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50 years of YangMills theory, edited by Gerardus 't Hooft, (electronic resource)
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 On the 50th anniversary of YangMills theory, this invaluable volume looks back at the developments and achievements in elementary particle physics that ensued from that beautiful idea. During the last five decades, YangMills theory, which is undeniably the most important cornerstone of theoretical physics, has expanded widely. It has been investigated from many perspectives, and many new and unexpected features have been uncovered from this theory. In recent decades, apart from high energy physics, the theory has been actively applied in other branches of physics, such as statistical physics, condensed matter physics, nonlinear systems, etc. This makes the theory an indispensable topic for all who are involved in physics. An international team of experts, each of whom has left his mark on the developments of this remarkable theory, contribute essays or more detailed technical accounts to this volume. These articles highlight the new discoveries from the respective authors' perspectives. The distinguished contributors are: S Adler, P van Baal, F A Bais, C Becchi, M Creutz, A DeRujula, B S DeWitt, F Englert, L D Faddeev, P Hasenfratz, R Jackiw, P van Nieuwenhuizen, A Polyakov, R Stora, S Weinberg, F Wilczek, E Witten, C N Yang. Included in each article are introductory and explanatory remarks by the editor, G 't Hooft, who is himself a major player in the development of YangMills theory
 Language
 eng
 Contents

 Gauge invariance and interactions; Remembering Robert Mills
 The space of gauge fields: Its structure and geometry
 Perturbation theory for gaugeinvariant fields
 Broken symmetry and YangMills theory
 The making of the standard model
 Renormalization
 From Koszul complexes to gauge fixing
 The renormalization content of SlavnovTaylor identities
 Anomalies to all orders
 Fifty years of YangMills theory and our moments of triumph
 YangMills theory in, beyond, and behind observed reality
 To be or not to be?
 Confinement and liberation
 Nonperturbative aspects of gauge fixing
 YangMills fields and the lattice
 Chiral symmetry on the lattice
 Fifty years of YangMills theories: A phenomenological point of view
 Supergravity as a YangMills theory
 Gauge/string duality for weak coupling
 Isbn
 9789812560070
 Label
 50 years of YangMills theory
 Title
 50 years of YangMills theory
 Statement of responsibility
 edited by Gerardus 't Hooft
 Title variation
 Fifty years of YangMills theory
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 On the 50th anniversary of YangMills theory, this invaluable volume looks back at the developments and achievements in elementary particle physics that ensued from that beautiful idea. During the last five decades, YangMills theory, which is undeniably the most important cornerstone of theoretical physics, has expanded widely. It has been investigated from many perspectives, and many new and unexpected features have been uncovered from this theory. In recent decades, apart from high energy physics, the theory has been actively applied in other branches of physics, such as statistical physics, condensed matter physics, nonlinear systems, etc. This makes the theory an indispensable topic for all who are involved in physics. An international team of experts, each of whom has left his mark on the developments of this remarkable theory, contribute essays or more detailed technical accounts to this volume. These articles highlight the new discoveries from the respective authors' perspectives. The distinguished contributors are: S Adler, P van Baal, F A Bais, C Becchi, M Creutz, A DeRujula, B S DeWitt, F Englert, L D Faddeev, P Hasenfratz, R Jackiw, P van Nieuwenhuizen, A Polyakov, R Stora, S Weinberg, F Wilczek, E Witten, C N Yang. Included in each article are introductory and explanatory remarks by the editor, G 't Hooft, who is himself a major player in the development of YangMills theory
 Cataloging source
 DLC
 Dewey number
 530.14/35
 LC call number
 QC174.52.Y37
 LC item number
 A14 2005
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 Hooft, G. 't
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 YangMills theory
 Quantum field theory
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 50 years of YangMills theory, edited by Gerardus 't Hooft, (electronic resource)
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references
 Contents
 Gauge invariance and interactions; Remembering Robert Mills  The space of gauge fields: Its structure and geometry  Perturbation theory for gaugeinvariant fields  Broken symmetry and YangMills theory  The making of the standard model  Renormalization  From Koszul complexes to gauge fixing  The renormalization content of SlavnovTaylor identities  Anomalies to all orders  Fifty years of YangMills theory and our moments of triumph  YangMills theory in, beyond, and behind observed reality  To be or not to be?  Confinement and liberation  Nonperturbative aspects of gauge fixing  YangMills fields and the lattice  Chiral symmetry on the lattice  Fifty years of YangMills theories: A phenomenological point of view  Supergravity as a YangMills theory  Gauge/string duality for weak coupling
 Control code
 OCM1bookssj0000095817
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 unknown
 Isbn
 9789812560070
 Isbn Type
 (pbk.)
 Lccn
 2005043322
 Specific material designation
 remote
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 (WaSeSS)bookssj0000095817
 Label
 50 years of YangMills theory, edited by Gerardus 't Hooft, (electronic resource)
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references
 Contents
 Gauge invariance and interactions; Remembering Robert Mills  The space of gauge fields: Its structure and geometry  Perturbation theory for gaugeinvariant fields  Broken symmetry and YangMills theory  The making of the standard model  Renormalization  From Koszul complexes to gauge fixing  The renormalization content of SlavnovTaylor identities  Anomalies to all orders  Fifty years of YangMills theory and our moments of triumph  YangMills theory in, beyond, and behind observed reality  To be or not to be?  Confinement and liberation  Nonperturbative aspects of gauge fixing  YangMills fields and the lattice  Chiral symmetry on the lattice  Fifty years of YangMills theories: A phenomenological point of view  Supergravity as a YangMills theory  Gauge/string duality for weak coupling
 Control code
 OCM1bookssj0000095817
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Isbn
 9789812560070
 Isbn Type
 (pbk.)
 Lccn
 2005043322
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 (WaSeSS)bookssj0000095817
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