Oscillator, Phys. Rev. D 23, 3078 (1981) -- 10. Dirac’s Form of Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, Am. J. Phys. 49, 1157 (1981) -- V:
Lorentz-Dirac Deformation in High Energy Physics -- 1. Electron Scattering from the Proton, Phys. Rev. 98, 183 (1955) -- 2. Nucleon Electromagnetic Form Factors at High Momentum Transfers in an Extended Particle Model based on the
Quark Model, Prog. Theor. Phys. 43, 73 (1970) -- 3. The Behavior of Hadron Collisions at Extreme Energies in High Energy Collisions, Proceedings of the Third International Conference, Stony Brook, New York, edited by C. N. Yang et al.
(Gordon and Breach, New York, 1969) -- 4. Inelastic Electron-Proton and ?- Proton Scattering and the Structure of the Nucleon, Phys. Rev. 185, 1975 (1969) -- 5. Covariant Harmonic Oscillators and the Parton Picture, Phys. Rev. D 15,
335 (1977) -- 6. Valons and Harmonic Oscillators, Phys. Rev. D 23, 2781 (1981) -- VI: Massless Particles and Gauge Transformations -- 1. Feynman Rules for Any Spin II. Massless Particles, Phys. Rev. 134, B882 (1964) -- 2. Photons and
Gravitons in S-Matrix Theory: Derivation of Charge Conservation and Equality of Gravitational and Inertial Mass, Phys. Rev. 135, B1049 (1964) -- 3. E(2)-Like Little Group for Massless Particles and Neutrino Polarization as a
Consequence of Gauge Invariance, Phys. Rev. D 26, 3717 (1982) -- VII: Group Contractions -- 1. On the Contraction of Groups and Their Representations, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. (U.S.A.) 39, 510 (1953) -- 2. Internal Space-Time Symmetries
of Massive and Massless Particles, Am. J. Phys. 52, 1037 (1984) -- 3. Eulerian Parametrization of Wigner’s Little Groups and Gauge Transformations in Terms of Rotations in Two-Component Spinors, J. Math. Phys. 27, 2228 (1986) -- 4.
Cylindrical Group and Massless Particles, J. Math. Phys. 28, 1175 (1987) -- VIII: Localization Problems -- 1. Localized States for Elementary Systems, Rev. Mod. Phys. 21, 400 (1949) -- 2. On the Localizability of Quantum Mechanical
Systems, Rev. Mod. Phys. 34, 845 (1962) -- 3. Uncertainty Relations for Light Waves and the Concept of Photons, Phys. Rev. A 35, 1682 (1987) -- IX: Lorentz Transformations -- 1. Precession of the Polarization of Particles Moving in a
Homogeneous Electromagnetic Field, Phys. Rev. Lett. 2, 435 (1959) -- 2. Is There a Link Between Gauge Invariance, Relativistic Invariance, and Electron Spin?, Nuovo Cimento 3IB, 1 (1976) -- 3. Special Relativity and Diagonal
Transformations, Am. J. Phys. 38, 218 (1970) -- 4. A Useful Form of the Minkowski Diagram, Am. J. Phys. 38, 1298 (1970) -- 5. SU(2) and SU(1,1) Interferometers, Phys. Rev. A 33, 4033 (1986) -- 6. Thomas Precession, Wigner Rotations and
Gauge Transformations, Class. Quantum Grav. 4, 1777 (1987) -- 7. Linear Canonical Transformations of Coherent and Squeezed States in the Wigner Phase Space, Phys. Rev. A 37, 807 (1988)
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Title:Zero-Range Potentials and Their Applications in Atomic Physics
Author(s): Yu. N Demkov
Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (296 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-5451-2
Contents:1 Basic Principles of the Zero-Range Potential Method -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Formulation of the Method -- 1.3 The One-Center Problem and Its Simple Applications -- 1.4 Separable Potentials and Scattering of Slow Electrons by Atoms
-- 2 Trajectories of the Poles of the S-Matrix and Resonance Scattering -- 2.1 Preliminary Remarks -- 2.2 Trajectories of the Zeros of the Jost Function for ? = 0 -- 2.3 The S-Matrix in a Two-Pole Approximation -- 2.4 The Case of ? ? 0
and Perturbation Theory for a Bound State Close to the Continuum -- 2.5 Trajectories of the Poles of the S-Matrix in the Case of ZRP and Separable Potentials -- 3 Zero-Range Potentials for Molecular Systems. Bound States -- 3.1
Many-Center Problems without External Fields -- 3.2 Potential Curves for a Two-Center System and Some Applications -- 3.3 Analytic Properties of the Potential Curves and Trajectories of the Poles of the S-Matrix -- 3.4 Perturbation
Theory in the Presence of an External Electric Field -- 3.5 Perturbation Theory in the Presence of an External Magnetic Field -- 3.6 Solution of the Schrödinger Equation with the Help of ZRPs -- 4 Scattering by a System of Zero-Range
Potentials and the Partial Wave Method for a Nonspherical Scatterer -- 4.1 The Partial Wave Method -- 4.2 Behavior of the Phases at Low Energy -- 4.3 The Variational Principle -- 4.4 Scattering by a System of ZRPs -- 4.5 ZRPs in the
Theory of Multiple Scattering -- 5 Zero-Range Potentials in Multi-Channel Problems -- 5.1 Zero-Range Potentials for a Many-Component Wavefunction -- 5.2 Singlet-Triplet Splitting and Cross Sections for Elastic and Inelastic Scattering
-- 5.3 Energy Terms of the e + H2 System and Trajectories of the Poles of the S-Matrix for a Two-Channel Problem -- 5.4 Electron Scattering by Molecules in the Separable Potential Approximation -- 6 Motion of a Particle in a Periodic
Field of Zero-Range Potentials -- 6.1 One-Dimensional Lattice in a Three-Dimensional Space. Bound States -- 6.2 Electron Scattering by Long Linear Molecules -- 6.3 Two-Dimensional Lattice in Three-Dimensional Space -- 6.4
Three-Dimensional Lattice and the Method of Ewald -- 7 Weakly Bound Systems in Electric and Magnetic Fields -- 7.1 Weakly Bound Systems in a Homogeneous Electric Field -- 7.2 Weakly Bound Systems in a Homogeneous Magnetic Field -- 7.3
Weakly Bound Systems in Crossed Electric and Magnetic Fields -- 7.4 A Combination of ZRPs and a Coulomb Field -- 8 Electron Detachment in Slow Collisions Between a Negative Ion and an Atom -- 8.1 ZRPs in Time-Dependent Quantum
Mechanical Problems -- 8.2 Linear Approximation in Detachment Theory -- 8.3 Account of the Finite Size of the Colliding System -- 8.4 Production of Negative Ions in Three-Body Collisions -- 9 Time-Dependent Quantum Mechanical Problems
Solvable by Contour Integration -- 9.1 General Time-Dependent Problems Solvable by Contour Integration -- 9.2 Adiabatic Approximation and Trajectories of the Poles of the S-Matrix -- 9.3 Ionization in Slow Atomic Collisions -- 10
Nonlinear Approximations in the Theory of Electron Detachment -- 10.1 Nonlinear Problems Solvable by Contour Integration. Sudden Approximation -- 10.2 Quadratic Approximation in the Theory of Electron Detachment -- 10.3 Quadratic
Approximation (General Case) -- 11 Time-Independent Quantum Mechanical Problems -- 11.1 Account of the Quantal Motion of the Nuclei in Detachment Theory -- 11.2 Time-Independent Quantum Mechanical Problems Solvable by Contour
Integration -- References
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Title:Few-Body Problems in Particle, Nuclear, Atomic, and Molecular Physics Proceedings of the XIth European Conference on Few-Body Physics, Fontevraud, August 31–September 5, 1987
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Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (583 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-8956-6
Contents:Opening -- Modern Trends in the Study of Few-Nucleon Systems -- 1 Plenary Sessions -- 1. Few-Hadron Systems -- Recent Developments in Meson-Exchange NN and NN? Interactions -- On the Construction of Three-Nucleon Potentials -- Results
of Recent Calculations Using Realistic Potentials -- Microscopic Four-Body Calculations and Short-Range Correlation in Nuclei -- Few-Body Hypernuclear Systems: Weak Decays -- 2. Response of Few-Body Systems to Electromagnetic Probes --
Isoscalar and Isovector Electromagnetic Properties of Few-Nucleon Systems -- Electromagnetic Interactions and Mesonic Degrees of Freedom in Nuclei -- Proton Momentum Distribution in 3He and 4He Studied with the Quasifree (e, e’p)
Reaction -- Correlations and Three-Body Effects in Photo- and Electronuclear Reactions -- Nucleon Momentum Distributions and Spectral Functions in Few-Body Systems -- Nuclear Currents and Form Factors in the Skyrme Model -- 3. Response
of Few-Body Systems to Hadronic Probes -- Few-Body Problems at Intermediate Energies -- Properties of the Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction and Three-Nucleon Scattering -- New Information on and Current Understanding of the Coupled NN?
System -- Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction Above Pion Threshold -- 4. Short-Range Phenomena — Few-Quark Systems -- Quarks in AW and Few-Body Systems -- Multiquark Exotics (Baryonium, Dibaryons, etc.) -- Consequences of the Quark Structure
of Hadrons in Nuclei -- Linearly Confining Force from Quark and Gluon Condensates -- 5. Atomic and Molecular Physics -- Probing the Quantum Analog of Chaos with Atoms in External Fields -- Theory of (e, 2e) Reactions -- Hyperspherical
Coordinates for Electron Correlations -- On the Electronic and Geometrical Structures of Small Atomic Clusters -- Faddeev-Born-Oppenheimer Equations for Molecular Three-Body Systems: Application to H2+ -- Atom-Diatom Scattering in
Hyperspherical Coordinates -- 2 Parallel Sessions -- 1. Response of Few-Body Systems to Electromagnetic Probes -- Precise Measurements of the Deuteron A(q) Structure Function -- High Proton Momenta and Short-Range Nucleon-Nucleon
Correlations in a 3He (e, e’p) Experiment -- Further MEC Contributions to the Charge Form Factor of the 3 N System -- Y-Scaling and Nucleon Momentum Distribution in Few-Nucleon Systems -- FSI in Inclusive Electron Scattering and
Y-Scaling -- Trinucleon D-State Effects in p-d Radiative Capture Reaction -- Forward and Backward Angles Deuteron Photodisintegration at Intermediate Energies -- Photo-Absorption Mechanism in 3He Around the ?(1232) Resonance -- 2.
Response of Few-Body Systems to Hadronic Probes -- Annihilation of Antiprotons at Rest in 3He and 4He -- Three-Body Hypernuclei and Hypernuclear Interactions -- Search for Strange Sixquark States in pp ? K+ X Missing Mass Spectra --
Violation of Charge Symmetry -- Search for Narrow Dibaryon Resonances in the pp?° Channel -- Experimental Evidence of Narrow Non-Strange Dibaryons -- Baryon Properties with Three-Quark Forces -- NN ? N? Process in the ?NN Theory --
Pion Absorption in 3He and 4He Nuclei -- Three-Body Calculations of ?N Scattering -- 3. Hyperspherical Formalism Applied to Few-Body Systems -- Historical Review and Modern Trends in Hyperspherical Formalism -- On the Use of H. H. for
Photoeffect -- An Integro-Differential Equation Approach to Few- and Many-Body Systems -- Hyperspherical Methods for Three-Quark Systems -- Are Particles and Antiparticles Able to Form (Quasi) Molecular Structures? -- 4. Hadron-Hadron
Interactions and Hadron Few-Body Systems -- Investigation of the Triton and 3He Asymptotic Normalization Constant with the 4He(d, 3He)3H Reaction -- Coupled Channels and P-Matrix Approach to Baryon-Antibaryon Interactions -- Soft-Core
Hyperon-Nucleon Potential Model -- Nucleón Properties with Running Quark Masses -- Neutron-Deuteron Scattering Calculations with Optimal Separable Two-Body Input -- Two-Body and Three-Body Forces in a Baryon Within Lattice QCD -- A
Precision Measurement of the Analyzing Power Ay in the Elastic pp Scattering at 50.04 MeV -- Momentum Space Lattice Calculation of the Two-Body S-Matrix of the Massive Thirring Model -- Equivalent Local Potentials for Three-Body
Scattering -- “Optimal” Approximation and the Realistic Nucleon-Nucleon Interactions -- Three-Nucleon Continuum Calculations with Realistic NN Potentials -- Closing -- Conference Summary -- List of Participants
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Title:Collisions of Electrons with Atoms and Molecules
Author(s): G. F Drukarev
Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (252 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-1779-1
Contents:Introduction: General Description of Electron Collision Processes with Atomic Particles -- 0.1 The Concept of Cross Section -- 0.2 Interaction of Electrons with Atomsor Atomic Ions -- 0.3 Some Information about Atomic Structure -- 0.4
General Characteristics of the Cross SectionCalculation Methods -- 0.5 Collision Processes of Electrons with Moleculesand Molecular Ions -- Scattering of a Particle by a Potential -- 1.1 The Wave Function: Scattering Amplitude -- 1.2
Partial Waves Expansion -- 1.3 The Jost Function and its Properties -- 1.4 Scattering of a Slow Particle by a ShortRange Central Field: Resonances -- 1.5 Effect of a Long-range Tail in the Potentialwhich Falls as r-4 -- 1.6 Effect of
the Coulomb Attractive Potentialon Slow Particle Scattering -- 1.7 Scattering by Two Short-Range Nonoverlapping Potentials -- 1.8 Scattering by an Electric Dipole -- 1.9 Scattering of Fast Particles: Various Approximations --
Scattering of a Particle with Spin: Polarization Phenomena -- 2.1 Amplitude Matrix -- 2.2 The Density Matrix Formalism -- 2.3 Expressions for Observable Quantities -- 2.4 Polarization of a Beam of Particles -- 2.5 Scattering of a
Partly-Polarized Beam -- The Simplest Two-Channel System -- 3.1 Formulation of the Problem: Boundary Conditions: S-matrix -- 3.2 Elastic Scattering Below the Threshold:Resonances -- 3.3 Cusps -- 3.4 Cross Sections Above the Threshold
-- 3.5 Effect of an Attractive Coulomb Field -- Collisions of Electrons with Atoms and Ions: General Theory -- 4.1 Wave Function of the System: Amplitudes andCross Sections -- 4.2 The Total Spin Representation: Separation ofthe Spin
Variables -- 4.3 Reduction of the Many-Channel Problem -- 4.4 Partial Waves: The Total Angular MomentumRepresentation -- 4.5 The Jost Matrix and Related Matrices -- 4.6 Effects of Closed Channels -- 4.7 Correlation and Polarization
Phenomena -- Approximate Methods for Electron-Atom Collisions: Cross Section Calculations -- 5.1 Methods for the Approximate Solution of theMany-Channel Problem -- 5.2 The Born Approximation and its Modifications -- 5.3 The Glauber
Approximation -- 5.4 Classical Mechanics (Binary Approximation) -- Elastic and Inelastic Scattering of Electrons by Atoms and Positive Ions -- 6.1 Hydrogen -- 6.2 Helium -- 6.3 Alkali Metal Atoms (Li, Na, K, Cs) -- 6.4 Other Atoms:
References and Comments -- 6.5 Collisions of Electrons with Positive Ions -- Ionization -- 7.1 Threshold Behavior of the IonizationCross Section -- 7.2 The Differential Cross Sections: General Relations -- 7.3 Ionization Through
Excitation of AutoionizingStates: Postcollision Interaction -- 7.4 Hydrogen -- 7.5 Helium -- 7.6 Total Ionization Cross Sections for Various Atoms -- Rotational and Vibrational Excitation of Molecules -- 8.1 Excitation of Rotation of
Two Atom Molecules Below the Vibrational Threshold -- 8.2 Excitation of Vibrations and Combined Rotational-Vibrational Transitions -- Dissociation of Molecules -- 9.1 Dissociative Attachment -- 9.2 Dissociative Recombination -- 9.3
Dissociation Through Electronic Excitation -- References
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Title:Scattering by Obstacles
Author(s): Alexander G Ramm
Date:1986
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Note:10.1007/978-94-009-4544-9
Contents:I. Scattering by an Obstacle -- 1. Statement of the Problem. Basic Integral Equations -- 2. Existence and Uniqueness of the Solution to the Scattering Problem -- 3. Eigenfunction Expansion Theorem -- 4. Properties of the Scattering
Amplitude -- 5. The S-Matrix and Wave Operators -- 6. Inequalities for Solutions to Helmholtz’s Equation for Large frequencies -- 7. Representations of solutions to Helmholtz’s Equation -- II. The Inverse Scattering (Diffraction)
Problem -- 1. Statement of the Problem and Uniqueness Theorems -- 2. Reconstruction of Obstacles from the Scattering Data at High Frequencies -- 3. Stability of the Surface with Respect to Small Perturbations of the Data -- III. Time
Dependent Problem -- 1. Statement of the Problems -- 2. The Limiting Amplitude Principle (Abstract Results) -- 3. The Limiting Amplitude Principle for the Laplacian in Exterior Domains -- 4. Decay of Energy -- 5. Singularity and
Eigenmode Expansion Methods -- IV. T-Matrix Scheme and Other Numerical Schemes -- 1. Statement of the Problem -- 2. Justification of the T-Matrix Scheme -- 3. Numerical Results -- 4. Other Schemes -- V. Scattering by Small Bodies -- 1.
