Register to reply

Non-abelian Local Gauge Invariance in Field Theories

by samalkhaiat
Tags: field, gauge, invariance, local, nonabelian, theories
Share this thread:
samalkhaiat
#1
Jan22-13, 07:12 AM
Sci Advisor
P: 892
These are notes I made when I was studying the subject 20 years ago. They seem fine considering that I was student then. I believe they can be useful for those who are studying Yang-Mills and other related material.

Sam
Attached Files
File Type: pdf Gauge Invariance.pdf (394.8 KB, 148 views)
Phys.Org News Partner Science news on Phys.org
Security CTO to detail Android Fake ID flaw at Black Hat
Huge waves measured for first time in Arctic Ocean
Mysterious molecules in space
LastOneStanding
#2
Jan23-13, 02:42 AM
P: 718
Thanks, Sam!
andrien
#3
Jan23-13, 08:18 AM
P: 1,020
nice,but looks some tough as it starts with non abelian lie group directly!

samalkhaiat
#4
Jan23-13, 12:07 PM
Sci Advisor
P: 892
Non-abelian Local Gauge Invariance in Field Theories

Quote Quote by samalkhaiat View Post
These are notes I made when I was studying the subject 20 years ago. They seem fine considering that I was student then. I believe they can be useful for those who are studying Yang-Mills and other related material.

Sam
Some corrections:
The notes were originally made using Math-Type, then converted to LaTex. This caused some problems with the references to equations numbers. I corrected most of them but missed the followings:

1) on page 7, the sentence before Eq(3.20) should say "using [itex]Eq(3.1)[/itex] and [itex]Eq(3.19)[/itex]"
2) on page 9 the sentence after Eq(3.35) should read "Adding [itex]Eq(3.34)[/itex] to [itex]Eq(3.35)[/itex]".
3) on page 10 again you see a reference to [itex]Eq(10)[/itex], this should changed to [itex]Eq(3.1)[/itex].
4) on page 11 reference to [itex]Eq(59)[/itex] is made. The correct equation number is [itex]Eq(4.13)[/itex].
I think that is all. Please do tell me if you find some more of these.

Sam
iisndt
#5
Mar20-13, 05:16 AM
P: 1
Quote Quote by andrien View Post
nice,but looks some tough as it starts with non abelian lie group directly!
but how its start?


Register to reply

Related Discussions
Non-abelian Gauge invariance (chapter 15.1 in Peskin/Schroeder) Quantum Physics 3
Questions about *classical* gauge field theory (Abelian and Non-Abelian) High Energy, Nuclear, Particle Physics 1
Kinetic lagrangian for non-abelian gauge theories Quantum Physics 7
QFT and local gauge invariance Quantum Physics 5
Path Integrals and Non-Abelian Gauge Theories Quantum Physics 0