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In theoretical physics , the term renormalization group RG refers to a formal apparatus that allows systematic investigation of the changes of a physical system as viewed at different scales.
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Anselmi Theories of gravitation. Differential geometry. General relativity. Perturbative expansion. Quantum gravity. We study the running of power spectra in inflationary cosmology as a renormalization-group flow from the de Sitter fixed point. The beta function is provided We formulate quantum field theories of massive fields of arbitrary spins.
The presence of both physical and fake particles, organized into multiplets, makes it possible We derive the predictions of quantum gravity with fakeons on the amplitudes and spectral indices of the scalar and tensor fluctuations in inflationary cosmology. The search for purely virtual quanta has attracted interest in the past.
We consider various proposals and compare them to the concept of fake particle, We give a simple proof of perturbative unitarity in gauge theories and quantum gravity using a special gauge that allows us to separate the physical Under certain assumptions, it is possible to make sense of higher derivative theories by quantizing the unwanted degrees of freedom as fakeons, which are later Several particles are not observed directly, but only through their decay products.
We consider the possibility that they might be fakeons, i. We define life as the amplification of quantum uncertainty up to macroscopic scales.
A living being is any amplifier that achieves this goal. We argue We discuss the fate of the correspondence principle beyond quantum mechanics, specifically in quantum field theory and quantum gravity, in connection with the intrinsic limitations We elaborate on the idea of fake particle and study its physical consequences.
When a theory contains fakeons, the true classical limit is determined by We investigate the properties of fakeons in quantum gravity at one loop. A theory of quantum gravity has been recently proposed by means of a novel quantization prescription, which is able to turn the poles of the Buy hard copy on amazon. I examine how duality is implemented in the regularized theory and verified in the results of this paper. B DOI: I review my explanation of the irreversibility of the renormalization-group flow in even dimensions greater than two and address new investigations and tests.
Acta Phys. I study various properties of the critical limits of correlators containing insertions of conserved and anomalous currents. In particular, I show that the improvement term of the stress tensor can be fixed unambiguously, studying the RG interpolation between the UV and IR limits. Compatible results follow from the analysis of the RG equations. I perform a number of self-consistency checks and discuss the issues in a large set of theories. The formulas hold in the most general renormalizable quantum field theory unitary or not , interpolating between UV and IR conformal fixed points.
I discuss the relevance of these sum rules for the issue of the irreversibility of the RG flow. A flow invariant is a quantity depending only on the UV and IR conformal fixed points and not on the flow connecting them.
Typically, its value is related to the central charges a and c. There exists a theoretical explanation of this fact. A number of related open questions are answered here. A general formula of the flow invariant is found, which holds also when the stress tensor has improvement terms.
Several non-unitary theories are used as a laboratory, but the conclusions are general and an application to the Standard Model is addressed. The analysis of the results suggests some new minimum principles, which might point towards a better understanding of quantum field theory.
Bosons are associated with composite operators and their propagators are dynamically generated by fermion bubbles. There is an exact relation between the beta function and the anomalous dimension of the composite boson. Non-Abelian gauge fields have a non-renormalized and quantized gauge coupling, although no Chern-Simons term is present. A problem of the naive dimensional-regularization technique for these theories is uncovered and removed with a non-local, evanescent, non-renormalized kinetic term.
The models are expected to be a fruitful arena for the study of odd-dimensional conformal field theory. Ordinary gravity does not admit a straightforward identification of c and a in the trace anomaly, because it is not conformal. A third possibility is to consider higher-spin conformal field theories. They are not unitary, but have a variety of interesting properties.
Bosonic conformal tensors have a positive-definite action, equal to the square of a field strength, and a higher-derivative gauge invariance.
At the quantum level, they contribute to the one-loop beta function with the same sign as ordinary matter, admit a conformal window and non-trivial interacting fixed points. There are composite operators of high spin and low dimension, which violate the Ferrara-Gatto-Grillo theorem.
Finally, other theories, such as conformal antisymmetric tensors, exhibit more severe internal problems. This research is motivated by the idea that fundamental quantum field theories should be renormalization-group RG interpolations between ultraviolet and infrared conformal fixed points, and quantum irreversibility should be a general principle of nature. I review recent results on conformal field theories in four dimensions and quantum field theories interpolating between conformal fixed points, supersymmetric and non-supersymmetric.
