Theories and Lagrangians II: Introducing Gauge Fields View Full Text


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DATE

2012

AUTHORS

Luis Álvarez-Gaumé , Miguel Á. Vázquez-Mozo

ABSTRACT

Gauge theories play a central role in our current understanding of the fundamental interactions. The weak, electromagnetic and strong interactions are well described by gauge theories. We introduce them in this chapter for the first time. Although we often talk about gauge invariance, or gauge symmetry, these terms are a bit misleading. The gauge symmetry is more a redundancy in the description of the physical degrees of freedom than a symmetry, as will be shown later on. The redundancy is of course very useful because it makes Lorentz invariance and locality explicit, but it is not a symmetry in the same sense as rotations or translations. These theories have an incredible richness and complexity. Many aspects of their dynamics are still poorly understood. In our presentation we just scratch the surface of a deep subject. More... »

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47-79

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TITLE

An Invitation to Quantum Field Theory

ISBN

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

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