Scattering by a Single Small Body -- 2. Scattering by Many Small Bodies -- 3. Electromagnetic Wave Scattering by Small Bodies -- 4. Behavior of the Solutions to Exterior Boundary Value Problems at Low Frequencies -- VI. Some Inverse
Scattering Problems of Geophysics -- 1. Inverse Scattering for Geophysical Problems -- 2. Two Parameter Inversion -- 3. An Inversion Formula in Scattering Theory -- 4. A Model Inverse Problem of Induction Logging -- VII. Scattering by
Obstacles with Infinite Boundaries -- 1. Statement of the Problem -- 2. Spectral Properties of the Laplacians -- 3. Spectral Properties of the Dirichlet Laplacian in Semi-Infinite Tubes -- 4. Absence of Positive Eigenvalues for the
Dirichlet Laplacian Under Local Assumptions at Infinity -- 5. The Limiting Absorption Principle and Compact Perturbations of the Boundary -- 6. Eigenfunction Expansions in Canonical Domains -- Appendix 1. Summary of some Results in
Potential Theory and Embedding Theorems -- Appendix 2. Summary of some Results in Operator Theory -- Appendix 4. Stable Numerical Differentiation -- Appendix 5. Limit of the Spectra of the Interior Neumann Problems when a Solid Domain
Shrinks to a Plane One -- Appendix 6. Construction of a Surface from its Principal Curvatures -- Appendix 7. Resonances -- Research Problems -- Bibliographical Notes -- List of Symbols
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Title:Quantum Mechanics: Foundations and Applications
Author(s): Arno Bohm
Date:1986
Edition:Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged
Size:1 online resource (596 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-01168-3
Contents:I Mathematical Preliminaries -- I.1 The Mathematical Language of Quantum Mechanics -- I.2 Linear Spaces, Scalar Product -- I.3 Linear Operators -- I.4 Basis Systems and Eigenvector Decomposition -- I.5 Realizations of Operators and of
Linear Spaces -- I.6 Hermite Polynomials as an Example of Orthonormal Basis Functions -- Appendix to Section I.6 -- I.7 Continuous Functionals -- I.8 How the Mathematical Quantities Will Be Used -- Problems -- II Foundations of Quantum
Mechanics—The Harmonic Oscillator -- II.1 Introduction -- II.2 The First Postulate of Quantum Mechanics -- II.3 Algebra of the Harmonic Oscillator -- II.4 The Relation Between Experimental Data and Quantum-Mechanical Observables --
II.5 The Basic Assumptions Applied to the Harmonic Oscillator, and Some Historical Remarks -- II.6 Some General Consequences of the Basic Assumptions of Quantum Mechanics -- II.7 Eigenvectors of Position and Momentum Operators the Wave
Functions of the Harmonic Oscillator -- II.8 Postulates II and III for Observables with Continuous Spectra -- II.9 Position and Momentum Measurements—Particles and Waves -- Problems -- III Energy Spectra of Some Molecules -- III.1
Transitions Between Energy Levels of Vibrating Molecules— The Limitations of the Oscillator Model -- III.2 The Rigid Rotator -- III.3 The Algebra of Angular Momentum -- III.4 Rotation Spectra -- III.5 Combination of Quantum Physical
Systems—The Vibrating Rotator -- Problems -- IV Complete Systems of Commuting Observables -- V Addition of Angular Momenta—The Wigner-Eckart Theorem -- V.1 Introduction—The Elementary Rotator -- V.2 Combination of Elementary Rotators
-- V.3 Tensor Operators and the Wigner-Eckart Theorem -- Appendix to Section V.3 -- V.4 Parity 192 Problem -- VI Hydrogen Atom—The Quantum-Mechanical Kepler Problem -- VI.1 Introduction -- VI.2 Classical Kepler Problem -- VI.3
Quantum-Mechanical Kepler Problem -- VI.4 Properties of the Algebra of Angular Momentum and the Lenz Vector -- VI.5 The Hydrogen Spectrum -- Problem -- VII Alkali Atoms and the Schrödinger Equation of One-Electron Atoms -- VII.1 The
Alkali Hamiltonian and Perturbation Theory -- VII.2 Calculation of the Matrix Elements of the Operator Q -- VII.3 Wave Functions and Schrödinger Equation of the Hydrogen Atom and the Alkali Atoms -- Problem -- VIII Perturbation Theory
-- VIII.I Perturbation of the Discrete Spectrum -- VIII.2 Perturbation of the Continuous Spectrum— The Lippman-Schwinger Equation -- Problems -- IX Electron Spin -- IX.1 Introduction -- IX.2 The Fine Structure—Qualitative
Considerations -- IX.3 Fine-Structure Interaction -- IX.4 Fine Structure of Atomic Spectra -- IX.5 Selection Rules -- IX.6 Remarks on the State of an Electron in Atoms -- Problems -- X Indistinguishable Particles -- X.1 Introduction --
Problem -- XI Two-Electron Systems—The Helium Atom -- XI.1 The Two Antisymmetric Subspaces of the Helium Atom -- XI.2 Discrete Energy Levels of Helium -- XI.3 Selection Rules and Singlet-Triplet Mixing for the Helium Atom -- XI.4
Doubly Excited States of Helium -- Problems -- XII Time Evolution -- XII.1 Time Evolution -- XII.A Mathematical Appendix : Definitions and Properties of Operators that Depend upon a Parameter -- Problems -- XIII Some Fundamental
Properties of Quantum Mechanics -- XIII.1 Change of the State by the Dynamical Law and by the Measuring Process—The Stern-Gerlach Experiment -- Appendix to Section XIII.1 -- XIII.2 Spin Correlations in a Singlet State -- XIII.3 Bell’s
Inequalities, Hidden Variables, and the Einstein-Podolsky Rosen Paradox -- Problems -- XIV Transitions in Quantum Physical Systems—Cross Section -- XIV.1 Introduction -- XIV.2 Transition Probabilities and Transition Rates -- XIV.3
Cross Sections -- XIV.4 The Relation of Cross Sections to the Fundamental Physical Observables -- XIV.5 Derivation of Cross-Section Formulas for the Scattering of a Beam off a Fixed Target -- Problems -- XV Formal Scattering Theory and
Other Theoretical Considerations -- XV.1 The Lippman-Schwinger Equation -- XV.2 In-States and Out-States -- XV.3 The S-Operator and the Møller Wave Operators -- XV.A Appendix -- XVI Elastic and Inelastic Scattering for Spherically
Symmetric Interactions -- XVI.1 Partial-Wave Expansion -- XVI.2 Unitarity and Phase Shifts -- XVI.3 Argand Diagrams -- Problems -- XVII Free and Exact Radial Wave Functions -- XVII.1 Introduction -- XVII.2 The Radial Wave Equation --
XVII.3 The Free Radial Wave Function -- XVII.4 The Exact Radial Wave Function -- XVII.5 Poles and Bound States -- XVII.6 Survey of Some General Properties of Scattering Amplitudes and Phase Shifts -- XVII.A Mathematical Appendix on
Analytic Functions -- Problems -- XVIII Resonance Phenomena -- XVIII.1 Introduction -- XVIII.2 Time Delay and Phase Shifts -- XVIII.3 Causality Conditions -- XVIII.4 Causality and Analyticity -- XVIII.5 Brief Description of the
Analyticity Properties of the S-Matrix -- XVIII.6 Resonance Scattering—Breit-Wigner Formula for Elastic Scattering -- XVIII.7 The Physical Effect of a Virtual State -- XVIII.8 Argand Diagrams for Elastic Resonances and Phase-Shift
Analysis -- XVIII.9 Comparison with the Observed Cross Section: The Effect of Background and Finite Energy Resolution -- Problems -- XIX Time Reversal -- XIX.1 Space-Inversion Invariance and the Properties of the S-Matrix -- XIX.2 Time
Reversal -- Appendix to Section XIX.2 -- XIX.3 Time-Reversal Invariance and the Properties of the S-Matrix -- Problems -- XX Resonances in Multichannel Systems -- XX.1 Introduction -- XX.2 Single and Double Resonances -- XX.3 Argand
Diagrams for Inelastic Resonances -- XXI The Decay of Unstable Physical Systems -- XXI.1 Introduction -- XXI.2 Lifetime and Decay Rate -- XXI.3 The Description of a Decaying State and the Exponential Decay Law -- XXI.4 Gamow Vectors
and Their Association to the Resonance Poles of the S-Matrix -- XXI.5 The Golden Rule -- XXI.6 Partial Decay Rates -- Problems -- Epilogue
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Title:Differential Geometric Methods in Mathematical Physics Proceedings of an International Conference Held at the Technical University of Clausthal, FRG, August 30–September 2, 1983
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Date:1985
Size:1 online resource (344 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0074572
Contents:The work of Steven M. Paneitz -- Indecomposable finite dimensional representations of the poincare group and associated fields -- The energy momentum mapping of the lagrange top -- On the momentum mapping in field theory -- An
axiomatic characterization of the poincare-cartan form for second order variational problems -- Energy level distributions and chaos in quantum mechanics -- Quasi-*-algebras and general weyl quantization -- Geometry of dynamical
systems with time-dependent constraints and time-dependent hamiltonians: An approach toward quantization -- Regularity aspects of the quantized perturbative S-matrix in 4-dimensional space-time -- Curvature forms with singularities and
non-integral characteristic classes -- Yang-mills aspects of poincaré gauge theories -- Supermanifolds and Berezin's new integral -- Spontaneous compactification and fermion chirality -- Off-shell extended supergravity in extended
superspace -- Completely integrable systems of KdV-type related to isospectral periodic regular difference operators -- Non-linear techniques in two dimensional grassmannian Sigma models -- A geometrical obstruction to the existence of
two totally umbilical complementary foliations in compact manifolds -- Einstein equations without killing vectors, non-linear sigma models and self-dual yang-mills theory -- Locality and uniformity in global elasticity -- Differential
geometrical approach to the theory of amorphous solids -- The ising model on finitely generated groups and the braid group
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Keywords: Mathematics , Differential geometry , Physics , Mathematics , Differential Geometry , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Title:Scattering Theory for Diffraction Gratings
Author(s): Calvin H Wilcox
Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (180 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-1130-3
Contents:1. Physical Theory -- 1. The Physical Problem -- 2. The Mathematical Formulation -- 3. Solution of the Initial-Boundary Value Problem -- 4. The Reference Problem and Its Eigenfunctions -- 5. Rayleigh-Bloch Diffracted Plane Waves for
Gratings -- 6. Rayleigh-Bloch Surface Waves for Gratings -- 7. Rayleigh-Bloch Wave Expansions -- 8. Wave and Scattering Operators for Gratings -- 9. Asymptotic Wave Functions for Gratings -- 10. The Scattering of Signals from Remote
Sources -- 2. Mathematical Theory -- 1. Grating Domains and Grating Propagators -- 2. Rayleigh-Bloch Waves -- 3. The Reduced Grating Propagator Ap -- 4. Analytic Continuation of the Resolvent of Ap -- 5. Proofs of the Results of §4 --
6. The Eigenfunction Expansion for Ap -- 7. Proofs of the Results of §6 -- 8. The Rayleigh-Bloch Wave Expansions for A -- 9. Proofs of the Results of §8 -- 10. The Initial-Boundary Value Problems for the Scattered Fields -- 11.
Construction of the Wave Operators for AP and Ao,p -- 12. Construction of the Wave Operators for A and Ao -- 13. Asymptotic Wave Functions and Energy Distributions -- 14. Construction and Structure of the S-Matrix -- 15. The Scattering
of Signals by Diffraction Gratings -- References
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Title:The Quantum Mechanical Few-Body Problem
Author(s): Walter Glöckle
Date:1983
Size:1 online resource (200 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-82081-6
Contents:1. Elements of Potential Scattering Theory -- 1.1 The Möller Wave Operator -- 1.2 The Cross Section -- 1.3 Resolvent Operators and Green’s Functions -- 1.4 Asymptotic Behaviour of the Scattering Wave Function -- 1.5 The S-, T-, and
K-Matrices -- 1.6 S-Matrix Pole Trajectories -- 1.7 Criteria for Divergence or Convergence of the Neumann Series -- 2. Scattering Theory for the Two-Nucleon System -- 2.1 Density Matrices for the Initial and Final State -- 2.2 The
General Spin Observable -- 2.3 The Wolfenstein Parametrisation of the Scattering Amplitude -- 2.4 Examples for Spin Observables -- 2.5 Partial-Wave Decomposition -- 2.6 Standard S-Matrix Representations -- 2.7 Numerical Methods -- 3.
