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What is the physical interpretation of Feynman path integral?
Thanks
What is the physical interpretation of Feynman path integral?
Thanks
here is one view: it does not have a physical interpretationFeynman said:Hi
What is the physical interpretation of Feynman path integral?
Thanks
hi meldi, sorry I didnt respond earlier, I will get a link to thatmeldi said:hello marcus!
I'm interested by the subject but I didn't find the post of turin and zephram. Can you give me a link please?
the thread begins here:...BTW Feynmann, if you havent already I invite you to have a look in this Quantum Physics forum
at the electroweak conversation between turin and zephram.
if zephram answers on this thread it will probably be interesting...
Yes indeed. I followed that thread and was fascinated by zephram. Thanks zephram.marcus said:...that thread is a model of what I wish we had more of
I bought Feynmann Hibbs about ten years ago. I can't really say it helped me understand field theory. The book that really made a breakthrough for me (YMMD) was Hatfield, Quantum Field Theory of Point Particles and Strings. This book is pretty useless as a general reference but it is very intuitive, somewhat in the style of Zefram_C's explanations, but with all the math, too.JohnDubYa said:RE: "So i don't have the Feynman Hibbs book "
Then buy it, or check it out from the library.
The probability of travelling from one point to the other is the sum over all paths between them of the probability of travelling along that path; The path integral is basically just that sum over paths.Feynman said:Please what is the probabilisitic point view about path integral?