# Understanding of the Renormalization Program in a mathematically Rigorous Framework and an Intrinsic Mass Scale

@article{Joglekar2000UnderstandingOT, title={Understanding of the Renormalization Program in a mathematically Rigorous Framework and an Intrinsic Mass Scale}, author={Satish Joglekar}, journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory}, year={2000} }

we show there exists a mathematically consistent framework in which the Renormalization Program can be understood in a natural manner. The framework does not require any violations of mathematical rigor usually associated with the Renormalization program. We use the framework of the non-local field theories [these carry a finite mass scale (\Lambda)]and set up a finite perturbative program. We show how this program leads to the perturbation series of the usual renormalization program [except…

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