Three Interacting Particles -- 3.1 Channels -- 3.2 The Fundamental Set of Lippmann-Schwinger Equations -- 3.3 Faddeev Equations and Other Coupling Schemes -- 3.4 Transition Operators -- 3.5 Examples of Numerical Studies in Few-Nucleon
Scattering -- 3.6 The Three-Nucleon Bound State -- 4. Four Interacting Particles -- 4.1 The Fundamental Set of Lippmann-Schwinger Equations -- 4.2 Coupled Equations in Dummy Variables -- 4.3 Yakubovsky Equations -- 4.4 AGS-Equations
for Transition Operators -- 4.5 Remarks on Equations of Higher Connectivity -- References -- Reviews, Monographies, and Conferences
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Title:Resonances in Heavy Ion Reactions Proceedings of the Symposium Held at the Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, October 12–15, 1981
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Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (448 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0018202
Contents:Resonances in heavy ion collisions -- Extended critical analysis of structures in the excitation functions for 9Be + 12C -- Use of the deviation function in a search for resonances in the system 12C + 16O -- Nucleon decay of 12C+ 12C
and 12C+ 16O: Resonances or statistical fluctuations? -- Resonant structures in the 16O+16O-System near the coulomb barrier) -- Partial coherence in heavy-ion reactions -- Search for resonances in light heavy ion systems -- 12C + 12C
resonances studied in the elastic, inelastic, and transfer channels -- The spins and spectroscopy of 12C +12C intermediate structure resonances -- Direct observation of 12C-12C configuration states in their 12C decay -- Elastic and
inelastic scattering of 14C+14C AND 12C+14C -- Microscopic investigation of the 14C + 14C interaction -- 1OB + 14N AND 12C + 12C reaction data near molecular resonances -- High-resolution excitation functions of 14N + 14N reactions
near resonances in 28SI -- Intermediate and fine structure studies in the system 16O+12C -- Correlation measurement searching for resonant 12C-12C states induced by the 12C(16O,?) reaction -- Resonances in 26Al, 29Si and 30Si: Are they
entrance channel dependent? -- Gross structure in mismatched channels -- Resonances in s-d shell nuclei -- High angular momentum resonances in 28Si + 28Si scattering -- Microscopic study of elastic 28Si-28Si scattering -- Search for
intermediate structure in 36Ar via the 24Mg(12C,?)32S reaction -- Molecular structure in 12C + 12C, orbiting in 12C + 28Si, and first studies of the 60Ni + 60Ni interaction -- Phase shift analysis and heavy ion scattering --
Local-potential description of the bound, quasi-bound and scattering states of the ?-nucleus system -- Calculation of the internal and barrier wave contributions to the heavy ion elastic scattering made simple -- Unitarity of the
S-matrix and resonance phenomena in nuclear reaction cross sections -- Characteristic resonances and the limits to fusion in light heavy-ion systems -- Fusion Resonances in 12C(16O,Y)28Si -- Total reaction cross section of 12C+16O near
the coulomb barrier -- Structure in heavy ion reactions involving 14C -- Structure in symmetric light heavy-ion fusion cross sections -- Search for ?-rays from the quasimolecular 12C + 12C system -- Search for direct ?-transitions in
12C+12 C -- Measurement of spin alignment in 12C+12C inelastic scattering -- DWBA analyses of resonance structure in the 16O(16O,12C)20Ne reaction -- Theory of nuclear molecular states -- Structure and formation of molecules -- Weak
coupling model approach to heavy ion molecular resonance -- Multistep transfer of nucleons and the formation of molecular orbitals -- Validity of the adiabatic molecular orbital concept in the interaction of heavy ions -- Resonances in
16O+16O and the Systematic Occurrence of J?=8+ Resonances in Heavy Ion Resonant Systems -- Schematic models of resonances: Predictions and comparison -- On the structural similarity of nuclear molecules -- Summary of the conference
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Title:Non-Relativistic Quantum Dynamics
Author(s): W. O Amrein
Date:1981
Size:1 online resource (238 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-0316-2
Contents:1: Linear Operators in Hilbert Space -- 1.1 Hilbert Space -- 1.2 Linear Operators -- 1.3 Integration in Hilbert Space -- 2: Self-Adjoint Operators. SchrÖdinger Operators -- 2.1 Self-Adjointness Criteria -- 2.2 Spectral Properties of
Self-Adjoint Operators -- 2.3 Multiplication Operators. The Laplacian -- 2.4 Perturbation Theory. Schrödinger Handltonians -- 2.5 Schrödinger Operators with Singular Potentials -- 3: Hilbert-Schmidt and Compact Operators -- 3.1
Hilbert-Schmidt Operators -- 3.2 Compact Operators -- 4: Evolution Groups -- 4.1 Evolution Groups and Their Infinitesimal Generators -- 4.2 Functional Calculus -- 4.3 Ergodic Properties of Evolution Groups -- 4.4 The Schrödinger Free
Evolution Group -- 5: Asymptotic Properties of Evolution Groups -- 5.1 Bound States, Scattering States and Absorbed States -- 5.2 Wave Operators -- 5.3 Abstract Conditions for Existence and Completeness of Wave Operators -- 5.4
Asymptotic Completeness for Schrödinger Operators -- 6: Scattering Theory -- 6.1 The Scattering Operator and the S-Matrix -- 6.2 Scattering into Cones -- 6.3 Bounds on Scattering Cross Sections -- Notes -- Notation Index
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Title:New Developments in Mathematical Physics
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Date:1981
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Contents:Foreword -- Lectures -- Classical Scattering Theory -- Geometric Methods in Scattering Theory -- Three-Body Coulomb Scattering -- Inverse Spectral and Scattering Theory -- Time Delay of Quantum Scattering Processes -- Finiteness of
Total Cross-Sections -- Analyticity Properties of the S-Matrix: Historical Survey and Recent Results in S-Matrix Theory and Axiomatic Field Theory -- Scattering in Quantum Field Theory: The M.P.S.A. Approach in Complex Momentum Space
-- Geometrical Aspects of Gauge Configurations -- A Brief Introduction to the Geometry of Gauge Fields -- The Geometry of Symmetry Breakingin Gauge Theories -- Geometric Aspects of Quantized Gauge Theories -- Recent Developments in
Finite Energy (Topological) Monopole Theory -- Seminars -- On the Universal Low Energy Limit in Nonrelativistic Scattering Theory -- On Classical Time Delay -- A Finite-Energy SU(3) Solution Which Does not Satisfy the Bogomolny
Equations -- $$\rm {\tilde S}O_0$$ (3.2)-Invariant Scattering of Dirac Singletons -- Generating Multimonopoles by Soliton Theoretic Method -- Remarks on Lattice Gauge Models -- The Klein-Kaluza Theory with a Torsion -- Attempts at a
Geometrical Understanding of Higgs Fields -- Monopoles in SU2-Yang-Milis Theory -- Extended Kaluza-Klein Unified Gauge Theories -- Rigorous Estimates of the Elastic e¯ (µ¯p) Scattering Amplitude -- On the Relation Between Bare and
Dressed Charge in QED -- Decomposition of the Coherence Relation in C*-Algebraic Many Body Physics -- Optical Theorem for Three-Three Scattering -- On the Determination of tN Phase Shifts from Isospin Constraints and Fixed t
Analyticity
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Title:Recent Progress in Many-Body Theories Proceedings of the Second International Conference Held at Oaxtepec, Mexico, January 12–17, 1981
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Date:1981
Size:1 online resource (182 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0018134
Contents:Mean-field approximations to the many-body S-matrix -- Quantum mean-field theory of collective dynamics and tunneling -- Modern theories of irreversible phenomena and entropy Some applications to nuclear physics -- Non trivial
Hartree-Fock studies in the thermodynamic limit -- Nuclear forces and nuclear matter including pions and isobars -- Recent developments in the bonn potential and its application in nuclear matter -- Search for basic properties of the
nucleon-nucleon interaction -- Relativistic quantum field approach to nuclear matter and nuclei -- Path integrals, boson expansions and mean field approximations -- Applications of generalized holstein-primakoff transformations to
problems of nuclear collective motion -- Theory of metal surfaces: Variational calculation using a correlated wave function -- Many-body effects in the optical properties of quasi-two dimensional systems -- Non-local effects in the
electromagnetic properties of interfaces -- Calculation of the coefficients of the nuclear mass formula -- Coupled clusters and coulomb correlations -- Calculation of gaps of superconductors by Coupled Cluster Methods (CCM) --
Correlated Bcs theory -- Microscopic Parameters for Superconductivity -- Phonons in superconducting Pd-H(D) alloys using the coherent potential approximation with off-diagonal disorder -- Recent progress in the understanding of
strongly coupled coulomb systems -- The perturbation theory approach to the ground state energy in an infinite fermion system -- Brueckner-bethe calculations of nuclear matter -- Coupled Cluster Description of Relativistic Many Body
Systems -- Variational matrix pade approximants applied to few body problems -- Nuclear matter and nuclear hamiltonian -- Excitations and transport in quantum liquids -- Quasiparticle properties in nuclear matter -- New approaches to
the study of collective excitations in strongly-interacting fermi systems -- Impurity quasiparticle as a weak inhomogeneity -- Effective free energy for nonlinear dynamics -- Green's function monte carlo and the many-fermion problem --
The stochastic solution of the many-body Schroedinger equation for fermions -- Recent developments and future prospects in CBF theory -- Optimal Jastrow correlations for Fermi liquids -- CBF perturbation corrections to the Jastrow
ground-state of the electron gas -- Correlations in bose fluids -- Model hamiltonian for superfluidity -- Consequences of defects on lattice vibrations semiclassical theory -- Spin-alignment in condensed atomic hydrogen -- The
born-green-yvon theory of fermion quantum fluids -- Statistical theories of large atoms and molecules -- Electrons, phonons and the optical properties of small metallic particles -- Atomic exchange energy as a density functional --
Liouvillian propagator technique for perturbed wave functions, level shifts and broadenings of composite particles in a many-body medium -- Density functionals from models of the electronic charge density -- Effective hamiltonian
theory: Recent formal results and non-nuclear applications -- Applications of moment methods to finite nuclei -- Variational calculations on light nuclei -- Study of light nuclei from 4He to 40Ca with the faht cluster expansion --
Three-body forces in nuclei -- Role of isobars in nuclear independent particle motion -- Hyperons in nuclear matter — an impurity problem -- Pion condensation, equation of state of dense matter and neutron stars -- Structure of
baryonic system with pion condensation and its implication in neutron star problems -- Nucleon superfluidity under pion condensation -- Spin-isospin order: critical density in nuclear matter and a possible realization in nuclei --
Group theory and collective degrees of freedom in nuclear many body systems -- List of Papers not contained in the Proceedings
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Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Nuclear fusion , Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Nuclear Fusion
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Title:Complex Analysis, Microlocal Calculus and Relativistic Quantum Theory Proceedings of the Colloquium Held at Les Houches, Centre de Physique September 1979
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Date:1980
Size:1 online resource (505 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-09996-4
Contents:Essential support theory and u=0 theorems -- The theory of holonomic systems with regular singularities and its relevance to physical problems -- Second-microlocalization and asymptotic expansions -- Deuxieme microlocalisation -- Sur
le problème de Hilbert-Riemann -- Conditions de positivité dans une variété symplectique complexe . Applications à l'étude des microfonctions -- Fuchsian systems of linear differential equations associated to Nilsson class functions
and an application to Feynman integrals -- Singularites des solutions des equations aux derivees partielles non linearies -- Comportement semi classique du spectre d'un hamiltonien quantique -- Rational and Padé approximations to
solutions of linear differential equations and the monodromy theory -- METHODE DE LA PHASE STATIONNAIRE ET SOMMATION DE BOREL -- Les series ? — sommables et leurs applications -- Reflection of analytic singularities -- Les operateurs
metadifferentiels -- Asymptotic behaviour of Feynman integrals -- Integral relations in complex space and the global analytic and monodromic structure of Green's functions in quantum field theory: Some general ideas and recent results
-- Microcausality, macrocasuality and the physical region (micro)analytic S-matrix -- Analytic 2-particle structure and crossing constraints -- On the scattering matrix with indefinite metric -- On the representation of the local
current algebra -- S matrix theory of the massive thirring model -- Field theories in 1+1-dimensions with soliton behaviour: Form factors and Green's functions -- One and multidimensional completely integrable systems arising from the
isospectral deformation -- Quantization of exactly integrable field theoretic models -- Aspects of Holonomic quantum fields -- Recent results for the planar Ising model
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Title:Mathematical Methods and Applications of Scattering Theory Proceedings of a Conference Held at Catholic University Washington, D. C., May 21 – 25, 1979
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Date:1980
Size:1 online resource (334 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-10023-7
Contents:Multiple scattering of waves by correlated distributions -- The S-matrix and sonar echo structure -- Some applications of functional analysis in classical scattering -- Numerical methods for Helmholtz-type equations in unbounded
regions -- The role of surface waves in scattering processes of nuclear physics and acoustics -- Topics in radar scattering theory -- Coherent scattering from rough surfaces -- Application of a technique of Franklin and Friedman to
some problems in acoustics -- High-frequency signal propagation and scattering in guiding channels -- Scattering by moving bodies: The Quasi-Stationary approximation -- Variational methods for wave scattering from random systems --
Resonance theory and application -- Application of elastodynamic ray theory to diffraction by cracks: Theory and experiment -- Scattering of acoustic waves by elastic and viscoelastic obstacle of arbitary shaped immersed in water --
Multipole reasonances in elastic wave-scattering from cavities and in acoustic wave-scaterring from bubbles and droplets -- Scattering theory in the mixed representation -- Green and lanford revisited -- A two-Hilbert-space formulation
of multi-channel scattering theory -- Mathematical questions of quantum mechanics of many-body systems -- Scattering from point interactions -- Two problems with time-dependent Hamiltonians -- Translation invariance of N-particle
Schrodinger operators in homogeneous magnetic fields -- Wave operators for multi-channel long-range scattering -- Asymptotic completeness in classical three-body scattering -- Canonical scattering theory for relativistic particles --
Consistent models of spin 0 and 1/2 extended particles scattering in external fields -- Curved-space scattering -- Levinson's theorems and the quantum-mechanical partition function for plasmas -- A cluster expansion and
effective-potential representation of the three-body problem -- Quantum-statistical mechanics and scattering theory on homogeneous spaces of finite volume -- What do we know about the geometric nature of equations which can be solved
using the inverse scattering technique? -- Solitons, solutions of nonlinear evolution equations, and the inverse scattering transform -- Determining the final profiles from the initial profiles for the full three-dimensional three-wave
resonant interaction -- Ordinary differential equations of painleve-type and the inverse scattering transform -- Exact solutions for the three-dimensional schrödinger equation with quasi-local potentials obtained from a
three-dimensional Gel'fand-Levitan equation. Examples of totally reflectionless scattering -- The Jost-Kohn algorithm for inverse scattering -- Application of nonlinear techniques to the inverse problem -- N-dimensional fast fourier
transform tomography for incomplete information and its application to inverse scattering theory -- Two acoustical inverse problems in speech and hearing -- Development of physical optics inverse scattering techniques using radon
projection theory -- An iterative procedure for solving inverse scattering problems arising from active remote sensing -- One-dimensional velocity inversion for acoustic waves: Numerical results -- Inverse scattering theory: Exact and
approximate solutions -- Functional equation of inverse scattering for the schrödinger equation with continuous and discrete spectra (short note)
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Seventh International Colloquium and Integrative Conference on Group Theory and Mathematical Physics, Held in Austin, Texas, September 11–16, 1978
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Date:1979
Size:1 online resource (547 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-09238-2
Contents:The group theory and fundamental physics foundation -- The Wigner Medal -- Tribute to Eugene P. Wigner by A. Böhm -- Tribute to Valentine Bargmann by Eugene Wigner -- Solitons -- Semi-classical results in quantum field theory -- Some
classical solutions of SU (2) Yang-Mills equations -- Collapsons: New nonlinear excitations -- The excited states of the Prasad-Sommerfield soliton and its SU(3)-generalization -- Geometry for solitons and inverse scattering --
Instantons and embeddings -- A consistent quantization procedure for non-linear problems -- A Lienard-Wiechert type of solution in SU(2) -- Application of the boson polynomials of U(n) to physical problems -- Unitary group approach to
molecular electronic structure -- Shift operators for the classical groups -- Computer programs for the reduction of Kronecker products and symmetrized Kronecker powers of space group irreducible representations -- A new method for
