- Book
- xviii, 850 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
- 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 theories-- 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 model-- 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-- Appendices-- References-- Index.
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- 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 theories-- 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 model-- 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-- Appendices-- References-- Index.
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PHYSICS-331-01
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- PHYSICS-331-01 -- Quantum Field Theory II
- Instructor(s)
- Peskin, Michael E.
- Book
- vii, 271 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
- 1. Introduction-- 2. Quantum theory of free scalar fields-- 3. Interacting field theory-- 4. Particles of spin one, and gauge invariance-- 5. Spin 1/2 particles and Fermi statistics-- 6. Massive quantum electrodynamics-- 7. Symmetries, Ward identities and Nambu Goldstone bosons-- 8. Non-abelian gauge theory-- 9. Renormalization and effective field theory-- 10. Instantons and solitons-- 11. Concluding remarks-- Appendices-- References-- Index.
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- 1. Introduction-- 2. Quantum theory of free scalar fields-- 3. Interacting field theory-- 4. Particles of spin one, and gauge invariance-- 5. Spin 1/2 particles and Fermi statistics-- 6. Massive quantum electrodynamics-- 7. Symmetries, Ward identities and Nambu Goldstone bosons-- 8. Non-abelian gauge theory-- 9. Renormalization and effective field theory-- 10. Instantons and solitons-- 11. Concluding remarks-- Appendices-- References-- Index.
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- PHYSICS-331-01 -- Quantum Field Theory II
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3. QCD and collider physics [2003]
- Book
- xiv, 435 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
- Preface-- 1. Fundamentals of QCD-- 2. Asymptotic freedom and confinement-- 3. QCD in electron-positron annihilation-- 4. Deep inelastic scattering-- 5. Parton branching and jet simulation-- 6. Jet properties beyond fixed order-- 7. Hadroproduction of jets and photons-- 8. Electroweak interactions-- 9. The production of vector bosons-- 10. Heavy quarks-- 11. Higgs bosons at high energy colliders-- 12. Measurements of the strong coupling constant-- Index.
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- Preface-- 1. Fundamentals of QCD-- 2. Asymptotic freedom and confinement-- 3. QCD in electron-positron annihilation-- 4. Deep inelastic scattering-- 5. Parton branching and jet simulation-- 6. Jet properties beyond fixed order-- 7. Hadroproduction of jets and photons-- 8. Electroweak interactions-- 9. The production of vector bosons-- 10. Heavy quarks-- 11. Higgs bosons at high energy colliders-- 12. Measurements of the strong coupling constant-- Index.
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- PHYSICS-331-01 -- Quantum Field Theory II
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4. Introduction to quantum field theory [1995]
- Book
- xxii, 842 p.
- Feynman Diagrams and Quantum Electrodynamics * Invitation: Pair Production in e+e- Annihilation * The Klein-Gordon Field * The Dirac Field * Interacting Fields and Feynman Diagrams * Elementary Processes of Quantum Electrodynamics * Radiative Corrections: Introduction * Radiative Corrections: Some Formal Developments * Final Project: Radiation of Gluon Jets Renormalization * Invitation: Ultraviolet Cutoffs and Critical Fluctuations * Functional Methods * Systematics of Renormalization * Renormalization and Symmetry * The Renormalization Group * Critical Exponents and Scalar Field Theory * Final Project: The Coleman-Weinberg Potential Non-Albelian Gauge Theory * Invitation: The Parton Model of Hadron Structure * Non-Albein Gauge Invariance * Quantization of Non-Abelian Gauge Theories * Quantum Chromodynamics * Operator Products and Effective Vertices * Perturbation Theory Anomalies * Gauge Theories with Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking * Quantization of Spontaneously Broken Gauge Theories * Final Project: Decays of the Higgs Boson * Epilogue: Field Theory at the Frontier.
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- Feynman Diagrams and Quantum Electrodynamics * Invitation: Pair Production in e+e- Annihilation * The Klein-Gordon Field * The Dirac Field * Interacting Fields and Feynman Diagrams * Elementary Processes of Quantum Electrodynamics * Radiative Corrections: Introduction * Radiative Corrections: Some Formal Developments * Final Project: Radiation of Gluon Jets Renormalization * Invitation: Ultraviolet Cutoffs and Critical Fluctuations * Functional Methods * Systematics of Renormalization * Renormalization and Symmetry * The Renormalization Group * Critical Exponents and Scalar Field Theory * Final Project: The Coleman-Weinberg Potential Non-Albelian Gauge Theory * Invitation: The Parton Model of Hadron Structure * Non-Albein Gauge Invariance * Quantization of Non-Abelian Gauge Theories * Quantum Chromodynamics * Operator Products and Effective Vertices * Perturbation Theory Anomalies * Gauge Theories with Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking * Quantization of Spontaneously Broken Gauge Theories * Final Project: Decays of the Higgs Boson * Epilogue: Field Theory at the Frontier.
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- xvii, 334 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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- Peskin, Michael E.
6. Weak interactions of leptons and quarks [1983]
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- x, 473 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- Preface-- 1. Introduction to weak interactions-- 2. The standard model-- 3. Leptonic weak interactions-- 4. General properties of hadronic weak currents-- 5. Nuclear s-decay and muon capture-- 6. Weak decays of mesons and hyperons-- 7. Neutral K mesons and CP violation-- 8. High-energy neutrino-nucleon collisions-- 9. The parity-nonconserving eN and NN interactions-- 10. Lepton mixing, neutrino oscillations, and neutrino mass-- 11. Neutrino astrophysics-- 12. Summary and conclusions-- Appendices-- Selected bibliography-- References-- Index.
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- Preface-- 1. Introduction to weak interactions-- 2. The standard model-- 3. Leptonic weak interactions-- 4. General properties of hadronic weak currents-- 5. Nuclear s-decay and muon capture-- 6. Weak decays of mesons and hyperons-- 7. Neutral K mesons and CP violation-- 8. High-energy neutrino-nucleon collisions-- 9. The parity-nonconserving eN and NN interactions-- 10. Lepton mixing, neutrino oscillations, and neutrino mass-- 11. Neutrino astrophysics-- 12. Summary and conclusions-- Appendices-- Selected bibliography-- References-- Index.
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