Field Quantization

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Springer Science & Business Media, Feb 23, 1996 - Computers - 440 pages
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Field Quantization is a thorough introduction to the physical ideas and techniques of this subject, starting from an elementary level. The initial chapters deal with the quantum mechanics of systems having many degrees of freedom and with classical Lagrangian field theory. Subsequently, both the traditional method of canonical quantization and the modern approach using path integrals are studied. The material is presented in considerable detail and accompanied by a large number of worked examples and exercises.
 

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The book is very easy to read and is an excellent introduction for anybody starting to study Quantum Field Theory.

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