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DATE

2012

AUTHORS

Luis Álvarez-Gaumé , Miguel Á. Vázquez-Mozo

ABSTRACT

\(\phi^{4}\) \(\overline{{MS}})\) Effective field theories are among the most powerful instruments in the toolbox of contemporary physics. Although the concept of effective field theory has been already discussed in Chap. 8, here we are going to provide a relatively elementary description of the relevant technology. Although rather unrealistic, the examples of effective field theories studied next serve the purpose of illustrating the relevant physics involved. The chapter will be closed with a discussion of the concept of naturalness, which plays a central role in modern particle physics. The reader is advised not to be scared by the technicalities of the Feynman diagram computations contained in the chapter. Most of the conclusions can be reached without caring too much about the precise value of the numerical prefactors. More... »

PAGES

231-260

Book

TITLE

An Invitation to Quantum Field Theory

ISBN

978-3-642-23727-0
978-3-642-23728-7

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