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Quantum Field Theory of Point Particles and Strings (Frontiers in Physics) First Edition Edition
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This is not the first time I've tried to read this book. I've had to frequently consult other books on mathematical physics before I could proceed any further. Now, I admit, that while my background in mathematics is thorough, I've never had a formal education in physics, and I'm trying as best as I can to read all the books on mathematical physics, quantum mechanics, QFT, QED, GR, etc. And I think I have the handle on the Hamiltonian, and how it is used in both classical and quantum mechanics.Read more ›
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An excellent text for graduate students or for self-study. Details are worked out and many technicalities explained clearly.Published 21 months ago by Rajesh R Parwani
I endorse most of what the reviewer below says except that Jasonc65 from Wilmington has forgotten that the derivative with respect to complex z=x+iy is d/dz=1/2(d/dx - i. Read morePublished on June 8, 2002 by Rod Ball
This book is nice to read, I agree with most of the previous reviews about this. Some things are interesting, e.g. Read morePublished on March 20, 2001
While this book contains some interesting material such as the schrodinger approach to qft, it is not that helpful for learning either field theory or string theory. Read morePublished on November 25, 2000
This is a very comprehensive and readable book. I especially liked the treatment of path integrals. Definitely one of the best books on QFT in my opinion.Published on December 8, 1999 by Atte.Saarela
This very readable book includes all three representations, operator, path integral, and Schroedinger, and so is unique. Read morePublished on January 10, 1999