calculating Clebsch-Gordan coefficients -- A biological field theory of evolution -- General Flodmark-Blokker method for irreducible representatives -- Group structure for general lattice systems and surface tension -- Dynamical
symmetries of the time-dependent Lewis-Riesenfeld harmonic oscillator -- Induced representations and spontaneous molecular symmetry breaking -- “Phase ordering” and symmetry in Hg3-?AsF6 -- On the application of group theory to the
renormalization-group method -- Renormalization group theory of structural phase transitions in A-15: Pm3n-Oh 3 -- “Structure of the images of the irreducible linear representations of the crystallographic little space groups” --
Unitary group formulation of Hartree-Fock theory -- On Symmetries of infinite macrosystems in a standard representation -- Geometry of collective motion -- On labeling the basis in Gln and identifying the racah algebra with SN --
Dynamical groups of parametrized systems: Atomic supermultiplets -- Geometrically formulated gauge dynamics for extended hadrons -- Fundamental length hypothesis in a Gauge theory context -- Superunified theories in superspace --
Relativity principles and fibre bundles -- Dynamical groups for the motion of relativistic composite systems -- Clebsch-Gordon coefficients for the holomorphic discrete series -- Deformation cohomology of the primitive infinite lie
algebras -- Interactions in a model of extended particles -- Rigorous results in lattice and continuum Gauge quantum field theories -- A unitary relativistic wave equation exhibiting extended particle structure -- Line space
construction of non-self-dual Yang-Mills fields -- An explicit model exhibiting mass and spin mixing -- The ambiguity group for canonical transformations in classical mechanics and its role in their representation in quantum mechanics
-- Generating functions for characters of group representations and their applications -- Phase space representations of the Poincaré group & their applications to relativistic particle dynamics -- On subgroups of physical symmetry
groups and their invariant “electromagnetic” fields and potentials -- Covariant observables and instruments -- Quantum spin systems, fermi systems and group extensions -- Review of research on presymmetry -- On the four Euclidean
conformal group structure of the Sturmian operator -- An SL(2,R) approach to Schrödinger spectral problem with pseudosingular potential -- Ergodic Theory in von Neumann algebras -- SU(2) harmonic analysis as a basis for quantization --
Some new aspects of Cayley-quantum theory -- Application of quasiclassical methods to uniaxial spin systems -- Mathematical remarks to resonances and their Eigenfunctionals in decay-scattering systems, demonstrated by means of
Friedrich's model. -- Quatum decay processes and quatum dynamical semigroups -- Unstable quantum states and rigged Hilbert spaces -- Irreversible processes in quantum theory -- Analytic continuation in decay-scattering system -- On the
inverse problem of the abstract relativistic scattering theory -- The rigged Hilbert space and decaying states -- Excitation and decay of a multilevel atom -- Dynamical spin spreading of unstable particles in four models -- Sequential
decays of open quantum systems -- Quantization via the imprimitivity systems and superselection rules -- A class of soluble one particle models -- Resonances in quantum mechanics over phase space -- Complex mass and field operator for
unstable particle -- A canonical description of semigroup law for unstable systems -- Deformation of symplectic structure and quantization -- Presymplectic Hamilton and Lagrange systems, Gauge transformations and the Dirac theory of
constraints -- Deformation theory and quantization -- On certain events in geometric quantization -- Kostant-Souriau quantization of Robertson-Walker cosmologies with a scalar field -- Infinite-dimensional Lie groups and quantum
dynamical systems -- Geometric quantization of nuclear collective models -- Idea and application of spectrum-generating SU(3) and SU(4) -- Baryon semileptonic decays-spectrum generating SU(3) and the Cabibbo Model --
Spectrum-generating SU(3) and local current algebra -- The effect of the choice of wave functions on theoretical predictions for symmetry breaking processes: A view from the DKP formalism -- Algebraic approach to hadrons without seeing
quarks -- Gauge invariance with massive Gauge bosons -- Group teoretical interpretation of relativistic hardonis structures -- A simple broken-symmetry treatment of the ground and radially excited state mesons and the ?+? P ? decay --
Self-dual Gauge fields and space-times -- Torsion and quantum gravity -- Surface deformations, their square root and the signature of spacetime -- The role of group theory in the quest for exact solutions of Einstein's field equations:
Some recent developments -- On group covariant physical laws and gravitation -- On the exact solutions of Tomimatsu-Sato family for stationary axial-symmetric gravitational fields -- Remarks to homogeneous solutions of Einstein's field
equations -- Description of particles with internal structure in general relativity -- Symmetries and statistical behavior in fermion systems -- SU3 symmetry and integral kernels for nuclear cluster problems -- Dynamical symmetries in
nuclei -- Recent work on collective motion -- The calculation of 6j symbols for compact groups -- Application of group theory to composite nuclear particl interactions -- Contravariant form for infinite-dimensional Lie algebras and
superalgebras -- Dual sets in associative algebras and generalized Lie algebras -- Molien function for a symmetric group -- Generalized Lie algebras -- Superconforial group and quark-like fermionic coordinates -- Parafields and
supergroup transformations -- Supermanifolds -- Graded G-structures -- Space-time properties of supergravity -- The Gauge group and geometry of supergravity -- Recent developments in superconformal gravity -- Geometrization in
superspace and local supersymmetry -- Superfield supergravity -- How to build hadron multiplets from stable particles -- Structure of the multiquark meson states -- Octonionic structures in particle physics -- Multilocal field theory
-- Multiquark states -- UN the Eriksenlike form of the Melosh transformation and its group theoretical interpretation -- Working with H.A. Kramers in SU(4) -- Dynamical groups and the quarkonium problem -- Weight multiplicities of the
exceptional Lie groups -- Conserved currents and symmetries of the S-matrix -- Group theoretical aspects of more-than-four quark models -- Infinite unitary group, quarks, unitary symmetry
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Title:Few Body Systems and Nuclear Forces I 8. International Conference Held in Graz, August 24–30, 1978
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Date:1978
Size:1 online resource (442 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-08917-9
Contents:Neutron-proton charge exchange scattering between 200 and 600 MeV -- n-p Charge exchange scattering from 150 TO 800 MeV -- Nucleon-nucleon scattering in a non-Abelian gauge theory -- Coupled channel effects on nucleon-nucleon phase
shifts and resonances -- Nucleon-nucleon potential from Regge-Pole theory in momentum space -- N-N potential from Regge-Pole theory -- On the potential reconciliation of the n-p 3S1-3D1 and 3D2 phase parameters and the quadrupole
moment of the deuteron -- Role of non-iterative diagrams in nn-scattering -- Correlations between potentials and observables in the nn interaction -- Particle mixing and charge asymmetric an forces -- Treatment of divergent expansions
in scattering theory -- Measurements on bound antinucleon-nucleon systems -- Nonperturbative calculation of nucleon-antinucleon annihilation diagrams in a simple model -- Investigation of the A.N interaction in the deuteron --
Investigation of the ?NN, ??N and ??? formfactor -- Light front field theory treatment of the 2n problem -- Unity of relativistic corrections and meson exchange currents -- Nucleon — Nucleon phase shifts calculated using the
Blankenbecler — Sugar equation -- Quasi-elastic electron scattering and the momentum distribution of the deuteron -- Neutron-proton capture total cross section between 38 and 73 MeV -- The neutron electric form factor and quasi-elastic
electron-deuteron scattering -- The electron-deuteron tensor polarization and the short range behaviour of the deuteron wave function -- Deuteron formfactor calculations with the Bethe-Salpeter equation -- Relativistic calculation of
the photon circular polarization in np??d process -- Thermal n-p radiative capture -- Special coherent states for ?-n scattering -- On the field-theoretic approach to low-energy ?-N interaction -- S-wave pion-nucleon phase shifts in
Padé approximation -- Some considerations of the nucleon as a bound triquark -- Multiquark dibaryon resonances -- High energy p-p elastic scattering and constituent multiple scattering model -- A new stable dibaryon -- Proton-proton
bremsstrahlung -- Proton-proton bremsstrahlung with polarized protons -- Isobar excitation in proton-proton bremsstrahlung -- Criteria for the choice of p-p bremsstrahlung experiments -- The interference of initial and final state
amplitudes in p-d bremsstrahlung near the break-up threshold -- Off-energy-shell continuation of the two-body T-matrix in the presence of resonances -- The coulomb contribution to proton-proton scattering phase shifts -- The Coulomb
contribution to ?+-p phase shifts -- The one photon exchange potential in configuration space -- The Coulomb interference term in polarization analysis and the determination of the transition matrix -- Polarized proton-proton
scattering at intermediate energies -- Polarization measurement in proton-proton scattering at 6.14 MeV -- Measurement of spin interactions in high Pt proton-proton elastic scattering -- Measurement of the component Ayy of the
spin-correlation tensor for p-p elastic scattering at 10 MeV -- D,R,A and P for small angle p-p elastic scattering at 312,392 and 493 MeV -- NP triple scattering experiments and I=O NN phase shifts -- Status of n-p measurements and
phase shift analyses near 50 MeV -- The production of pions by polarized protons incident on hydrogen and deuterium -- Quasi-elastic scattering of polarized protons -- The three-nucleon bound state computed with explicit ?(1236)
components -- Solution of the bound trinucleon including the effects of the isobar ?(1236) -- Perturbation approach to the 3He bound state with the reid soft-core potential -- Three nucleon observables with meson theoretical
interactions -- Charge-dependent three-body force with N*(1236) in the intermediate states -- The N-D and N-D* momentum distributions -- Electromagnetic structure of 3He and 4He at large momentum transfer -- S-matrix pole trajectories
in the 3N-system -- Is there a three neutron resonance? -- Three-body reactions with charged particles -- Unexpected behavior of the cca transition operators under particle interchange -- Minimal relativistic dynamics of the 3? and ??N
systems -- (n,d) elastic differential cross section at 2.48 and 3.28 MeV and related phase shift analyses -- Backward elastic nd-scattering in the energy range 350 – 550 MeV -- nd backward scattering from 200 to 800 MeV -- Quasi free
scattering in the 2H(n, 2n)p reaction at En = 21. 5MeV -- A four-dimensional approach to the almost 4? H(d,2p)n data -- The D(p,2p)n reaction at 50 MeV -- What collinearity effect? -- A test on p1-n-p2 colinearity resonance of
D(po,p1p2)n reaction at E0= 156 MeV -- Coulomb break-up of Deuteron by Muon and n-p off-energy-shell effects -- Detailed calculations of ?-d elastic scattering at medium energies -- Practical scheme for low energy ? - d scattering --
An important contribution to ?D scattering in the resonance region -- The NN? system--an effective 3-body problem with unusual disconnectedness structure -- Pion-deuteron optical potential -- Dibaryon resonances in ?NN and ??NN
dynamics -- Elastic scattering differential cross-section of ?± on deuteron at 47 MeV -- Application of Faddeev equations to K? d??? Ap at low energy -- Exchange current effects in the reaction 3He(?,?+)3H -- Electromagnetic sum rules
for light nuclei -- Practical calculations of P-D scattering -- Differential cross-sections for elastic p-d and n-d scattering at 10 MeV -- Investigation of the p-d elastic scattering with polarized protons and deuterons -- Measurement
on T21 for proton-deuteron elastic scattering at ED 20 Mev -- On the asymptotic normalization of the deuteron D-state by p-d elastic scattering -- Proton-deuteron analyzing power at 14.1 MEV -- 1H( $$\vec n$$ ,n)1H and 2H( $$\vec n$$
,n)2H at 14.2 MeV -- Analysing power measurements in deuteron-proton scattering from 5 to 13 MeV -- Backward angle p-d elastic scattering at 316 and 516 MeV -- Neutron analyzing power in the reaction $$\vec n$$ +d?n1+n2+p -- Vector
analyzing power in final state interaction region for deuteron breakup reaction -- Solution of four-nucleon integral equations using the effective UPA -- The bound states of the two-, three- and four-nucleon systems and the nuclear
force -- Energy-dependent pole approximations in the four-body equations -- Four-body calculation of 3He(p,p)3He and d(d,p)3H -- Four-body model of the four-nucleon system -- Study of few-nucleon systems by means of analytical
continuation in core constant -- Analyzing power measurements for the 4-nucleon system below 6 MeV -- Comparison of the mirror reactions 2H(d,p)3H and 2H(d,n)3He -- Analyzing power for the elastic n-3He-scattering -- The low energy
neutron scattering lengths of He3 and T and their relation to the four-body problem -- p+3He elastic scattering from 18 to 48 MeV -- Collinearity revisited in D(d,pd)n at 12.2 MeV -- The 2H(d,N) reaction: Measurement and theoretical
analysis -- The 3He(p,pp)d*/3He(p,pp)d ratio at E = 136 MeV -- Photo-disintegration of the alpha particle -- The bound states of ? 4 He - ? 4 H -- Some phenomena near nuclear surface -- Exploration of a continuum ambiguity in the
3He(d,d)3He phase-shift analysis at 0.32 MeV -- The scattering of polarized deuterons on 3 He between 10 and 17 MeV -- The deuteron break-up induced by ?-particles -- Low-energy alpha-induced deuteron breakup studied with a
six-detector system and a Faddeev analysis -- Investigation of resonances in d-? elastic scattering -- Three-body model of the deuteron breakup reaction by an ?-particle -- Three model approaches to the ?-d relative wave function in
the 6Li nucleus -- ?+n+P??+n+P elastic scattering at very low energies -- 3He + 6Li elastic scattering at 27 MeV -- The 6Li(3He,3He)6Li and 6Li(3He,3H)6Be Reactions at 27 MeV -- Three trion breakup of 6Li + 3He at 132 MeV --
Three-alpha model calculations and the O2 + state of 12 C -- Three-body calculations for light nuclei using separable potentials -- A model three-particle system for studying limitations of the shell-model approach to nuclear reactions
-- Effect of higher ordered terms in the cluster expansion of correlation function on the structure of light nuclei -- Nucleon spectral function in Li6 -- New-results in the search of high energy deuterons from the 3He + 3He reaction
-- Interaction-time effects of quasifree processes -- Continuous particle spectra from ?-induced breakup of ?-particles at E? = 130 MeV -- Phase-space analysis of continuous spectra -- Four-body approach to ?(3He,3He)? and 6Li(p,p)6Li
reactions -- Application of few-body methods to atomic and molecular structure -- Two Hilbert space scattering theory: Recent progress -- Relationships between different formulations of N-body scattering and origin of spurious
solutions -- Spurious solutions in few-body equations -- Time delay in N-body scattering -- Derivation of an approximate three-body model of deuteron stripping from N-body scattering theory -- Time dependent approach to the collision
of two charged composite particles -- Scattering amplitudes for two charged fragments -- On off-shell transformations and wave function formalisms in many-body scattering theories -- Hamiltonian formulation of N-body theories --
Quantal rules for non-Hermitian bound state formalisms based on N-body scattering theory -- Method of orthogonalized distorted waves in the many-body scattering theory -- Ghost states and pauli principle in many-body scattering -- The
green function hierarchy and the three-body problem -- Examination of many-body resonances by means of analytical continuation of bound states -- Convergence of the distorted wave series -- On asymptotic completeness in scattering
theory -- Multiparticle core in nuclei -- The two pion exchange three-nucleon potential and nuclear matter -- Charge asymmetry of nuclear forces and binding energies of heavy nuclei -- Solution of the inverse scattering problem in the
finite-difference approximation
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Title:Applied Inverse Problems Lectures presented at the RCP 264 “Etude Interdisciplinaire des Problémes Inverses”, sponsored by the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
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Date:1978
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Contents:to applied inverse problems -- Ray theoretical inverse methods in geophysics -- Inverse methods applied to continuation problems in geophysics -- Linear inverse theory with a priori data -- Application of linear programming to the
inverse gravity or magnetic problem basic numerical techniques -- Analytic extrapolations and inverse problems -- Stieltjes functions and approximate solutions of an inverse problem -- Quelques methodes sur la recherche d'un domaine
optimal -- Diverses donnees spectrales pour le probleme in verse discret de sturm-liouville -- On the regularization of linear inverse problems in Fourier optics -- Determination of the index profile of a dielectric plate from
scattering data -- Inversion-like integral equations -- Inverse method for off-shell continuation of the scattering amplitude in quantum mechanics -- Utilisation des groupes de transformation pour la resolution des equations aux
derivees partielles -- Spectral transform and nonlinear evolution equations -- What you always wanted to know about the application of inverse problems to nonlinear equations (or what you would like to do with the I.S.T. -- On the
inverse problem of local seismic foci -- An inverse problem for electromagnetic prospection -- Survey of the phenomenological approach to the inverse problem in elementary particles scattering -- A study of an inverse problem for
