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Arbuzov, Boris A.

Non-perturbative Effective Interactions in the Standard Model

Series:De Gruyter Studies in Mathematical Physics 23

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    August 2014
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    This monograph is devoted to the nonperturbative dynamics in the Standard Model (SM), the basic theory of allfundamental interactions in natureexcept gravity. The Standard Model is divided into two parts: the quantum chromodynamics (QCD) and the electro-weak theory (EWT) are well-defined renormalizable theories in which the perturbation theory is valid. However, for the adequate description of the real physics nonperturbative effects are inevitable. This book describes how these nonperturbative effects may be obtained in the framework of spontaneous generation of effective interactions. The well-known example of such effective interaction is provided by the famous Nambu-Jona-Lasinio effective interaction. Also a spontaneous generation of this interaction in the framework of QCD is described and applied to the method for other effective interactions in QCD and EWT. The method is based on N.N. Bogoliubov's conception of compensation equations. As a result we then describe the principal features of the Standard Model, e.g. Higgs sector, and significant nonperturbative effects including recent results obtained at LHC and TEVATRON.


    x, 225 pages
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    Spontaneous breaking of gauge invariance, nonperturbative techniques, application of electroweak models to specific processes, nonperturbative calculations

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    Boris A. Arbuzov, Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics of Lomonosov Moscow State University,Moscow, Russia.


    "The text provides important background for students and researchers alike, since it gives a useful selection of current research topics in the field of quantum field theory." Zentralblatt für Mathematik

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