The Resource Recent advances in field theory : proceedings of the Fourth Annecy Meeting on Theoretical Physics : Annecy-le-Vieux, France, 5-9 March 1990, edited by P. Binétruy, G. Girardi, and P. Sorba

Recent advances in field theory : proceedings of the Fourth Annecy Meeting on Theoretical Physics : Annecy-le-Vieux, France, 5-9 March 1990, edited by P. Binétruy, G. Girardi, and P. Sorba

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Recent advances in field theory : proceedings of the Fourth Annecy Meeting on Theoretical Physics : Annecy-le-Vieux, France, 5-9 March 1990
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Recent advances in field theory
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proceedings of the Fourth Annecy Meeting on Theoretical Physics : Annecy-le-Vieux, France, 5-9 March 1990
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edited by P. Binétruy, G. Girardi, and P. Sorba
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530.14
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index present
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QC174.45.A1
LC item number
A66 1991
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Proceedings supplements, Nuclear physics B,
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18B
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Recent advances in field theory : proceedings of the Fourth Annecy Meeting on Theoretical Physics : Annecy-le-Vieux, France, 5-9 March 1990, edited by P. Binétruy, G. Girardi, and P. Sorba
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  • Front Cover; Recent Advances in Field Theory; Copyright Page; Table of Contens; PREFACE; CHAPTER 1. REMARKS ON TOPOLOGICAL CHERN-SIMONS THEORY; 1. Introduction; 2. Hamiltonian approach to the CS theory; 3. Some remarks on the perturbative approach to CS theory; 4. Conclusions; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 2. Integrability and Conformai Invariance; Introduction; The model; The solution; The exchange algebra; Separation of the chiralities; Reference; CHAPTER 3. CHERN-SIMONS MODEL IN THE LANDAU GAUGE AND ITS CONNECTION TO THE KAC-MOODY ALGEBRA; 1 -- Introduction; 2 -- The Boundary Conditions
  • 3 -- The B.R.S. identity with boundaryAknowledgements; References; CHAPTER 4. COMPLEXIFIED DE SITTER SPACE: ANALYTIC CAUSAL KERNELS AND KÄLLEN-LEHMANNTYPE REPRESENTATION; INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY OF THE RESULTS; 1. DE SITTER SPACE AND THE ALGEBRA OF CAUSAL KERNELS; 2. COMPLEXIFIED DE SITTER SPACE; CAUSAL KERNELS ASSOCIATED WITH ""PERIKERNELS""; 3. A STRUCTURE INHERITED FROM AXIOMATIC FIELD THEORY; 4. THE ALGEBRA OF ANALYTIC CAUSAL KERNELS ON DE SITTER SPACE; 5. SPECTRAL REPRESENTATION OF INVARIANT CAUSAL KERNELS; COKCLUSION; AKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER 11. UNITARY TRUNCATION THEOREM FOR 2D GRAVITY WITH CENTRAL CHARGES 7, 13, and 191. INTRODUCTION; 2. THE QUANTUM GROUP STRUCTURE; 3. THE PARTICULARITY OF THE CASE CLiou LARGER THAN ONE: NEGATIVE SPINS; 4. SOLVING THE REALITY PROBLEM OF STRONGLY COUPLED GRAVITY: THE UNITARY TRUNCATION THEOREM; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 12. INTEGRABILITY AND QUANTUM SYMMETRIES; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 13. GEOMETRY OF SUPERGRAVITY-MATTER COUPLING; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 14. LINK INVARIANTS FROM CHERN-SIMONS THEORY; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. BRS QUANTIZATION; 3. WILSON LINE OPERATORS; 4. TEMPORAL GAUGE; 5. BRAIDING MATRICES
  • CHAPTER 5. PARTICLE MODELS AND NONCOMMUTATIVE GEOMETRYI. Introduction; II. Noncommutative Gauge Theory; III. Glashow-Weinberg-Salam Model; IV. The Peccei-Quinn Model; V. The Standard Model; VI. Discussion; CHAPTER 6. LIE BALLS AND RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM FIELDS; Abstract; 1. Geometrical aspects of Lie Balls; 2. Analytical aspects of Lie balls; References; CHAPTER 7. STRONG COUPLING LIMIT OF CHERN SIMONS THE ORIES ON THE 3 SPHERE; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. DEFINITION OF THE MODELS; 3. PARTITION FUNCTION; 4. PROPAGATORS; 5. WILSON LOOPS; 6. CONCLUSIONS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER 8. QUASI HOPF ALGEBRAS, GROUP COHOMOLOGY AND ORBIFOLD MODELSAbstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Quantum Double Construction; 3. Group Cohomology and quasi Hopf Algebras; Appendix; Acknowledgements; References; CHAPTER 9. LOCAL OBSERVABLES, GAUGE SYMMETRIES AND BROKEN SYMMETRIES; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 10. GEOMETRY OF WESS-ZUMINO-WITTEN MODELS OF CONFORMAL FIELD THEORY; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. REAL VERSUS HOLOMORPHIC CFT; 3. FS BUNDLES OF WZW MODELS; 4. GENUS ZERO CASE; 5. SU(2) WZW MODEL AND QUANTUM GROUPS; 6. QUANTUM GREEN FUNCTIONS; REFERENCES
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