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Correlation Functions of the Energy Momentum Tensor on Spaces of Constant Curvature

Abstract An analysis of one- and two-point functions of the energy–momentum tensor on homogeneous spaces of constant curvature is undertaken. The possibility of proving a c -theorem in this framework… Expand

Dimensional regularization of massless quantum electrodynamics in spherical spacetime

- I. Drummond, G. Shore
- Physics
- 1979

Abstract The quantization and renormalization of massless electrodynamics in a spacetime of constant curvature are discused. A formalism is presented which is valid in an arbitrary number of… Expand

The c and a-Theorems and the Local Renormalisation Group

- G. Shore
- Physics
- 25 January 2016

The Zamolodchikov c-theorem has led to important new insights in our understanding of the renormalisation group and the geometry of the space of QFTs. Here, we review the parallel developments of the… Expand

“Faster than light” photons and charged black holes

- R. D. Daniels, G. Shore
- Physics
- 19 October 1993

Abstract Photons propagating in curved spacetime may, depending on their direction and polarisation, have velocities exceeding the “speed of light” c . This phenomenon arises through vacuum… Expand

Superluminality and UV completion

- G. Shore
- Physics
- 19 January 2007

Abstract The idea that the existence of a consistent UV completion satisfying the fundamental axioms of local quantum field theory or string theory may impose positivity constraints on the couplings… Expand

The U (1) Goldberger-Treiman relation and the two components of the proton “spin”

- G. Shore, G. Veneziano
- Physics
- 12 July 1990

Abstract We present a simple and rigorous derivation of a recently proposed generalisation of the Goldberger-Treiman relation, and discuss its renormalisation group properties. We then show how to… Expand

Quantum gravitational optics

- G. Shore
- Physics
- 15 April 2003

In quantum theory, the curved spacetime of Einstein's general theory of relativity acts as a dispersive optical medium for the propagation of light. Gravitational rainbows and birefringence replace… Expand

The U(1) Goldberger-Treiman relation and the proton ``spin'': A renormalisation group analysis

- G. Shore, G. Veneziano
- Physics
- 17 August 1992

Abstract A detailed explanation of the U(1) Goldberger-Treiman relation is presented, and its renormalisation group properties discussed in detail. The implications for the proton “spin” problem are… Expand

Conformal anomalies for interacting scalar fields in curved spacetime

- I. Drummond, G. Shore
- Physics
- 15 February 1979

The occurrence of anomalies in the trace of the energy-momentum tensor for scalar field theories in curved space-time is discussed. For the special case of spherical space-time, an O(n + 1)… Expand

TOPOLOGICAL CHARGE SCREENING AND THE 'PROTON SPIN' BEYOND THE CHIRAL LIMIT

- S. Narison, G. Shore, G. Veneziano
- Physics
- 11 December 1998

Abstract The theory of the ‘proton spin’ effect proposed in our earlier papers is extended to include the chiral SU (3) symmetry breaking and flavour mixing induced by non-vanishing quark masses in… Expand

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