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Quantum Dynamics: Models and Mathematics. Editors (view affiliations) Ludwig Streit; Conference proceedings Search within book. Front Matter.
Pages I-X. PDF. Jordan Algebras Versus C*- Algebras Pages Asymptotic Perturbation Expansion for the S-matrix in P(⌽) 2 Quantum Field Theory Models. Jean-Pierre Eckmann. Pages Time. "Proceedings of the symposium 'Quantum dynamics: models and mathematics, ' at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research, Bielefeld University, Federal Republic of Germany, September" Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Jordan Algebras Versus C* -Algebras.- Decomposition of Families of Unbounded Operators Get this from a library. Quantum Dynamics: Models and Mathematics. [Ludwig Streit] -- The contributions to this volume deal with topics ranging over constructive and general quantum field theory and related algebraic problems, non-renormalizable models, equilibrium sta tistical.
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