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1.1 Units
1.2 Relativity and Tensors
1.3 The Noether’s theorem for relativistic fields
1.4 Field Quantization
1.4.1 The Real Scalar Field
1.4.2 The Charged Scalar Field
1.4.3 The Dirac Field
1.5 Perturbation Theory
1.5.1 The Scattering Matrix
1.5.2 Wick’s theorem
1.5.3 Feynman diagrams in momentum space
1.5.4 The cross-section
One-loop renormalization
2.1 Divergences of the Feynman integrals
2.2 Higher order corrections
2.3 The analysis by counterterms
2.4 Dimensional regularization of the Feynman
2.5 Integration in arbitrary dimensions
2.6 One loop regularization of QED
2.7 One loop renormalization
3.1 In- and Out-states
3.2 The S matrix
3.3 The reduction formalism
4.1 Feynman’s formulation of quantum mechan-
4.2 Path integral in configuration space
4.3 The physical interpretation of the path inte-
4.4 The free particle
4.5 The case of a quadratic action
4.6 Functional formalism
4.7 General properties of the path integral
4.8 The generating functional of the Green’s func-
4.9 The Green’s functions for the harmonic oscil-
The path integral in field theory
5.1 The path integral for a free scalar field
5.3 The perturbative expansion for the theory λϕ4
5.5 Power counting in λϕ4
5.6 Regularization in λϕ4
5.7 Renormalization in the theory λϕ4
The renormalization group
6.1 The renormalization group equations
6.2 Renormalization conditions
6.3 Application to QED
6.4 Properties of the renormalization group equa-
The path integral for Fermi fields
7.1 Fermionic oscillators and Grassmann algebras
7.2 Integration over Grassmann variables
7.3 The path integral for the fermionic theories
8.1 QED as a gauge theory
8.2 Non-abelian gauge theories
8.3 Path integral quantization of the gauge theo-
8.4 Path integral quantization of QED
8.5 Path integral quantization of the non-abelian
8.6 The β-function in non-abelian gauge theories
Spontaneous symmetry breaking
9.1 The linear σ-model
9.2 Spontaneous symmetry breaking
9.3 The Goldstone theorem
9.4 The Higgs mechanism
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Advanced Quantum Field Theory

Advanced Quantum Field Theory

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