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The general effort is to quantize the fields of elementary particles and gravitons.But I wonder about ''mathematical'' fields such as the fluctuation fields in statistical physics.I think there may be many ''continuous'' fields in physics.Could the functional integral formalism

say any things about ''the quantum'' of field?Because this formalism is only a powerful tool to canculate the correlation function,but say nothing(it seem to me) about the quantization(about ''quantum'' of fields).

Thank you very much in advance

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# How to quantize the ''mathematical'' fluctuation field in statistics?

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