finite range potentials -- Algorithmes pour un probleme inverse discret de sturm-liouville -- Construction of Regge amplitudes through solution of S-matrix equations -- Gel'fand-Levitan theory of the inverse problem for singular
potentials
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Title:Quantum Dynamics: Models and Mathematics
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Date:1976
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Contents:Jordan Algebras Versus C* -Algebras -- Decomposition of Families of Unbounded Operators -- Structure of (real-time) P (?)2Green’s Functions -- Asymptotic Perturbation Expansion for the S-matrix in P (?)2 Quantum Field Theory Models --
Time Ordered Operator Products and the Scattering Matrix in P (?)2 Models -- Recent Progress on the Yukawa2 Quantum Field Theory -- The Cluster Expansion for Y2 -- External Field Dependence of Magnetization and Long Range Order in
Quantum Field Theory -- Critical Exponents and Renormalization in the (?)4 Scaling Limit -- An Asymptotic Perturbation Expansion for Multiphase$$ \varphi _2^4 \cdot \cdots 167 $$ -- Renormalization Problem in Massless (?4)4+? Theory --
Challenging Problems in Singular Dynamical Systems -- Thermodynamic Limit of the Free Energy and Correlation Functions of Spin Systems -- The Lorenz Attractor and the Problem of Turbulence
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Title:The Theory of Photons and Electrons The Relativistic Quantum Field Theory of Charged Particles with Spin One-half
Author(s): J. M Jauch
Date:1976
Edition:Second Expanded Edition
Size:1 online resource (556 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-80951-4
Contents:1 General Principles -- 2 the Radiation Field -- 3 Relativistic Theory of Free Electrons -- 4 Interaction of Radiation with Electrons -- 5 Invariance Properties of the Coupled Fields -- 6 Subsidiary Condition and Longitudinal Field --
7 the S-Matrix -- 8 Evaluation of the S-Matrix -- 9 the Divergences in the Iteration Solution -- 10 Renormalization -- 11 the Photon-Electron System -- 12 the Electron-Electron System -- 13 the Photon-Photon System -- 14 Theory of the
External Field -- 15 External Field Problems -- 16 Special Problems -- Mathematical Appendix -- Appendix A1 the Invariant Functions -- A1-1 The homogeneous delta-functions -- A1-2 The inhomogeneous delta-functions -- A1-3 Relations
between the ?-functions -- A1-4 Integral representations -- A1-5 Explicit expressions -- A1-6 The S-functions -- Appendix A2 the Gamma-Matrices -- A2-1 Various representations -- A2-3 The amplitudes of the plane wave solutions -- A2-5
Spin sums -- A2-6 Polarization sums -- Appendix A3 a Theorem on the Representation of the Extended -- Lorentz Group by Irreducible Tensors -- Appendix A4 the Ordering Theorem -- A4-1 The ordering theorem for commuting fields -- A4-2
The ordering theorem for anticommuting fields -- A4-3 A generalization of the ordering theorem -- A4-4 The ordering of chronological products -- Appendix A5 on the Evaluation of Certain Integrals -- A5-1 Convergent integrals -- A5-2
Divergent integrals -- A5-3 The integral for the photon self-energy part -- A5-4 The integral for the electron self-energy part -- Appendix A6 a Limiting Relation for the ?-function -- Appendix A7 the Method of Analytic Continuation --
A7-1 The Bohr-Peierls-Placzek relation -- A7-2 The principle of limiting distance -- A7-3 The fundamental theorem on analytic continuation -- A7-4 Applications -- Appendix A8 Notation -- Supplement for the Second Edition -- Supplement
S1 Formulations of Quantum Electrodynamics -- S1-1 Lagrangian QFT -- S1-2 Axiomatic QFT -- S1-3 Locality, covariance, and indefinite metric -- S1-4 Lehmann-Symanzik-Zimmermann and related formalisms -- S1-5 Null plane QED -- References
-- Supplement S2 Renormalization -- S2-1 Dyson-Salam-Ward renormalization -- S2-2 Bogoüubov-Parasiuk-Hepp-Zimmermann renormalization -- S2-3 Analytic renormalization -- References -- Supplement S3 Coherent States -- S3-1 A finite
number of degrees of freedom -- S3-2 Coherent states of the radiation field -- S3-3 Application to ordering theorems -- References -- Supplement S4 Infrared Divergences -- S4-1 Dollard’s discovery -- S4-2 A new picture -- S4-3 The
asymptotically modified fields -- References -- Supplement S5 Predictions and Precision Experiments -- S5-1 The anomalous magnetic moment -- S5-2 The hyperfine structure of the hydrogen ground state -- S5-3 The Lamb-Retherford shift in
hydrogen -- S5-4 Energy levels in positronium -- S5-5 Muonium hyperfine structure -- References -- Author Index
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Title:International Symposium on Mathematical Problems in Theoretical Physics January 23–29, 1975, Kyoto University, Kyoto/Japan
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Date:1975
Size:1 online resource (562 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0013294
Contents:Analyticity properties of scattering amplitudes: A review of some recent developments -- Recent development in hyperfunction theory and its application to physics (microlocal analysis of s-matrices and related quantities) --
Micro-local calculus -- Microlocal study of S-matrix singularity structure -- Convolutors for ultrahyperfunctions -- Mass singularities of Feynman amplitudes -- Large momentum behaviour of Feynman amplitudes -- Spectral dependence of
the analyticity domain of local vertex functions -- Asymptotics and light-cone singularities in quantum field theory -- Structure of singularities of Wightman-distributions and the Wilson-Zimmermann-expansion respectively
lightcone-expansion -- Conformal invariance in Minkowskian quantum field theory and global operator expansions -- On some massless superrenormalizàble and nonrenormalizable theories -- The locality condition in parafermi field theory
-- Bound state nature and deep inelastic structure functions -- The physical content of the statistical bootstrap and high energy hadron interaction -- Field theoretical approach to composite particle reactions -- Particles and bound
states and progress toward unitarity and scaling -- Field theory of relativistic strings -- Results and problems in irreversible statistical mechanics of open systems -- The Wightman axioms and the mass gap for weakly coupled (?4)3
quantum field theories -- Soluble models and the meaning of nonrenormalizability -- Bound states and asymptotic fields in model field theories -- Feynman propagators associated with the Veneziano model -- Dual string models and quantum
gravity -- Physical states satisfying supergauge conditions in dual resonance models -- The canonical quantization of a relativistic string -- Algebraic methods and quark structure -- Unitarity and asymptotic condition in a model with
dipole ghost -- Invariant gauge families inherent in Abelian-gauge field theory -- Space-time approach to anomalies in the Ward-Takahashi identities and implications in physical processes -- Dispersion approach to Ward-Takahashi
identities -- Renormalization of supersymmetric gauge theories -- Stochastic calculus -- Asymptotic properties of the spectral distributions of disordered systems -- A remark to Harris's theorem on percolation -- The ergodicity of the
motion of a particle in a potential field -- Ergodicity of some simple model systems of infinitely many particles -- New exact solutions of the classical Yang-Mills field equation -- Topology of Higgs fields -- Spontaneous breaking of
chiral symmetry in a vector-gluon model -- Quantum field-theoretical approach to spontaneously broken gauge invariance -- Reviews on axiomatic study of symmetry breaking -- Structure of renormalized Feynman amplitudes -- On the
regularization in the Callan-Symanzik equation -- The statistics of particles in local quantum theories -- Relaxation and fluctuation of macrovariables -- Holomorphic functions with a nonnegative imaginary part in the future tube --
Algebraic aspects of Wightman quantum field theory -- The infrared problem and non-fock representations of the canonical commutation relations -- Dynamical theories of Brownian motion -- Continuous representations of the test function
algebra and the existence problem for quantum fields -- Unbounded derivations of C* algebras -- A method for making relativistic non-quantum systems by constructing the Hamiltonian and the other nine generating functions -- An
algebraic approach to the theory of K-flows and K-entropy -- Symmetry restoration at finite temperature -- Critical behaviour of stationary random fields -- Phase transitions of continuous order -- Order of the phase transition related
to the degeneracy and interaction with proposal for an exact problem -- The Heisenberg model on the Cayley tree -- Generalized Gell-Mann and low group Transformations: Scaling variables and cross-over effects -- Generalizations and
applications of Callan-Symanzik equations to statistical mechanics in critical phenomena -- On the rigorous definition of superfluidity and superconductivity -- Variational problems and free boundary problems -- Uniqueness, analyticity
and decay properties of correlations in equilibrium systems -- On the propagation of support of solutions to general systems of partial differential equations -- Wave propagation in a non-linear lattice -- Quantization of non-linear
waves -- On the nonlinear diffusion equation of Kolmogorov-Petrovskii-Piskunov type -- Global solutions to the Broadwell's model of Boltzmann equation for a simple discrete velocity gas -- Scaling method for asymptotic evaluation in
nonequilibrium statistical mechanics -- Self-entrainment of a population of coupled non-linear oscillators -- Thermodynamic limit of non-equilibrium systems -- Equilibrium states and ergodic properties of infinite systems --
Variational principles for Markov processes and Onsager principle -- Functional averages in statistical physics -- On the validity of collective variable description of bose systems -- Equilibrium statistical mechanics of
one-dimensional classical lattice systems -- A look at the development of spectral and scattering theory in Japan -- On the Born-Oppenheimer approximation -- Abstract approaches to spectral and scattering theory, contributions from
Japan -- Eigenfunction expansions for differential operators with operator-valued coefficients and their applications to the Schrödinger operators with long-range potentials -- Asymptotic completeness in three-particle quantum
mechanical scattering -- Decay and asymptotics for wave equations with dissipative term -- Treatment of three body problems in coordinate space -- Links between decay properties of correlations and analyticity of the pressure and
correlation functions -- Linear response , stability , cluster properties -- Equilibrium and metastable states of classical systems -- Dynamical theories of Brownian motion -- Distribution of zeros and the equation of state -- New
theorems on algebraic equation and its application to statistical physics -- Operator-valued-measure approach to spectra of two-dimensional classical harmonic lattices -- Models for relativistic statistical mechanics -- Path integrals
in Riemannian manifolds -- Bose quantum field theory as an Ising ferromagnet: Recent developments
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Title:Hyperfunctions and Theoretical Physics Rencontre de Nice, 21–30 Mai 1973
Author(s):
Date:1975
Size:1 online resource (222 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0062913
Contents:aux hyperfonctions -- Pseudo-differential operators acting on the sheaf of microfunctions -- Micro-hyperbolic pseudo-differential operators -- Microanalyticite de la matrice S -- Macrocausality, physical-region analyticity and
independence property in S-matrix theory -- Appendix Microlocal essential support of a distribution and decomposition theorems — An introduction -- Unitarity and discontinuity formulae -- Geometry of the N point P space function of
quantum field theory -- Some applications of the Jost-Lehmann-Dyson theorem to the study of the global analytic structure of the N point function of quantum field theory -- Quelques aspects globaux des problemes d'edge - of - the -
wedge
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Title:Developments in High Energy Physics Proceedings of the IX. Internationale Universitätswochen für Kernphysik 1970 der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, at Schladming (Steiermark, Austria), 23rd February – 7th March 1970
Author(s):
Date:1970
Size:1 online resource (633 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-5835-7
Contents:Non-Polynomial Lagrangian Theories -- to the Use of Non-Linear Techniques in S-Matrix Theory -- Some Exact Results on ? ? Scattering -- Aspects of Chiral Symmetry -- Some Recent Work in Regge Theory: Regge Cuts, The Absorption Model
and Glauber Theory -- Veneziano-Like Model for a Two-Current Amplitude -- Absorption Corrections and Cuts in the Regge Pole Model -- Lectures on Regge Phenomenology -- Differentiable Manifolds -- General Relativity and Gravitational
Collapse -- The Construction of Physical States in Quantum Field Theory -- The 0(3,1) Analysis of Currents and Current Commutators -- Duality -- Some Remarks on the Quark Model -- Anomalies in Ward Identities ? -- Structure Effects in
Weak Interactions -- Realizations of Lie Algebras Through Rational Functions of Canonical Variables -- Mass Operator in the SU(3)-Symmetric Strong Coupling Theory with Pseudoscalar Mesons -- Summary — First Week -- Summary — Second
Week
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Title:Springer Tracts in Modern Physics, Volume 53
Author(s):
Date:1970
Size:1 online resource (106 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0045886
Contents:On the S-Matrix theory of weak interactions -- Weak interactions in nuclear physics -- Weak interactions at high energies -- Cabibbo angle and SU 2 × SU 2 breaking
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Title:Current Algebra and Phenomenological Lagrange Functions Invited Papers presented at the first international Summer School for Theoretical Physics University of Karlsruhe (July 22 – August 2, 1968)
Author(s):
Date:1969
Size:1 online resource (156 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0045913
Contents:Dynamical groups and their currents -- Current algebra and lightlike charges -- to the Lagrangian method -- to the method of current algebra -- S-Matrix formulation of current algebra -- Electromagnetic mass differences -- Nonleptonic
decays and Mass differences of Hadrons -- Current algebra in the framework of general quantum field theory -- Current algebra and renormalizable field theories -- to current algebra -- Realisations of a compact, connected, semisimple
lie group -- Problems in Vector Meson theories
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Title:Springer Tracts in Modern Physics, Volume 45
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Date:1968
Size:1 online resource (292 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0045799
Contents:The s-matrix -- Partial-wave an[plitudes and Regge poles -- Regge poles and the Mandelstam representation -- Spin -- The nature of J-Plane singulaiies -- Bootstraps -- Perturbation theory and elementary particles -- A survey of the
experimental situation
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Title:Special Problems in High Energy Physics Proceedings of the VI. Internationale Universitätswochen für Kernphysik 1967 der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, at Schladming (Steiermark, Austria), 26th February–9th March 1967
Author(s):
Date:1967
Size:1 online resource (359 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-5485-4
Contents:Meson Decays -- Dispersion Sum Rules in Elementary Particle Physics -- Divergence Equations and Current Algebra -- Algebraic Formulation of Dynamical Problems -- High Energy Scattering of Hadrons -- S-Matrix Singularity Structure --
An Attempt to Calculate Radiative Corrections to a Pure Fermi Decay -- Quantum Field Theory and Generalized Functions -- Quantum Field Theory in De Sitter Space -- Mach’s Principle and Elementary Particles -- Coulomb Fission by Very
Heavy Ions -- Leptonic Decays of the Kaon According to Current Algebra and PCAC -- Vector Mesons and the Electromagnetic Interactions of Hadrons -- Summary — First Week -- Summary — Second Week
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Title:Symposia on Theoretical Physics 4 Lectures presented at the 1965 Third Anniversary Symposium of the Institute of Mathematical Sciences Madras, India
Author(s):
Date:1967
Size:1 online resource (161 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-7691-0
Contents:Introductory Address -- Conserved Vector Currents and Broken Symmetries -- Multiplet Structure and Mass Sum Rules in the SU(6) Symmetry Scheme -- A New Approach to Scattering Theory -- Equivalent Potential Approach for Strong
Interactions -- “Repulsive” Potential Approach to Pion Resonances -- A Model of a Unitary S-Matrix for Peripheral Interactions -- The Renormalizability of Higher Spin Theories -- Group Representations for Complex Angular Momentum --
Muon Capture by Complex Nuclei -- Comments on Sum Rules -- Inelastic Neutron Scattering and Dynamics in Solids and Liquids -- Axioms and Models -- Characters of Semi-Simple Lie Groups -- Sequent Correlations in Evolutionary Stochastic
Point Processes -- Author Index
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Title:Quantum Electrodynamics Proceedings of the IV. Internationale Universitätswochen für Kernphysik 1965 der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, at Schladming (Steiermark, Austria) 25th February–10th March 1965 (Acta Physica Austriaca / Supplementum II)
Author(s):
Date:1965
Size:1 online resource (245 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-7649-8
Contents:An Introduction to Theories of Integration over Function Spaces -- High Energy Quantum Electrodynamics I -- Quantumelectrodynamics with Functional Calculus -- Theory of Laser Radiation -- Non-Local Quantumelectrodynamics --
Theoretical and Experimental Status of Quantumelectrodynamics -- High Energy Quantumelectrodynamics II -- Review of Consistency Problems in Quantum Electrodynamics -- S-Matrix Theory of Electromagnetic Interactions -- Electromagnetic
Properties of Hadrons in the Static S U6 Model -- Theories with Gauge Groups -- The Zero Mass Limit of a Charged Particle in Quantum Electrodynamics -- Summary
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Title:Strongly interacting particles
Author(s): Riccardo Levi Setti
Thomas Lasinski
Date:1973
Publisher:University of Chicago Press: Chicago
Size:322 pgs.
