It has by now become abundantly clear, from the lectures of Professor Devreese  and Professor Thornber , that the propagators associated with certain Hamiltonians are of crucial importance in handling transport theory problems.
KeywordsCoherent State Path Integral Occupation Number Discrete Form Functional Integral
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