Quantum Field

Some articles on quantum field, quantum:

André Neveu
1946 in Paris) is a French physicist working on string theory and quantum field theory who coinvented the Neveu-Schwarz algebra and the Gross-Neveu model ... Brosl Hasslacher, he examined, among other things, quantum-field-theoretic models of extended hadrons and semiclassical approximatons in quantum field theory which are reflected in the DHN method ...
Alexei Zamolodchikov
... well known for his contributions to quantum field theory, quantum gravity and the Liouville string theory ... Today, the application of this technique is a standard way of analyzing 2D quantum field theories beyond perturbation theory ... entitled Factorized scattering in asymptotically free two-dimensional models of quantum field theory (1979) ...
Reinhard Oehme - Work - Dispersion Relations, GMO Sum Rule, and Edge of The Wedge Theorem
... in Chicago, Oehme studied the analytic properties of forward Scattering amplitudes in quantum field theories ... forward dispersion relations on the basis of local quantum field theory in an article published in Il Nuovo Cimento ... first example of a fundamental feature of local quantum field theory the crossing property ...
Measurement Of Quantum Entanglement - Wavefunction Collapse - Decoherence in Quantum Measurement
... insight into the measurement problem by avoiding the arbitrary boundary between the quantum and classical worlds, though it does not explain the presence of ... with the generalization for use with relativistic quantum field theory ... is no proof that the Bohm interpretation is inconsistent with quantum field theory, and work to reconcile the two is ongoing ...
Bethe–Salpeter Equation
... and Edwin Salpeter, describes the bound states of a two-body (particles) quantum field theoretical system in a relativistically covariant formalism ... In quantum theory, bound states are objects that live for an infinite time (otherwise they are called resonances), thus the constituents interact infinitely many times ... bound-states with poles in the S-matrix, it can be connected to the quantum theoretical description of scattering processes and Green's functions ...

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