Towards the QFT on curved spacetime limit of QGR: II. A concrete implementation

@article{Sahlmann2002TowardsTQ,
  title={Towards the QFT on curved spacetime limit of QGR: II. A concrete implementation},
  author={H. Sahlmann and Thomas Thiemann},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2002},
  volume={23},
  pages={909 - 954}
}
The present paper is the companion of Sahlmann and Thiemann (2006 Towards the QFT on curved spacetime limit of QGR: I. A general scheme Class. Quantum Grav. 23 867) in which we proposed a scheme that tries to derive the quantum field theory (QFT) on curved spacetimes (CST) limit from background-independent quantum general relativity (QGR). The constructions of the companion paper make heavy use of the notion of semiclassical states for QGR. In the present paper, we employ the complexifier… 

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