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On the self-consistent method

  • H. Umezawa
Morning Session

Abstract

This article gives a brief account of a formulaion of the self-consistent method which has been proposed byDell’ Antonio and myself [1]. The present report covers the following subjects: a formulation of the self-consistent method, the V-limit, the asymptotic condition in field theory, broken symmetry and local conversation laws and theGoldstone theorem.

Keywords

Commutation Relation Acta Phys Canonical Transformation Limit Versus Canonical Commutation Relation 
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О Методе самосогласования

Резюме

Статья даёт краткий обзор развития метода самосогласования, предложенного делл’ Антонио и мною. В настоящей работе рассматриваются следующие вопросы: формирование метода самосогласования, предела V, асимптотического условия в теории поля, нарушенной симметрии, ззконю локального сохранения и теоремы Голдстоуна.

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Copyright information

© with the authors 1965

Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Umezawa
    • 1
  1. 1.Istituto di fisica teoricaNapoliItalia

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