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Book DetailsCRM Proceedings & Lecture NotesVolume: 7; 1994; 234 ppMSC: Primary 81
This book is the first volume of the proceedings of the Canadian Mathematical Society Annual Seminar on Mathematical Quantum Theory, held in Vancouver in August 1993. The seminar was run as a researchlevel summer school concentrating on two related areas of contemporary mathematical physics. The subject of the first session, quantum field theory and manybody theory, is covered in the present volume; papers from the second session, on Schrödinger operators, are in volume 2. Each session featured a series of minicourses, consisting of approximately four onehour lectures, designed to introduce students to current research in a particular area. In addition, about thirty speakers gave onehour expository lectures. With contributions by some of the top experts in the field, this book provides an overview of the state of the art in mathematical quantum field and manybody theory.
Titles in this series are copublished with the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques.
ReadershipAdvanced graduate students and mathematical physicists.

Table of Contents

Chapters

Weak perturbations of Gaussian measures

Fermionic manybody models

Conformal field theory and geometry of strings

Cluster expansions with small/large field conditions

Percolation theory and the phase structure of twodimensional classical ferromagnets

Navier and Stokes meet the wavelet, II

Applications of the renormalization group

Endtoend distance for a fourdimensional selfavoiding walk

The FalicovKimball model of interacting electrons

Radiative decay of an atom in a massless quantised field

The KnizhnikZamolodchikovBernard equation on the torus

Dual potentials of free Dirac currents as exactly soluble models


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This book is the first volume of the proceedings of the Canadian Mathematical Society Annual Seminar on Mathematical Quantum Theory, held in Vancouver in August 1993. The seminar was run as a researchlevel summer school concentrating on two related areas of contemporary mathematical physics. The subject of the first session, quantum field theory and manybody theory, is covered in the present volume; papers from the second session, on Schrödinger operators, are in volume 2. Each session featured a series of minicourses, consisting of approximately four onehour lectures, designed to introduce students to current research in a particular area. In addition, about thirty speakers gave onehour expository lectures. With contributions by some of the top experts in the field, this book provides an overview of the state of the art in mathematical quantum field and manybody theory.
Titles in this series are copublished with the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques.
Advanced graduate students and mathematical physicists.

Chapters

Weak perturbations of Gaussian measures

Fermionic manybody models

Conformal field theory and geometry of strings

Cluster expansions with small/large field conditions

Percolation theory and the phase structure of twodimensional classical ferromagnets

Navier and Stokes meet the wavelet, II

Applications of the renormalization group

Endtoend distance for a fourdimensional selfavoiding walk

The FalicovKimball model of interacting electrons

Radiative decay of an atom in a massless quantised field

The KnizhnikZamolodchikovBernard equation on the torus

Dual potentials of free Dirac currents as exactly soluble models