Contents:Part I: Strongly Interacting Particles
Section A: Classification of Particles and Resonant States - 1. Generalities, 2. Introduction to Unitary Symmetries, 3. The Group SU(2), 4. Application of SU(2) to Elementary Particles, 5. The Group SU(3). 6. SU(3) as a Broken Symmetry, 7. Particle Reactions and Strong Decay Processes, 8. SU(3) Classification of Mesons and Baryons, 9. Quark Models and SU(6)
Section B: Methods in the Study of Particles and Resonant States - 10. Analysis of Formation Experiments, 11. Scattering from Particles with Spin, 12. Low Energy Behaviour of Partial Waves, 13. Coupled Channels, 14. Resonant Behaviour of Partial Wave Amplitudes, 15. Further Topics in Scattering Theory: Unitarity from the 'S-Matrix' Point of View, 16. The K-Matrix, 17. The Reduced K-Matrix, 18. The K-Matrix and Resonances, 19. The Pion-Nucleon Interaction, Baryon Resonances with Zero Strangeness, 20. The K- Nucleon Interactions, Baryon Resonances with Strangeness -1, 21. Sequential Decay of Resonant States
Part II: Introduction to High Energy Phenomenology
Section A: Particle Exchange Processes - 22. Mandelstam Variables, 23. Regge Pole Phenomenology, 24. Regge Poles and Exchange Processes
Section B: Connection between s- and t- Channel Phenomena - 25. Generalities, 26. Forward Dispersion Relations, 27. Odds and Ends of Dispersion Relation Phenomenology, 28. Finite Energy Sum Rules (FESR)
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Series:Chicago Lectures in Physics
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear Physics)
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Title:String theory
Author(s): Joseph Gerard Polchinski
Date:1998
Publisher:Cambridge University PressA: Cambridge, UK
Size:2 volumes
Contents:Volume 1: An Introduction to the Bosonic String - 1. A First Look at Strings, 2. Conformal Field Theory, 3. The Polyakov Path Integral, 4. The String Spectrum, 5. The String S-Matrix, 6. Tree Level Amplitudes, 7. One Loop Amplitudes, 8. Toroidal Compactification and T-Duality, 9. Higher Order Amplitudes, Appendix A: A Short Course on Path Integrals
Volume 2: Superstring Theory and Beyond - 10. Type I and Type II Superstrings, 11. The Heterotic String, 12. Superstring Interactions, 13. D-Branes, 14. Strings at Strong Coupling, 15. Advanced CFT, 16. Orbifolds, 17. Calabi-Yau Compactification, 18. Physics in Four Dimensions, 19. Advanced Topics, Appendix B: Spinors and SUSY in Various Dimensions
ISBN:0521633036
Series:Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics
Keywords: String Models , Superstring Theories
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Title:High-Energy particle diffraction
Author(s): Vincenzo Barone
Enrico Predazzi
Date:2002
Publisher:Springer: New York
Size:407 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction, 3. Preliminaries, 3. Kinematics, 4. The Relativistic S-Matrix, 5. Regge Theory, 6. Geometrical and S-Channel Models, 7. Soft Diffraction: A Phenomenological Survey, 8. The Pomeron in QCD, 9. Deep Inelastic Scattering, 10. Phenomenology of Hard Diffraction, 11. Hard Diffraction in QCD
Appendices: A. Conventions, B. Mellin Transforms, C. QCD Formulas
ISBN:3540421076
Series:Texts and Monographs in Physics: v.565
Keywords: Deep inelastic collisions. , Deep Inelastic Collisions , Hadron Interactions , Particles (Nuclear Physics) - Diffraction
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Title:High Energy hadron physics
Author(s): Martin L. Perl 1927-
(SLAC)
Date:1974
Publisher:Wiley: New York
Size:562 p.
Contents:1. Total Cross Section and Elastic Scattering, 2. The Optical Model in the Born and Eikonal Approximations, 3. The Partial Wave Analysis and the Spin-Orbit Formalism, 4. Selection Rules in Strong and Electromagnetic Interactions, 5. Two-Body Reactions at Low Energy and Strong Interaction Resonances, 6. The S-Matrix, Cross Sections, and Coordinate Tranformations, 7. The General Description of Enelastic Interactions-I, 8. The General Description of Enelastic Interactions-II, 9. Rotations, Boosts, and the Helicity Formalism, 10. Properties of Helicity Amplitudes, 11. The Density Matrix, Polarization, Scattering, and Decay Processes, 12. The Elementary One-Particle Exchange Model, 13. Modifications of the One-Particle Exchange Model, 14. The Quark Model and SU(3), 15. Analyticity and Crossing in the Interaction of Spinless Particles, 16. Crossing, Intrinsic Spin, and Isotopic Spin, 17. Regge Theory and the Interactions of Spinless Particles, 18. Two-Body Reactions at High Energy, 19. Photon-Hadron Interactions and Electromagnetic Form Factors, 20. Lepton-Nucleon Interactions, Hadronic Structure, and the Production of Hadrons, 21. Hadrons and Timelike Virtual Photons, 22. Large Momentum Transfer Collisions
Appendices: A. Untis, Four-Vectors, and Kinematics, B. Bessel Functions, C. Legendre Functions, Angular Momentum Operators, Clebsch-Gordan Coefficients, and Rotation Matrices, D. Properties of Hadrons, E. Dirac Matrices and Spinors, F. Rules for Feynman Diagrams and Cross Sections
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Keywords: Hadrons.
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Title:Pomeron Physics and QCD
Author(s): Sandy Donnachie
Gunter Dosch
Peter Landshoff
Otto Nachtmann
Date:2002
Publisher:Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, U.K
Size:347 pgs.
Contents:1. Properties of the S-Matrix 2. Regge Poles 3. Introduction to Soft Hadronic Processes 4. Duality 5. Photon-Induced Processes 6. QCD: Perturbative and Nonperturbative 7. Hard Processes 8. Soft Diffraction and Vacuum Structure 9. The Dipole Approach 10. Questions for the Future
Appendieces: A. Sommerfeld-Watson Transform, B. The Group SU(3), C. Feynman Rules of QCD, D. Pion-Nucleon Amplitudes, E. The Density Matrix of Vector Mesons
ISBN:0521675707
Series:Cambridge Monographs on Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics, and Cosmology: 19
Keywords: Regge Theory , Pomerons , Quantum Chromodynamics
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Title:Lie algebras in particle physics : from isospin to unified theories
Author(s): Howard Georgi
Date:1982
Publisher:Reading, Mass. : Benjamin/Cummings Pub. Co., Advanced Book Program
Size:255 p
ISBN:9780805331530
Keywords: Lie algebras , Particles (Nuclear physics) , S-matrix theory
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Title:Lie Algebras in particle physics: From Isospin to unified theories
Author(s): Howard Georgi
Date:1982
Publisher:Benjamin/Cummings Pub. Co., Advanced Book Program: Reading, Mass
Size:255 pgs.
Note:Introduction by Sheldon L. Glashow
Contents:1. Groups and Representations, 2. Lie Groups and Lie Algebras, 3. SU(2), 4. Tensor Operators and the wigner-Eckart Theorem, 5. Isospin, 6. Roots and Weights, 7. SU(3), 8. Simple Roots, 9. More SU(3), 10. Tensor Methods, 11. Hypercharge and Strangeness, 12. Young Tableaux, 13. SU(N), 14. The Three Dimensional Harmonic Oscillator, 15. SU(6) and the Quark Model, 16. Color, 17. Hadron Masses and Heavy Quqarks, 18. Unified Theories and SU(5), 19. The Classical Groups, 20. The Classification Theorem, 21. S0(2n+1) and Spinors, 22. S0(2n+2), 23. SU(n) [ S0(2n) and Clifford Algebras, 24. S0(10), 25. Automorphisms, 26. Sp(2N), 27. Lie Algebras in Particle Phyiscs
ISBN:0805331530
Series:Frontiers in physics: v.54
Keywords: Lie Algebras , Particle (Nuclear Physics) , S-Matrix Theory
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Title:An Introduction to gauge theories and modern particle physics
Author(s): Elliot Leader 1935-
Enrico Predazzi
Date:1996
Publisher:Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK
Size:2 volumes
Contents:Volume I: Electroweak Interactions, The New Particles and the Parton Model
1. Field Theory and Pre-Gauge Theory of Weak Interactions, 2. The Need for A Gauge Theory, 3. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking: The Goldstone Theorem and the Higgs Phenomenon, 4. Construction of the Standard Model, 5. Lowest Order Test of the SM in the Leptonic Sector, 6. The Higgs Boson, 7. The Standard Model Beyond Lowest Order, 8. e+ e- Physics and the Standard Model, 9. Extension to the Hadrons: Quark-Lepton Universality, 10. Phenomenology of Semi-Leptonic Reactions, 11. The Discovery of the Narrow Vector Resonances, 12. Hidden Flavour Bound States, 13. Open Heavy Flavours, 14. The Heavy Lepton Tau, 15. Towards the Parton Model - Deep Inelastic Scattering, 16. The Quark-Parton Model, 17. Experimental Test of the Quark-Parton Model
Appendices: I. Elements of Field Theory, II. Feynman Rules of QED, QCD and the SM, III. Conserved Vector Currents and Their Charges
Volume II: CP Violation, QCD and Hard Processes
18. Determaintion of the Kobayashi-Maskawa Matrix, 19. Mixing and CP Violation, 20. Regularization, Renormalization and Introdcution to the Renormalization Group, 21. Gauge Theores, QCD and the Renormaliztion Group, 22. Applications of the QCD Renormalization Group, 23. The Parton Model in QCD, 24. Large PT Phenomena and Jets in Hadronic Reacitons, 25. Jets and Hadrons in e+ e- Physics, 26. Low PT or 'Soft' Hadronic Physics, 27. Some Non-Perturbative Aspects of Gauge Theories, 28. Beyond the Standard Model
Appendices: IV: Operator Form of Feynman Amplitudes and Effective Hamiltonians, V. S-Matrix, T-Matrix and Feynman Aplitude, VI. Consequences of CPT Invariance for Matrix Elements, VII. Formulae for the Basic Partonic 2 -> 2 Processes, VIII. Euclidean Space Conventions
ISBN:0521577802
Series:Cambridge Monographs on Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics, and Cosmology: v.3-4
Keywords: Gauge Fields (Physics) , Particles (Nuclear Physics)
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Title:Introduction to Gauge field theory
Author(s): David Bailin
Alexander Love
Date:1993
Edition:Rev. ed.
Publisher:Institute of Physics Pub: Philadelphia
Size:364 pgs.
Contents:1. Path Integrals, 2. Path Integrals in Non-Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, 3. Classical Field Theory, 4. Quantum Field Theory of a Scalar Field, 5. Scattering Amplitudes, 6. Feynman Rules for Lambda Rho 4 Theory, 7. Renormalisation of Lambda Rho 4 Theory, 8. Quantum Field Theory with Fermions, 9. Gauge Field Theories, 10. Feynman Rules for Quantum Chromodynamics and Quantum Electrodynamics, 11. Renormalisation of QCD and QED at One-Loop Order, 12. QCD and Asymptotic Freedom, 13. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking, 14. Feynman Rules for Electroweak Theory, 15. Renormalisation of Electroweak Theory, 16. Grand Unified Theory, 17. Field Theories at Finite Temperature
Appendices: A: Feynman Integrals in 2-Dimensional Space, B. S-Matrix Elements are Independent of XI, C. Vector-Vector-Scalar-Scalar Verices, D Vertice Involving Four Scalars, E. SU(5) Lambda Matrices, FF. Matsubara Frequency Sums
ISBN:0852748175
Series:Graduate student series in physics
Keywords: Gauge fields (Physics)
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Title:Introduction to gauge field theory
Author(s): David Bailin
Alexander Love
Date:1986
Publisher:Adam Hilger: Boston
Size:348 pgs.
Contents:1. Path Integrals, 2. Path Integrals in Non-Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, 3. Classical Field Theory, 4. Quantum Field Theory of a Scalar Field, 5. Scattering Amplitudes, 6. Feynman Rules for Lambda Rho 4 Theory, 7. Renormalisation of Lambda Rho 4 Theory, 8. Quantum Field Theory with Fermions, 9. Gauge Field Theories, 10. Feynman Rules for Quantum Chromodynamics and Quantum Electrodynamics, 11. Renormalisation of QCD and QED at One-Loop Order, 12. QCD and Asymptotic Freedom, 13. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking, 14. Feynman Rules for Electroweak Theory, 15. Renormalisation of Electroweak Theory, 16. Grand Unified Theory, 17. Field Theories at Finite Temperature
Appendices: A: Feynman Integrals in 2-Dimensional Space, B. S-Matrix Elements are Independent of XI, C. Vector-Vector-Scalar-Scalar Verices, D Vertice Involving Four Scalars, E. SU(5) Lambda Matrices, FF. Matsubara Frequency Sums
ISBN:0852748175
Series:Graduate student series in physics
Keywords: Gauge fields (Physics)
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Title:The Complex j-plane: Complex angular momentum in non-relativistic quantum scattering theory
Author(s): Roger G. Newton
Date:1964
Publisher:W.A. Benjamin: New York
Size:235 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction, 2. The Watson Transform, 3. The Irregualr Solution, 4. The Regualr Solutions Phi, 5. The Jost Function and the S-Matrix, 6. Behavior as /Iota/->Omicron Omicron, 7. regge Poles, 8. Pole Trajectories, 9. Threshold Behavior, 10. The Residues, 11. Representations of the s-Matrix, 12. Examples, 13. Exchange Potentials, 14. Trajectories in the K-Plane, 15. The Uniqueness Problem, 16. Two Particles of Spin-1/2, 17. The Three-Body problem, 18. The Three-Body problem (continued): The Dynamical Branch Points
Appendices: A. Bounds on the Green's Functions, B. Limitations on the Phase-Shift Derivative, C. Limitations on the Angular Momentum Matrix Elements of Potentials of the Yukawa Type
Series:The Mathematical physics monograph series: v.4
Keywords: Scattering (Physics)
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Title:The Physics of elementary particles
Author(s): Hugh Muirhead
Date:1965
Publisher:Pergamon Press: New York
Size:737 pgs.
Contents:1. The Discovery and Classification of the Elementary Particles, 2. The Intrinsic Properties of the Particles, 3. Preliminaries to a Quantised Field Theory, 4. The Quantum Thoery of Non-Interacting Fields, 5. The Symmetry Properties of Free Fields, 6. The Interaction of Fields I: Wave Functions, Phase Shifts and Potentials, 7. The Interaction of Fields II: The S-Matrix, 8. The Interaction of Fields III: Specific Formns for the S-Matrix, 9. The Interaction of Fields IV: The Invariance Properties of Interacting Systems, 10. The Interaction of Fields V: Dispersion Relations and Related Topics, 11. Electromagnetic Interactions, 12. The Weak Interactions, 13. Strong Interactions I: Resonances and Strange Particles, 14. Strong Interactions II: Reactions
Appendices: 1. Notation, 2. Units, 3. Matrices, 4. Tensors, 5. Matrices, 6. Functions, 7. Spherical Functions, 8. coordinate Systems, 9. Data
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Elementary particle theory
Author(s): Alan Douglas Martin
T.D. Spearman
Date:1970
Publisher:North-Holland Pub. Co: Amsterdam
Size:527 pgs.
Contents:1. The Elementary Particles and Their Interactions, 2. Quantum mechanics and Invariance Principles, 3. Invariance Under the AInhomogeneous Lorentz Group, 4. Representations of the Restricted Inhomogeneous Lorentz Group, 4. The S-Matrix and the KIinematics of Scattering, 5. Other Symmetry principles, 6. Analytic Properites of Scattering Amplitudes, 7. Crossing and Analyticity Properties of helicity Amplitudes, 8. Partial Wave Amplitudes, 9. Regge Poles
Appendices: A. The Three-Dimensional Rotation Group, B. Unitary and Antiunitary Transformation, C. Generators of the Lorentz Group, D. The Dirac Delta Function
ISBN:0720401577
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Particles and fields.
Author(s): David Lurie
Date:1968
Publisher:Interscience Publishers: New York
Size:506 pgs.
Contents:1. Relativistic One-particle Equations, 2. Lagrangian Field Theory, 3. Quantum Fields, 4. quantization of Spin 1 and Spin 3/2 Fields, 5. Interacting Quantum Fields, 6. Perturbation Theory, 7. Vacuum Expectation Values and the S-Matrix, 8. Currents, Coupling Constants, and Sum Rules, 9. Bound States, 10. The Functional Method
ISBN:0470556420
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics) , Quantum field theory
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Title:Elementary particle physics.
