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Heat Kernel Techniques & Quantum Gravity (Discourses in Mathematics and Its Applications)

S. A. Fulling

Heat Kernel Techniques & Quantum Gravity (Discourses in Mathematics and Its Applications)

by S. A. Fulling

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Published by Texas A & M University, Department of Mathema .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages471
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11699517M
    ISBN 100963072838
    ISBN 109780963072832
    OCLC/WorldCa38047123

    The heat kernel approach for calculating the effective action in quantum field theory and quantum gravity Article (PDF Available) October with 35 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Talk given by P. Haberl at the Conference Heat Kernel Techniques and Quantum Gravity, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg (Canada), Aug The calculation of one–loop effective actions as determinants of certain operators M has a long history, and numerous representations in closed form or as expansions are available [1].

    I.G. Avramidi: "One-Loop Quantum Gravity and the Heat Kernel" Lecture 1. "Effective Action Approach in Gauge Field Theories and Quantum Gravity" Abstract: An overview of the effective action approach in quantum field theory and quantum gravity. Lecture 2. "Calculation of the Heat Kernel .   The effective action of a quantum scalar field in a gravitational classical background is considered. In order to calculate it, it's transformed to Euclidean action and then renormalized (thrown away infinities) using zeta function and heat kernel technique then analytically continued back to Lorentzian s: 6.

    Introduction to Quantum Effects in Gravity. (Note that the draft for this book is available for free on Winitzki’s web page.) And of course there are the classics by Bryce DeWitt which contain so much good physics – The Global Approach to Quantum Field Theory and Dynamical Theory of Groups and Fields. The quantisation of gauge theories usually procedes through the introduction of ghost fields and BRST symmetry. In the case of quantum gravity in the presence of boundaries, the BRST-invariant boundary value problem for the gauge field operators is non-elliptic, and consequently the definition of the effective action using heat-kernel techniques becomes problematic.


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Heat Kernel Techniques & Quantum Gravity (Discourses in Mathematics and Its Applications) by S. A. Fulling Download PDF EPUB FB2

The results exposed in this book reflect the major contributions of the author to differential geometry and the theory of differential operators. They have many applications in quantum field theory with background fields, and indeed, the book can be used as a text for a short graduate course in the heat kernel techniques and their quantum gravity.".

The results exposed in this book reflect the major contributions of the author to differential geometry and the theory of differential operators. They have many applications in quantum field theory with background fields, and indeed, the book can be used as a text for a short graduate course in the heat kernel techniques and their quantum gravity."Cited by: Get this from a library.

Heat kernel and quantum gravity. [Ivan G Avramidi] -- This book tackles quantum gravity via the so-called background field method and its effective action functional.

The author presents an explicitly covariant and effective technique to calculate the. Heat Kernel and Quantum Gravity Ivan G. Avramidi. This book tackles quantum gravity via the so-called background field method and its effective action functional.

The author presents an explicitly covariant and effective technique to calculate the de Witt coefficients and to analyze the Schwinger-de Wit asymptotic expansion of the effective action.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: 1. Background Field Method in Quantum Field Theory. This book tackles quantum gravity via the so-called background field method and its effective action functional.

The author presents an explicitly covariant and effective technique to calculate the de Witt coefficients and to analyze the Schwinger-de Wit asymptotic expansion of the effective action.

Heat Kernel and Quantum Gravity By Ivan G. Avramidi | Pages | ISBN: | PDF | 9 MB. This book is aimed at theoretical as well as primarily physicists graduate students in field working quantum theory, quantum gravity, theories, gauge to sdme.

Heat kernel and quantum gravity. I.G. Avramidi (New Mexico Tech. cite. Citations per year. 0 2 4 6 8 Note: Lecture notes in physics. Monographs, m64; book; heat kernel; quantum gravity; background field; space-time; asymptotic expansion; Covariant techniques for computation of the heat kernel.

I.G. Avramidi. The heat kernel associated with an elliptic second-order partial differential operator of Laplace type acting on smooth sections of a vector bundle over a Riemannian manifold, is studied. A general manifestly covariant method for computation of the coefficients of the heat kernel asymptotic expansion is.

Download PDF Abstract: We give a short overview of the effective action approach in quantum field theory and quantum gravity and describe various methods for calculation of the asymptotic expansion of the heat kernel for second-order elliptic partial differential operators acting on sections of vector bundles over a compact Riemannian manifold.

We consider both Laplace type. I.G. Avramidi, New algebraic methods for calculating the heat kernel and the effective action in quantum gravity and gauge theories, gr-qc/, in: ‘Heat Kernel Techniques and Quantum Gravity’, Discourses in Mathematics and Its Applications, No.

4, Ed. S.A. Fulling, Texas A&M University, (College Station, Texas, ), to appear Google. Special thanks also to the organisers for the invitation and for making this wonderful conference possible. REFERENCES 1.

Abramowitz and LA. Stegun, Handbook of Mathematical Functions, Dover, New York, 2. Avramidi, Heat Kernel and (quantum Gravity, Lecture notes in physics m64, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 3. Using index-free notation, we present the diagonal values of the first five heat kernel coefficients associated with a general Laplace-type operator on a compact Riemannian space.

It has been applied to the study of the phase structures of lower dimensional models as well as to simplified versions of QCD [51, and to quantum gravity [ The purpose of this letter is to elaborate on the definition of the effective action Fk using heat-kernel techniques.

1Talk at “Heat kernel techniques and quantum gravity” conference, Winnipeg, Canada, August 2Present address: Lebedev Physics Institute, Leninsky pr.

53, MoscowRussia; e-mail: [email protected] 3E-mail: [email protected] 1. while the heat kernel itself. Avramidi, “New algebraic methods for calculating the heat kernel and the effective action in quantum gravity and gauge theories,” University of Greifswald,gr-qc/; in Heat Kernel Techniques and Quantum Gravity, Discourses in Mathematics and Its Applications, No.

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