PoS trieste99 We call it pondered Euler density. Although the trace anomaly in external gravity is zero in odd dimensions, I show that the odd-dimensional formula has a predictive content. Follow on Twitter. Book 14B1 D. Anselmi Renormalization. Contents: Preface 1. Functional integral 2. Renormalization 3. Renormalization group 4. Gauge symmetry 5. Canonical formalism 6. Quantum electrodynamics 7.
Non-Abelian gauge field theories Notation and useful formulas References. Auths, Title , 'year'A'num' Renorm. Anselmi, Master functional and proper formalism for quantum gauge field theory , 12A3 Renorm.
Auths, Title , 'year'B'num' Renorm. Auths, Title , 'year'R'num' Renorm. Auths, Title , 'year'P'num' Renorm. Auths, Title , Theorem 'year'T'num' Renorm. Auths, Title , Exercise 'year'E'num' Renorm. Follow renormalize. Hilbert action, Palatini formulation, field equations. Coupling of gravity to matter: scalars, fermions, vectors.
Energy-momentum tensor and its conservation. Boundary term of the gravitational action. Trace K action. Energy of the gravitational field and its positivity. Propagating degrees of freedom, gauge fixing. Functional integral, Feynman diagrams, renormalization. Gauge fixing at the quantum level. Nonrenormalizabilty of the Hilbert action and its completion. Quadratic corrections, Weyl tensor, Euler characteristics.
Quantization of matter in external gravity: Unruh effect. Nonrenormalizability of Einstein gravity. Terms that can be absorded into metric redefinitions. Organization of the classical action of quantum gravity with infinitely many terms. Quantization prescription for fakeons. The quantization of gravity.
Unitarity, perturbative unitarity, cutting equations. Calculation of Feynman diagrams in quantum gravity. Fakeon thresholds and average continuation. Projecting away the fakeons from the physical spectrum.
Renormalization Group and Fixed Points
Don't have an account? Up to now, we have mainly discussed the IR behaviour of field theories. This chapter uses RG equations to characterize instead the large momentum behaviour of renormalized field theories. This assumes implicitly that a universal large momentum physics, that is, a property of the continuum, can be defned. This implies also the existence of a crossover scale between low and large momentum physics. Oxford Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the service. Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter.
This Brief presents an introduction to the theory of the renormalization group in the context of quantum field theories of relevance to particle physics. Emphasis is placed on gaining a physical understanding of the running of the couplings. The Wilsonian version of the renormalization group is related to conventional perturbative calculations with dimensional regularization and minimal subtraction. An introduction is given to some of the remarkable renormalization group properties of supersymmetric theories. Gauge theories have provided our most successful representations of the fundamental forces of nature. How, though, do such representations work? Interpretations of gauge theory aim to answer this question.
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Anselmi Theories of gravitation. Differential geometry. General relativity. Perturbative expansion.
Free theory and Wick's theorem. Perturbation theory, asymptotic expansions and Feynman diagrams. Supersymmetry and localization.
Epsilon expansion and Wilson-Fisher fixed point Print:hep-ph/ ctarchery.org Sections 1 and renormalization-group based definitions of quantum field theories. 6.
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In this paper, we analyze the renormalization group RG flow of field theories with quenched disorder, in which the couplings vary randomly in space. We analyze both classical Euclidean disorder and quantum disorder, emphasizing general properties rather than specific cases. The RG flow of the disorder-averaged theories takes place in the space of their coupling constants and also in the space of distributions for the disordered couplings, and the two mix together.
The lecture is aimed at master students with an interest in theoretical physics. It is a crucial preparation for a master thesis in theoretical particle physics. The quantum field theory concepts discussed are however more widely applicable. The focus here will be on methods, rather than on phenomenology as compared to the 'Theoretical particle physics' course. Strongly advised for students who have not attended the "Relativity, Particles, Fields'' course at TUM in the summer or wish to refresh their theoretical physics background.
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This Brief presents an introduction to the theory of the renormalization group in the context of quantum field theories of relevance to particle physics. Emphasis is placed on gaining a physical understanding of the running of the couplings. The Wilsonian version of the renormalization group is related to conventional perturbative calculations with dimensional regularization and minimal subtraction. An introduction is given to some of the remarkable renormalization group properties of supersymmetric theories.