Author(s): Stephen Gasiorowicz
Date:1966
Publisher:John Wiley and Sons: New York
Size:613 pgs
Contents:Part I: Introduction to Quantum Field Theory - 1. The Scalar Field, 2. The Dirac Field, 3. Vector Mesons and Photons, 4. Lorentz Invariance and Spin, 5. Fields in Interaction, 6. The Scattering Matrix, 7. Reduciton Formulas, 8. Perturbation Theory, 9. The Feynman Graph Rules
Part II: Topics in Quantum Electrodynamics - 10. The Compton Effect and Related Processes, 11. The Scattering of Electrons and Positrons, 12. Bremsstrahlung and Related Processes, 13. Higher Order Terms in Perturbation Theory
Part III: The Strong Interactions - 14. The Baryons, 15. The Pseudoscalar Mesons, 16. Charge Independence and Strangeness, 17. Unitary Symmetry, 18. The Eighfold Way, 19. Baryon Resonances, 20. Boson Resonances, 21. Properties of S-Matrix Elements I.: Unitarity, 22. Properties of S-Matrix Elements II.: Analyticity, 23. Pion-Nucleon Scattering and the Forward Scattering Dispersion Relations, 24. Properties of Partial Wave Amplitudes, 24. The Dynamical Origin of Resonances, 26. form Factors, 27. One-Particle Exchange Mechanism, 28. Elastic Scattering at High Energies
Part IV: The Weak Interactions - 29. Classical Theory of Beta Decay, 30. Partity, Charge Conjugation and Time Reversal, and Tests for their Validity, 31. The Form of the Beta Interaction, 32. Weak Interactions of Strange Particles I. Selection Rules and Symmetries, and the Properties of Neutral K-Mesons in Decay, 33. Weak Interactions of Strange Particles II. Nonleptonic and Leptonic Decays, 34. Donserved and Partially Conserved Currents
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:The theory of photons and electrons : the relativistic quantum field theory of charged particles with spin one-half
Author(s): Josef Maria Jauch 1914-1974
F. Rohrlich
Date:1976
Edition:2d expanded ed.
Publisher:Springer-Verlag, New York
Size:553 pgs.
Contents:1. General Principles, 2. The Radiation Field, 3. Relativistic Theory of Free Electrons 4. Interaction of Radiation with Electrons, 5. Invarance Properties of the Coupled Fields, 5. Invariance Properties of the Coupled Fields, 6. Subsidiary Condition and Longitudinal Field, 7. the S-Matrix, 8. Evaluton of the S-Martirix, 9. The Divergences in the Iteration Solution, 10. Renomalization, 11. The Photon-Electron System, 12. The Electron-Electron System, 13. The Photon-Photon System, 14. Theory of the External Fields, 15. External Field Problems, 16. Special Problems
Mathematical Appendices: I. The Invariant Functions, II. The Gamma-Matrices, III. A Theorem on the Representation of the Extended Lorentz Group by Irreducible Tensors, IV. The Ordering Theorem, V. On the Evaluation of Certain Integrals, VI. A Limiting Relation for the Delta Function, VII. The Method of Analytic Continuation
Supplements: S1. Formulations of Quantum Electrogynamics, S2. Renomalization, S3. Coherent States, S4. Infrared Divergences, S5. Predictions and Precision Experiments
ISBN:0387072950
Series:Texts and monographs in physics v. 11
Keywords: Quantum electrodynamics.
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Title:Complex angular momenta and particle physics: a lecture note and reprint volume.
Author(s): Euan J. Squires 1933-
Date:1963
Publisher:W.A. Benjamin, New York
Size:161 pgs.
Contents:1. General Theory, 2. Potential Scattering, 3. Relativistic S-Matrix Theory, 4. Application and Experimental Evidence, 5. Miscellany
Series:Frontiers in physics: a lecture note and reprint series v. 13
Keywords: Angular momentum (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Mandelstam theory and Regge poles: An introduction for experimentalists
Author(s): Roland Omnes
M. Froissart
Date:1963
Publisher:W.A. Benjamin, New York
Size:123 pgs.
Contents:1. Nonrelativistic Scattering Theory, 2. Properties of Partial Waves, 3. Analytic Properties in Energy and Momentum Transfer, 4. Introduction of Complex Angular Momenta, 5. Kinematics of Relativistic Scattering - Crossing, Relativistic Scattering Theory 'A la Mandelstam', 7. Relativistic Regge Poles, 8. Comparsion with Experiment
Series:Frontiers in physics: a lecture note and reprint series v. 36
Keywords: S-matrix theory. , Regge Trajectories
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Title:Regge poles and S-matrix theory.
Author(s): Steven C. Frautschi 1933-
Date:1963
Publisher:W.A. Benjamin, New York
Size:200 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction, 2. Effective Range Theory of S-Wave Scattering, and the N/D Method, 3. The Ambiguity of Castillejo, Dalitz, and Dyson, and Levinson's Theorem, 4. The Mandelstam Representation for Non-Relativistic Potential Scattering, 5. Mandelstam Representation for Relativistic Scattering, 6. The Generalized Potential, 7. Approximations to the Mandelstam Representation: Polology and Nearby Cuts, 8. The Strip Approximation, 9. Asymptotic Behavior of Amplitudes, 10. Regge Poles in Non-Relativistic Scattering, 11. Regge Poles of the Coulomb Scattering Amplitude, 12. More About Regge Poles, 13. Regge Poles in Relativistic Scattering, 14. Some Experimental Results at High Energies, 15. Regge Poles and High Energy Experiments, 16. Are All Strongly Interacting Particles Composite?, Addendum I: The Khuri-Jones Threshold Factor, Addendum II: The Possiblity of Regge Cuts
Series:Frontiers in physics: a lecture note and reprint series no. 519
Keywords: S-matrix theory. , Regge Trajectories
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Title:The Analytic S-matrix
Author(s): Richard John Eden
P.V. Landshoff
D.I. Olive
J.C. Polkinghorne
Date:1966
Publisher:Cambridge U.P, Cambridge
Size:287 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction, 2. Analytic Properties of Perturbation Theory, 3. Asymptotic Behaviour, 4. S-matrix Theory
Keywords: S-matrix theory.
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Title:The theory of the scattering matrix for the interactions of fundamental particles
Author(s): Asim Orhan Barut 1926-
Date:1967
Publisher:Macmillan, New York
Size:350 pgs.
Contents:1. Kinematical Principles of Quantum Theory in Terms of the S-Matrix, 2. Invariance Principles, 3. Transition Probability, Phase Space, and Unitarity, 4. Construction of Covariant Scattering Amplitudes, 5. Discrete Symmetry Transformations and Analytic Continuation, 6. Scalar Amplitudes and Invariant Momentum Products, 7. Analytic Continuation and the Singularities of the S-Matrix, 8. Approximate Determination of the Amplitude from Unitarity and Cauchy Relations, 9. Asymptotic Properties and Bounds of the Amplitudes and Cross Sections, 10. How to assign Quantum Numbers to Particles, 11, Pion-Pion scattering, 12. pi N -> pi N and pi pi -> N anti N Scattering, 13. electromagnetic Interactions, 14. On Graviatiational Interactions
Appendices: 1. Empirical Properties of Particles and Resonances, 2. The Inhomogeneous Lorentz Group (Poincare Group), 3. Representations of the Restricted Lorentz Group and the Rotation Group by 2x2 Unimodualr and Unitary-Unimodular Groups, 4. Clebsch-Gordan Coefficients, 5. Connection Between Two and Four-Component Form of the Amplitudes, 6. Funcitons of One Complex Variable, 7. Necessary Conditions for the Singularities of Complex Integral Transforms, 8. Legendre Functions P v(Z) and Q v(Z): Hypergeometric Function F(a,b: c,z), 9. Some Important Properties of Analytic Functions of Several Complex Variables
Keywords: S-matrix theory.
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Title:A first book of quantum field theory
Author(s): Amitabha Lahiri
Date:2005
Edition:2nd ed.
Publisher:Harrow : Alpha Science International
Size:380 p
Contents:1. Preliminaries -- 2. Classical field theory -- 3. Quantization of scalar fields -- 4. Quantization of Dirac fields -- 5. The S-matrix expansion -- 6. From Wick expansion to Feynman diagrams -- 7. Cross sections and decay rates -- 8. Quantization o f the electromagnetic field -- 9. Quantum electrodynamics -- 10. P, T, C and their combinations -- 11. Electromagnetic form factors -- 12. Renormalization -- 13. Symmetries and symmetry breaking -- 14. Yang-Mills theory of non-Abelian gauge fields -- 15. Standard electroweak theory -- A. Useful formulas -- B. Answers to selected exercises.
ISBN:9781842652497
Keywords: Quantum field theory.
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Title:Quantum field theory and the standard model
Author(s): Matthew Dean Schwartz
Date:2014
Publisher:Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
Size:850 p
Contents:Part I. Field Theory: 1. Microscopic theory of radiation, 2. Lorentz invariance and second quantization, 3. Classical Field Theory, 4. Old-fashioned perturbation theory, 5. Cross sections and decay rates, 6. The S-matrix and time-ordered products, 7. Feynman rules
Part II. Quantum Electrodynamics: 8. Spin 1 and gauge invariance, 9. Scalar QED, 10. Spinors, 11. Spinor solutions and CPT, 12. Spin and statistics, 13. Quantum electrodynamics, 14. Path integrals
Part III. Renormalization: 15. The Casimir effect 16. Vacuum polarization, 17. The anomalous magnetic moment, 18. Mass renormalization, 19. Renormalized perturbation theory, 20. Infrared divergences, 21. Renormalizability, 22. Non-renormalizable theor ies, 23. The renormalization group, 24. Implications of Unitarity
Part IV. The Standard Model: 25. Yang-Mills theory, 26. Quantum Yang-Mills theory, 27. Gluon scattering and the spinor-helicity formalism, 28. Spontaneous symmetry breaking, 29. Weak interactions, 30. Anomalies, 31. Precision tests of the standard mod el, 32. QCD and the parton model
Part V. Advanced Topics: 33. Effective actions and Schwinger proper time, 34. Background fields, 35. Heavy-quark physics, 36. Jets and effective field theory
ISBN:9781107034730
Keywords: Quantum field theory Textbooks. , Particles (Nuclear physics) Textbooks. , SCIENCE / Mathematical Physics
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Title:Quantum field theory
Author(s): Franz Mandl 1923-
G.(Graham) KEYWORD = Quantum field theory. Shaw
Date:1993
Edition:Rev. ed.
Publisher:J. Wiley, Chichester
Size:358 pgs.
Contents:1. Photons and the Electromagnetic Field -- 2. Lagrangian Field Theory -- 3. The Klein-Gordon Field -- 4. The Dirac Field -- 5. Photons: Covariant Theory -- 6. The S-Matrix Expansion -- 7. Feynman Diagrams and Rules in QED -- 8. QED Processes in Lowest Order -- 9. Radiative Corrections -- 10. Regularization -- 11. Weak Interactions -- 12. A Gauge Theory of Weak Interactions -- 13. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking -- 14. The Standard Electro-Weak Theory -- Appendix A The Dirac Equation -- Appendix B Feynman Rules and Formulae for Perturbation Theory
ISBN:0471941867
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Title:Introduction to Quantum Field Theory.
Author(s): Franz Mandl 1923-
Date:1959
Publisher:Interscience Publishers, New York
Size:202 pgs.
Contents:1. the Many-particle Representation, 2. Classical Fields, 3. Field Operators, 4. Simple Examples, 5. The Interaction Picture, 6. Invariant lambda Functions, 7. Charges Mesons, 8. Fermions, 9. Photons I, 10. Photons II, 11. Interactions, 12. The Scattering Matrix, 13. The S-Matrix Expansion, 14. Feynman Graphs, 15. Compton Scattering, 16. Coulomb Scattering, 17. Radiative Corrections, 18. The Fermion Self-Energy, 19. Vacuum Polarization, 20. The Vertex Modification, 21. The Anomalous Magnetic Moment of the Electron, 22. Renormalizaiton
Keywords: Quantum Field Theory.
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Title:Quantum field theory for the gifted amateur
Author(s): Tom Lancaster
Stephen Blundell
Date:2014
Publisher:Oxford: Oxford University Press
Size:485 p.
Contents:Lagrangians -- Simple harmonic oscillators -- Occupation number representation -- Making second quantization work -- Continuous systems -- A first stab at relativistic quantum mechanics -- Examples of Lagrangians, or how to write down a theory -- The passage of time -- Quantum mechanical transformations -- Symmetry -- Canonical quantization of fields -- Examples of canonical quantization -- Fields with many components and massive electromagnetism -- Gauge fields and gauge theory -- Discrete transform ations -- Propagators and Green's functions -- Propagators and fields -- The S-matrix -- Expanding the S-matrix-Feynman diagrams -- Scattering theory -- Statistical physics-a crash course -- The generating functional for fields -- Path integrals : I said to him, You're crazy -- Field integrals -- Statistical field theory -- Broken symmetry -- Coherent states -- Grassmann numbers-coherent states and the path integral for fermions -- Topological objects -- Topological field theory -- Renormalization, quasip articles and the Fermi surface -- Renormalization : the problem and its solution -- Renormalization in actioN- propagators and Feynman diagrams -- The renormalization group -- Ferromagnetism- a renormalization group tutorial -- The Dirac equation -- How t o transform a spinor -- The quantum Dirac field -- A rough guide to quantum electrodynamics -- QED scattering-three famous cross-sections -- The renormalization of QED and two great results -- Superfluids -- The many-body problem and the metal -- Supercon ductors -- The fractional quantum Hall fluid -- Non-abelian gauge theory -- The Weinberg-Salam model -- Majorana fermions -- Magnetic monopoles -- Instantons, tunnelling and the end of the world.
ISBN:9780199699339
Keywords: Quantum field theory Amateurs' manuals. , Quantum field theory Problems, exercises, etc.
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Title:A first book of quantum field theory
Author(s): Amitabha Lahiri
P.B.(Palash B.) Pal
Date:2001
Publisher:CRC Press, Boca Raton
Size:371 pgs.
Contents:Preliminaries -- Classical field theory -- Quantization of scalar fields -- Quantization of Dirac fields -- The S-matrix expansion -- From Wick expansion to Feynman diagrams -- Cross sections and decay rates -- Quantization of the electromagnetic field -- Quantum electrodynamics -- P, T, C and their combinations -- Electromagnetic form factors -- Renormalization -- Symmetries and symmetry breaking -- Yang-Mills theory of non-Abelian gauge fields -- Standard electroweak theory -- Useful formulas
ISBN:0849309778
Keywords: Quantum field theory.
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Title:Quantum Field Theory : A Modern Introduction
Author(s): Michio Kaku
Date:1993
Publisher:Oxford University Press, New York
Size:785 pgs.
Contents:PART I: Quantum Fields and Renormalization 1. Why Quantum Field Theory? 2. Symmetries and Group Theory 3. Spin O and 1/2 Fields 4. Quantum Electrodynamics 5. Feynman Rules and LSZ Reduction 6. Scattering Processes and the S-Matrix 7. Renormalization
PART II: Gauge Theory and the Standard Model 8. Path Integrals 9. Gauge Theory 10. The Weinberg-Salam Model 11. The Standard Model 12. Ward Identities, BRST, and Anomalies 13. Renormalization of Gauge Theories 14. QCD and the Renormalization Group
PART III: Non-Perturbative Methods and Unification 15. Lattice Gauge Theory 16. Solitons, Monopoles, and Instantons 17. Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena 18. Grand Unified Theories 19. Quantum Gravity 20. Supersymmetry and Supergravity 21. Superstrings
ISBN:0195076524
Keywords: Quantum Field Theory. , Gauge Fields (Physics) , Standard Model (Nuclear Physics)
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Title:Modern functional quantum field theory: Summing Feynman graphs
Author(s): Herbert Martin Fried
Date:2014
Publisher:Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific
Size:266 p
Contents:Basic preliminaries -- Quantum field theory : why and how -- Functional preliminaries -- Functional field theory -- The generating functional and the S-matrix -- Schwinger/Fradkin representations -- Radiative corrections of the photon propagator -- Ra diative corrections to the electron propagator -- A QED symmetry-breaking model of vacuum energy -- Explicit, non-perturbative gauge invariance -- QCD transverse fluctuations -- Quark binding potential -- Nucleon scattering and binding -- Inflation as the precursor of dark energy -- Quantum tachyon dynamics.
ISBN:9789814415873
Keywords: Quantum field theory. , Feynman diagrams.
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Title:Dynamical theory of groups and fields
Author(s): Bryce Seligman DeWitt 1923-
Date:1965
Publisher:Gordon and Breach, New York
Size:248 pgs.
