Theory Of Interacting Fermi Systems

@inproceedings{Nozires1997TheoryOI,
  title={Theory Of Interacting Fermi Systems},
  author={Philippe Nozi{\`e}res},
  year={1997}
}
This book provides a detailed exposition of field theoretical methods as applied to zero temperature Fermi liquids. Special attention is paid to the concept of quasiparticles in normal Fermi liquids. The book emphasizes methods and concepts more than specific applications. 
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