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 "Providing a new perspective on quantum field theory, this book gives a pedagogical and uptodate exposition of nonperturbative methods in relativistic quantum field theory and introduces the reader to modern research work in theoretical physics. It describes in detail nonperturbative methods in quantum field theory, and explores two dimensional and four dimensional gauge dynamics using those methods. The book concludes with a summary emphasizing the interplay between two and four dimensional gauge theories. Aimed at graduate students and researchers, this book covers topics from twodimensional conformal symmetry, affine Lie algebras, solitons, integrable models, bosonization, and 't Hooft model, to fourdimensional conformal invariance, integrability, large N expansion, Skyrme model, monopoles and instantons. Applications, first to simple field theories and gauge dynamics in two dimensions, and then to gauge theories in four dimensions and quantum chromodynamics (QCD) in particular, are thoroughly described"Provided by publisher
 "Field theory is the framework with which one describes the theory of the standard model of elementary particles and their interactions. The electromagnetic sector (QED) of the standard model is understood extremely well using perturbation theory, but the color interaction (QCD) which is responsible for hadron physics can only be accounted for perturbatively for a limited set of observational data. Due to the fact that at long distances the color interaction is strongly coupled, one cannot reliably apply perturbative methods to extract, for instance, the spectrum of the hadrons. The arsenal of tools to handle strongly coupled systems is obviously much more limited than the one used for weakly coupled ones. Nevertheless, several methods to handle nonperturbative field theories have been developed. The main goal of this book is to expose the reader to those techniques and to describe their applications in twodimensional and fourdimensional field theories and finally in QCD in four dimensions"Provided by publisher
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 online resource (xvii, 436 pages)
 Contents

 pt. 1. Nonperturbative methods in twodimensional field theory
 From massless free scalar field to conformal field
 Conformal field theory
 Theories invariant under affine current algebras
 WessZuminoWitten model and coset models
 Solitons and twodimensional integrable models
 Bosonization
 The large N limit of twodimensional models
 pt. 2. Twodimensional nonperturbative gauge dynamics
 Gauge theories in two dimensions: basics
 Bosonized gauge theories
 The 't Hooft solution on 2d QCD
 Mesonic spectrum from current algebra
 DLCQ and the spectra of QCD with fundamental and adjoint fermions
 The baryonic spectrum of multiflavor QCD2 in the strong coupling limit
 Confinement versus screening
 QCD2, coset models and BRST quantization
 Generalized YangMills theory on a Riemann surface
 pt. 3. From two to four dimensions
 Conformal invariance in fourdimensional field theories and in QCD
 Integrability in fourdimensional gauge dinamics
 Large N methods in QCD4
 From 2d bosonized baryons to 4d Skyrmions
 From twodimensional solitons to fourdimensional magnetic monopoles
 Instantons of QCD
 Summary, conclusions and outlook
 Isbn
 9781139636469
 Label
 Nonperturbative field theory : from twodimensional conformal field theory to QCD in four dimensions
 Title
 Nonperturbative field theory
 Title remainder
 from twodimensional conformal field theory to QCD in four dimensions
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 Yitzhak Frishman, Jacob Sonnenschein
 Language
 eng
 Summary

 "Providing a new perspective on quantum field theory, this book gives a pedagogical and uptodate exposition of nonperturbative methods in relativistic quantum field theory and introduces the reader to modern research work in theoretical physics. It describes in detail nonperturbative methods in quantum field theory, and explores two dimensional and four dimensional gauge dynamics using those methods. The book concludes with a summary emphasizing the interplay between two and four dimensional gauge theories. Aimed at graduate students and researchers, this book covers topics from twodimensional conformal symmetry, affine Lie algebras, solitons, integrable models, bosonization, and 't Hooft model, to fourdimensional conformal invariance, integrability, large N expansion, Skyrme model, monopoles and instantons. Applications, first to simple field theories and gauge dynamics in two dimensions, and then to gauge theories in four dimensions and quantum chromodynamics (QCD) in particular, are thoroughly described"Provided by publisher