Contents:1. Fundamentals, 2. Small Disturbances, 3. Invariance Groups, 4. Measurement, 5. Measurement of Two Observables: The Uncertainty Principle, 6. Green's Functions, 7.Supplementary Conditions: Cauchy Data, Reciprocity Relations, 8. Poisson-Jacobi Identity, Invariance of the Poisson Bracket, Canonical Theory, 9. Asymptotic Invariants, 10. Field Quantization, Creation and Annihilation Operators, Positive-Definiteness of Hilbert Space, Electromagnetic and Gravitational Fields, Helicity, 11. Theory of Continuous Groups, 12. The Yang-Mills Group, 13. The General coordinate Transformation Group, 14. Metric and Spin, 15. Anticommuting fields, 16. Specific Lagrangians, 17. Bi-Tensors, Bi-Spinors, and Green's Functions, 18. Conservation Laws, 19. The Canonical Transformation Group, Time Reversal, 20. The Schwinger Variational Principle, 21. The S-Matrix, 22. The Quantum Action Functional, The 'Tree' Theorem, 23. External Field Problems, Lowest Order Radiative Corrections, 24. Renormalization, 25. Theory of Radiative Corrections for Non-Abelian Gauge Fields
Series:Documents on modern physics v. 596
Keywords: Quantum field theory.
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Call number:QC174.45.D48::2003 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:The global approach to quantum field theory
Author(s): Bryce Seligman DeWitt
Date:2003
Publisher:Oxford University Press
Size:2 volumes
Contents:VOLUME 1
I. Classical Dynamical Theory , 1. Fundamentals, 2. Dynamics and Invariance Transformations, 3. Small Disturbances and Green's Functions, 4. The Peierls Bracket, 5. Finite Disturbances. Tree Theorems. Asymptotic Fields, 6. Conservation Laws
II. The Heuristic Road to Quantization. The Quantum Formalism and Its Interpretation, 7. Classical Theory of Measurement, 8. Quantum Theory of Measurement, 9. Interpretation of the Quantum Formalism I, 10. The Schwinger Variational Principle and the Feynman Functional Integral, 11. The Quantum Mechanics of Standard Canonical Systems, 12. Interpretation
III. Evaluation and Approximation of Feynman Functional Integrals , 13. The Functional Integral for Standard Canonical Systems, 14. Approximation and Evaluation of the Path Integral, 15. The Nonrelativistic Particle in a Curved Space, 16. The Heat Kernel
IV. Linear Systems, 17. Linear Boson Fields in Stationary Backgrounds, 18. Quantization of Linear Boson Fields, 19. Linear Fermion Fields. Stationary Backgrounds, 20. Quantization of Linear Fermion Fields, 21. Linear Fields in Nonstationary Backgrounds, 22. Linear (or Linearized) Fields Possessing Invariant Flows
V. Nonlinear Fields , 23. The Effective Action, the S-matrix, and Slavnov-Taylor Identities, 24. Gauge Theories I. General Formalism, 25. Gauge Theories II. Background Field Methods. Scattering Theory, 26. Case-I Gauge Theory without Ghosts. Description of Cases II and III
VOLUME 2
VI. Tools for Quantum Field Theory. Applications, 27. The Heat Kernel, 28. Vacuum Currents. Anomalies, 29. More Vacuum Phenomena, 30. Black Hole Vacua. Hawking Radiation, 31. The Closed-time-path or 'In-in' Formalism
VII. Special Topics, 32. Euclideanization and Renormalization, 33. Canonical Transformations. Space Inversion and Time Reversal, 34. Quantum Electrodynamics, 35. The Yang-Mills and Gravitational Fields
VIII. Examples. Simple Exercises in the Use of the Global Formalism, X0. The Nonrelativistic Particle in Flat Space, X1. A Simple Fermi System, X2. A Fermi doublet, X3. Fermi Multiplet, X4. The Fermi Oscillator, X5. The Bose Oscillator, X6. A Fourth-order System, X7. A Model for Ghosts, X8. Free Scalar Field in Flat Spacetime, X9. Massive Vector Field in Four-dimensional Flat Spacetime, X10. Massive Antisymmetric Tensor Field, X11. Massive Symmetric Tensor Field in Flat Spacetime, X12. Massive Spinor Field in Flat Spacetime, X13. Massive spin-3/2 Field in Flat Spacetime, X14. Electromagnetic Field in Flat Spacetime, X15. Massless Symmetric Tensor Field in Flat Spacetime, X16. Massless Spinor Field in Four-dimensional Flat Spacetime, X17. Massless Spin-3/2 Field in Four-dimensional Flat Spacetime, X18. Renormalization Group and Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking in the lq[4 Mode 1, X19. The Relativistic Particle in Minkowski spacetime, X20. A Simple Soluble Nonlinear Model, X21. Quantum Mechanics on a Circle, X22. Quantum Mechanics on a Klein Bottle, X23. Ghosts for Ghosts, X24. Massless Antisymmetric Tensor Field
Appendix A: Superanalysis, Appendix B: The Structure Functions to All Orders, Appendix C: The Case in Which OC is not Supersymmetric, Appendix D: Properties of Vilkovisky's Connection, Appendix E: Analytic Continuation in Dimension, Appendix F: Conformally Flat Spacetimes
ISBN:0198510934
Series:International series of monographs on physics 114
Keywords: Quantum Field Theory
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Title:The Analytic S Matrix : A Basis for Nuclear Democracy
Author(s): Geoffrey F. Chew
Date:1966
Publisher:New York, W.A. Benjamin
Size:103 pgs.
Contents:1. Analyticity as a Fundamental Principle in Physics, 2. General S-Matrix Principles, Excluding Unitary, 3. Unitarity and Discontinuities, 4. Maximal Analyticity of the first Degree: Landau Singularities, 5. The Four-Line Connected Part with One Channel Invariant Fixed, 6. Angular Momentum Decomposition, 7. Analytic Continuation in angular Momentum and Asymptotic Behavior, 8. Maximal Analyticity of the second Degree, Bootstrap Dynamics, 9. The Nonrelativistic Potential Scattering Model, 10. The Strip Model of the Four-Line Connected part, 11. Dynamical Equations for the Strip Model, 12. Regge Pole Approximation to the Strip, 13. The Nuclear Bootstrap: General Discussion, Continued, 14. Conclusion
Keywords: S-matrix Theory
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Call number:QC174.45.B634::1979 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Introduction to the theory of quantized fields
Author(s): Nickolai Nikolaevich Bogoliubov 1909-
Dmitrii Vasil'evich. Shirkov
Date:1980
Edition:3rd ed. [ 1st English ed.]
Publisher:Wiley, New York
Size:620 pgs.
Contents:1. Classical Theory of free Fields, 2. Quantum Theory of Free Fields, 3. Singualr Functions and Regularization, 4. Scattering Matrix, 5. Removal of Divergences from the S-Matrix, 6. Applications of the General Theory of Removal of Divergences, 7. Schroedinger Equations and Dynamic Variables, 8. Method of Functional Averaging, 9. The Renormalization Group, 10. Dispersion Relations, Appendix I. Elements of Isospin Formalism, Appendix II. List of Singular Functions, Appendix III. List of Formulas for the Evaluation of Matrix Elements
ISBN:0471042234
Keywords: Quantum field theory
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Title:Non-perturbative methods in 2 dimensional quantum field theory
Author(s): Elcio Abdalla
M.Cristina B. Abdalla
Klaus D.(Klaus Dieter) Rothe
Date:2001
Edition:2nd ed.
Publisher:World Scientific, Singapore
Size:832 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction, 2. Free Fields, 3. The Thirring Model, 4. Determinants and Heat Kernels, 5. Self-Interacting Fermionic Models, 6. Non-linear Models: Classical Aspects, Non-linear Models: Quantum Aspects, 8. Exact S-matrices of 2D Models, 9. The Wess-Zumino-Witten Theory, QED 2: Operator Approach, 11. Quantum Chromodynamics 12. QED 2: Functional Approach, 13. The Finite Temperature Schwinger Model, 14. Non-Abelian Chiral Gauge Theories, 15. Chiral Quantum Electrodynamcis 16. Conformally Invariant Field Theory, 17. Conformal Field Theory with Internal Symmetry, 18. 2D Gravity and String Related Topics
Appendices: a. Notation (Minkowski Space), B. Notation (Euclidean Space), C. Further Conventions, D. Functional Bosonization of the Massive Thirring Model, E. Bosonization of the Fermionic Kinetic Term, F. Classical Integrability in the Massive Thirring Model, G. Quantum Non-Local Charge: Action on Asymptotic States, H. S-Matrices, I Complete S-Matrix of the Gross-Neveu Model, J. Poisson Brackets and Commutators, K. Chiral Bosons, L. Axial Anomaly from Dispersion Relations, M. Loop Expansion in QCD 2
ISBN:9810245963
Keywords: Quantum Field Theory - Mathematical Models.
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Call number:QC174.45.A18::1991 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Non-perturbative methods in 2 dimensional quantum field theory
Author(s): Elcio Abdalla
M.Cristina B. Abdalla
Klaus D.(Klaus Dieter) Rothe
Date:1991
Publisher:World Scientific, Singapore
Size:728 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction, 2. Free Fields, 3. The Thirring Model, 4. Determinants and Heat Kernels, 5. Self-Interacting Fermionic Models, 6. Non-linear Models: Classical Aspects, Non-linear Models: Quantum Aspects, 8. Exact S-matrices of 2D Models, 9. The Wess-Zumino-Witten Theory, QED 2: Operator Approach, 11. Quantum Chromodynamics 12. QED 2: Functional Approach, 13. The Finite Temperature Schwinger Model, 14. Non-Abelian Chiral Gauge Theories, 15. Chiral Quantum Electrodynamcis 16. Conformally Invariant Field Theory, 17. Conformal Field Theory with Internal Symmetry, 18. 2D Gravity and String Related Topics
Appendices: a. Notation (Minkowski Space), B. Notation (Euclidean Space), C. Further Conventions, D. Functional Bosonization of the Massive Thirring Model, E. Bosonization of the Fermionic Kinetic Term, F. Classical Integrability in the Massive Thirring Model, G. Quantum Non-Local Charge: Action on Asymptotic States, H. S-Matrices, I Complete S-Matrix of the Gross-Neveu Model, J. Poisson Brackets and Commutators, K. Chiral Bosons, L. Axial Anomaly from Dispersion Relations, M. Loop Expansion in QCD 2
ISBN:9810204620
Keywords: Quantum Field Theory - Mathematical Models.
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Call number:QC174.3.C45::1962 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:S-matrix theory of strong interactions : a lecture note and reprint volume
Author(s): Geoffrey F. Chew
Date:1962
Edition:2nd printing, with corrections.
Publisher:W.A. Benjamin, New York
Size:182 pgs.
Contents:1. Historical Survey and General Outlook, 2. The Lorentz-Invariant Elastic Amplitude and the Substitution Law, 3. The Landau Rules and the Mandelstam Representation, 4. Cutkosky's Generalized Unitarity Relation, 5. Generalization to Include Charge and Spin, 7. The Two-Body Dynamical Equations: Definition of the Potential, 8. Evaluation of the Long-Range and Medium-Range Forces, 9. Single-Spectral Functions and Partial- Wave Amplitudes
10. Determination of Partial-Wave Amplitudes from Unphysical and Inelastic Discontinuities, 11. Arbitrary Parameters in the S Matrix, 12. Pion-Pion Scattering : General Formulation, 13. Asymptotic Behavior of Amplitudes: The Principle of Maximum Strength for Strong Interactions, 14. Pion-Pion Dynamics, 15. The Vertex Function of One Variable: Pion Electromagnetic Structure as an Example, 16. The Pion-Nucleon Interaction, 17. Electromagnetic Structure of the Nucleon, 18. Summary and Conclusion
Series:Frontiers in Physics: A Lecture Note and Reprint Series v. 106, 107
Keywords: Matrix mechanics.
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Call number:QC174.24.R4W8::1991 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Relativistic quantum mechanics and quantum fields
Author(s): Ta-You. Wu
W.- Y.P.(Pauchy) Hwang
Date:1991
Publisher:World Scientific, Singapore
Size:405 pgs.
Contents:Part A.: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, 1. Introduction, 2. Dirac Theory for Free Electrons, 3. Helicity: Charge Conjugation, 4.Transformations of Dirac Equations, 5. Dirac Electron in an Electromagnetic Field, 5. Dirac Electron in an Electromagnetic Field
Part B.: Introduction to Quantum Field Theory, 6. Classical Field Theory, 7. Many-Body Systems, 8. Quantization of Free Fields, 9. Quantum Electrodynamics I: S-Matrix Elements, 10. Quantum Electrodynamics II: Renormalization
Part C. The Standard Model: Quantum Chromodynamics and Glashow-Salam-Weinberg Electroweak Theory, 11. Symmetries, Transformations, and Invariants, 12. Quantum Chromodynamics, 13. The Glashow-Salam-Weinberg Electroweak Theory, 14. Experimental Tests of the Standard Model
ISBN:9810206089
Keywords: Relativistic Quantum Theory , Quantum Field Theory , Quantum Electrodynamics , Quantum Chromodynamics
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Call number:QC174.17.S9L67::1991 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:An introduction to symmetry and supersymmetry in quantum field theory
Author(s): Jan T. Lopuszanski
Date:1991
Publisher:World Scientific, Singapore
Size:373 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction, 2. Example of a Classical and Quantum Scalar Free Field Theory, 3. Scene and Subject of the Drama Axioms 1 and 2, 4. Principle of Relativity, Causality, Axioms 3,4,and 5, 5. Irreducibility of the field Algebra and the Scattering Theory, 6. Preliminaries about Physical Symmetries, 7.Global Symmetries and Supersymmetries of the S-Matrix, 8. Representations of the super-Lie Algebra, 9. The Case of Massless Particles, 10. Concluding Remarks
ISBN:9971501600
Keywords: Symmetry (Physics)
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Title:Green's functions in quantum physics
Author(s): E.N. Economou 1940-
(Virginia U.)
Date:1979
Publisher:Berlin , New York : Springer-Verlag
Size:251 pgs
Contents:Part I : Green's Functions in Mathematical Physics, 1. Time-Independent Green's Functions, 2. Time-Dependent Green's Functions
Part II: Green's Functions in One-Body Quantum Problems, 3. Physical Significance of G. Application to the Free-Particle 4. Green's Functions and Perturbation Theory 5. Green's Functions for Tight-Binding Hamiltonians 6. Single Impurity 7. Two or More Impurities: Disordered Systems 8. Electrical Conductivity and Green's Functions 9. Localization, Transport, and Green's
Part III Green's Functions in Many-Body Systems, 10. Definitions, 11. Properties and Use of the Green's Functions, 12. Calculational Methods, 13. Applications, A. Dirac's delta Function, B. Dirac's bra and ket Notation, C. Solutions of Laplace and Helmholtz Equations, in Various Coordinate Systems, D. Analytic Behavior of G(z) Near a Band EdgeE Wannier Functions, F. Renormalized Perturbation Expansion (RPE), G. Boltzmann.s Equation, H. Transfer Matrix, S-Matrix, etc, I. Second Quantization
ISBN:0387091548
Series:Springer series in solid-state sciences v. 7
Keywords: Green's functions , Quantum theory
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Call number:QC174.12.SQ58::1986 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:The mystery of the quantum world
Author(s): Euan J. Squires 1933-
Date:1986
Publisher:A. Hilger, Bristol
Size:170 pgs.
Contents:1. General Theory, 2. Potential Scattering, 3. Relativistic S-Matrix Theory, 4. Application and Experimental Evidence, 5. Miscellany
ISBN:0852745656
Keywords: Quantum theory.
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Title:On the S-matrix theory of weak interactions / A. O. Barut. Weak interactions in nuclear physics / H. Primakoff. Weak interactions at high energies / G. V. Gehlen. Cabibbo angle and SUb2 sx SUb2 sbreaking
Author(s): Asim Orhan Barut 1926-
Date:1970
Publisher:Springer-Verlag, Berlin
Size:106
Series:Springer tracts in modern physics: v. 53
Keywords: Weak interactions (Nuclear physics)
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