# Relativistic invariance of the vacuum

@article{Bednorz2012RelativisticIO, title={Relativistic invariance of the vacuum}, author={A. Bednorz}, journal={The European Physical Journal C}, year={2012}, volume={73}, pages={1-14} }

Relativistic invariance of the vacuum is (or follows from) one of the Wightman axioms, which is commonly believed to be true. Without these axioms, here we present a direct and general proof of continuous relativistic invariance of all real-time vacuum correlations of fields, not only scattering (forward in time), based on closed time path formalism. The only assumptions are basic principles of relativistic quantum field theories: the relativistic invariance of the Lagrangian, of the form… Expand

#### 4 Citations

#### References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 75 REFERENCES

Nonequilibrium quantum fields: Closed-time-path effective action, Wigner function, and Boltzmann equation.

- Physics, Medicine
- Physical review. D, Particles and fields
- 1988

Closed-time-path functional formalism in curved spacetime: Application to cosmological back-reaction problems.

- Physics, Medicine
- Physical review. D, Particles and fields
- 1987