A Tutorial Approach to the Renormalization Group and the Smooth Feshbach Map
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Lecture Notes in Physics
book series (LNP, volume 695)
A new method of spectral analysis of Hamiltonians deriving from quantum field theoretic models has been defined by the Feshbach Map in [2–5] and, more recently, by the Smooth Feshbach Map in . The main goals of those papers were the following:
KeywordsRenormalization Group Canonical Commutation Relation Atomic Ground State Vacuum Vector Canonical Commutation Relation
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