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Published: 02 November 2000

560 Pages | 81 line figures


ISBN: 9780198507628

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Anomalies in Quantum Field Theory

Reinhold A. Bertlmann

Clarendon Press

International Series of Monographs on Physics

  • Unique text in the field
  • Summarizes developments of the last 20 years
  • Self-contained and comprehensive
  • Modern mathematical formulation
  • From reviews of h/b edition:'It is a leisurely and scholarly treatment of the entire subject from the ground up. [...] Besides being comprehensive, the book manages to convey the depth and breadth of this profound subject as well as its links to mathematics. It is bound to become a standard reference on this fascinating topic.'R. Shankar, Physics Today, 07/97
  • 'I am not aware of another book which deals with this ambitious topic in as thorough and up-to-date a fashion as this present volume. I recommend it without reservation both as an introduction for beginners and as a reference for experts.'H. Nicolai, Physikalische Blätter 09/98
  • 'Modern differential geometry and functional analysis have forged the tools for a deeper understanding in theoretical physics. Bertlmann's book does not only give the mathematical background but also illustrates these notions by subtle features of modern quantum field theory.'Prof. W. Thirring, Erwin-Schrodinger-Institute, Vienna