Axioms for Euclidean Green's functions II

  title={Axioms for Euclidean Green's functions II},
  author={Konrad Osterwalder and Robert Schrader},
  journal={Communications in Mathematical Physics},
We give new (necessary and) sufficient conditions for Euclidean Green's functions to have analytic continuations to a relativistic field theory. These results extend and correct a previous paper. 
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