Quantum Physics: A Functional Integral Point of View

@inproceedings{Glimm1981QuantumPA,
  title={Quantum Physics: A Functional Integral Point of View},
  author={James Glimm and Arthur Jaffe},
  year={1981}
}
This book is addressed to one problem and to three audiences. The problem is the mathematical structure of modem physics: statistical physics, quantum mechanics, and quantum fields. The unity of mathemati cal structure for problems of diverse origin in physics should be no surprise. For classical physics it is provided, for example, by a common mathematical formalism based on the wave equation and Laplace's equation. The unity transcends mathematical structure and encompasses basic phenomena as… 
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