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Nonequilibrium Relativistic Quantum Many-Body Theory

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Nonequilibrium Relativistic Quantum Many-Body Theory
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Publisher: Frankfurt Institute of Advanced Studies
Number of pages: 149

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The following manuscript aims at an introduction to modern methods in relativistic quantum many-body theory. We introduce many-body techniques, using relativistic quantum field theory, emphasizing the so-called real-time formulation, which allows the investigation of dynamical properties of quantum systems.

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