 "Field theory is the framework with which one describes the theory of the standard model of elementary particles and their interactions. The electromagnetic sector (QED) of the standard model is understood extremely well using perturbation theory, but the color interaction (QCD) which is responsible for hadron physics can only be accounted for perturbatively for a limited set of observational data. Due to the fact that at long distances the color interaction is strongly coupled, one cannot reliably apply perturbative methods to extract, for instance, the spectrum of the hadrons. The arsenal of tools to handle strongly coupled systems is obviously much more limited than the one used for weakly coupled ones. Nevertheless, several methods to handle nonperturbative field theories have been developed. The main goal of this book is to expose the reader to those techniques and to describe their applications in twodimensional and fourdimensional field theories and finally in QCD in four dimensions"Provided by publisher
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 1938
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 Frishman, Yitzhak
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 530.14/3
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 index present
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 QC793.3.F5
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 F75 2010eb
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 non fiction
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 Field theory (Physics)
 Perturbation (Quantum dynamics)
 SCIENCE
 Field theory (Physics)
 Perturbation (Quantum dynamics)
 Kwantumveldentheorie
 Kwantumchromodynamica
 Tweedimensionale systemen
 Conforme veldentheorie
 Relativistische benadering
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 Nonperturbative field theory : from twodimensional conformal field theory to QCD in four dimensions, Yitzhak Frishman, Jacob Sonnenschein
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 pt. 1. Nonperturbative methods in twodimensional field theory  From massless free scalar field to conformal field  Conformal field theory  Theories invariant under affine current algebras  WessZuminoWitten model and coset models  Solitons and twodimensional integrable models  Bosonization  The large N limit of twodimensional models  pt. 2. Twodimensional nonperturbative gauge dynamics  Gauge theories in two dimensions: basics  Bosonized gauge theories  The 't Hooft solution on 2d QCD  Mesonic spectrum from current algebra  DLCQ and the spectra of QCD with fundamental and adjoint fermions  The baryonic spectrum of multiflavor QCD2 in the strong coupling limit  Confinement versus screening  QCD2, coset models and BRST quantization  Generalized YangMills theory on a Riemann surface  pt. 3. From two to four dimensions  Conformal invariance in fourdimensional field theories and in QCD  Integrability in fourdimensional gauge dinamics  Large N methods in QCD4  From 2d bosonized baryons to 4d Skyrmions  From twodimensional solitons to fourdimensional magnetic monopoles  Instantons of QCD  Summary, conclusions and outlook
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 Nonperturbative field theory : from twodimensional conformal field theory to QCD in four dimensions, Yitzhak Frishman, Jacob Sonnenschein
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 Includes bibliographical references and index
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 online resource
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 pt. 1. Nonperturbative methods in twodimensional field theory  From massless free scalar field to conformal field  Conformal field theory  Theories invariant under affine current algebras  WessZuminoWitten model and coset models  Solitons and twodimensional integrable models  Bosonization  The large N limit of twodimensional models  pt. 2. Twodimensional nonperturbative gauge dynamics  Gauge theories in two dimensions: basics  Bosonized gauge theories  The 't Hooft solution on 2d QCD  Mesonic spectrum from current algebra  DLCQ and the spectra of QCD with fundamental and adjoint fermions  The baryonic spectrum of multiflavor QCD2 in the strong coupling limit  Confinement versus screening  QCD2, coset models and BRST quantization  Generalized YangMills theory on a Riemann surface  pt. 3. From two to four dimensions  Conformal invariance in fourdimensional field theories and in QCD  Integrability in fourdimensional gauge dinamics  Large N methods in QCD4  From 2d bosonized baryons to 4d Skyrmions  From twodimensional solitons to fourdimensional magnetic monopoles  Instantons of QCD  Summary, conclusions and outlook
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 649480131
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 9781139636469
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 9786612651762
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 265176
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 remote
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 (OCoLC)649480131
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 Field theory (Physics)
 Kwantumchromodynamica
 Kwantumveldentheorie
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 Perturbation (Quantum dynamics)
 Relativistische benadering
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