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## Translation group and particle representation in QFT by Hans-Jürgen Borchers

By Hans-Jürgen Borchers

This e-book provides an intensive and, certainly, the 1st systematic research of the interaction among the locality in configuration area and the spectrum in momentum area. The paintings is predicated on ideas from algebraic quantum thought and from advanced research of a number of variables. The reader will first be made conversant in a collection of simple axioms heuristically defined from first ideas of quantum physics and may locate the consequences offered in a scientific manner. The publication addresses researchers in addition to graduate scholars.

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Translation group and particle representation in QFT

This ebook provides an intensive and, certainly, the 1st systematic research of the interaction among the locality situation in configuration area and the spectrum situation in momentum area. The paintings relies on recommendations from algebraic quantum conception and from complicated research of numerous variables.

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