Dynamical Symmetry Breaking in Quantum Field Theories

Author: V A Miransky

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9814502669

Category: Science

Page: 552

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The phenomenon of dynamical symmetry breaking (DSB) in quantum field theory is discussed in a detailed and comprehensive way. The deep connection between this phenomenon in condensed matter physics and particle physics is emphasized. The realizations of DSB in such realistic theories as quantum chromodynamics and electroweak theory are considered. Issues intimately connected with DSB such as critical phenomenona and effective lagrangian approach are also discussed. Contents:The Theory of Free Fields and Nonequivalent Representations of the Canonical Commutation Relations in Field TheoriesSpontaneous Symmetry Breaking in Condensed Matter. Superfluidity and SuperconductivitySpontaneous Symmetry Breaking in Relativistic Quantum Field Theory. General ConsiderationIntroduction to Chiral DynamicsNonlinear Realization of Spontaneous Symmetry BreakingThe Nambu-Jona-Lasinio Model. The First AcquaintanceThe Effective Action Method in Quantum Field TheoryEffective Action for Composite Operators and Equations for Green's Functions on the Nonperturbative VacuumDynamical Chiral Symmetry Breaking. General ConsiderationCritical Coupling Constant in the Problem of Dynamical Chiral Symmetry Breaking in Gauge TheoriesSpontaneous Symmetry Breaking and Critical PhenomenaDynamical Chiral Symmetry Breaking in QCDIntroduction to Electroweak Symmetry BreakingNew Techniclor ScenariosThe Top Mode Standard Model and Beyond Readership: Theoretical physicists. keywords:Dynamical Symmetry Breaking;Chiral Dynamics;Gauge Theories;Quantum Chromodynamics;Electroweak Symmetry Breaking “… its intended readership ranges from second-year graduate level onwards. It is the only book I know of which gives such a thorough and comprehensive coverage of the subject. Overall the author has assembled an impressive amount of material and presented it in a clear and well organized form … it is certainly a book which should be in the library of any self-respecting department of high energy physics.” H F Jones “Many useful and good reviews on various aspects of this subject exist, but for the first time, to my knowledge, a unified point of view of various broken symmetries in particle physics involving both spontaneous and dynamical symmetries is presented in a book form. I recommend this book to all serious students and researchers in high energy physics … I warmly recommend it to all high energy physicists.” Mathematical Reviews
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Symmetry and Its Breaking in Quantum Field Theory

Author: T. Fujita

Publisher: Nova Publishers

ISBN: 9781600212413

Category: Science

Page: 243

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Field theory has special complexities which may not be common to other fields of research. Symmetry and its breaking are most exotic and sometimes almost mysterious to even those who can normally understand basic physics. In this textbook, there is a focus on presenting a simple and clear picture of the symmetry and its breaking in quantum field theory.
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Breaking In

Tales from the Screenwriting Trenches

Author: Lee Jessup

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1317194128

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 328

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Breaking In: Tales from the Screenwriting Trenches is a no-nonsense, boots-on-the-ground exploration of how writers REALLY go from emerging to professional in today’s highly saturated and competitive screenwriting space. With a focus on writers who have gotten representation and broken into the TV or feature film space after the critical 2008 WGA strike and financial market collapse, the reader will learn from tangible examples of how success was achieved via hard work and specific methodology. This book includes interviews from writers who wrote major studio releases (The Boy Next Door), staffed on television shows (American Crime, NCIS New Orleans, Sleepy Hollow), sold specs and television shows, placed in competitions, and were accepted to prestigious network and studio writing programs. These interviews are presented as Screenwriter Spotlights throughout the book and are supported by insight from top-selling agents and managers (including those who have sold scripts and pilots, had their writers named to prestigious lists such as The Black List and The Hit List) as well as working industry executives. Together, these anecdotes, learnings and perceptions, tied in with the author's extensive experience in and knowledge of the industry, will inform the reader about how the industry REALLY works, what it expects from both working and emerging writers, as well as what next steps the writer should engage in, in order to move their screenwriting career forward.
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Breaking In

The Formula for Success in Entertainment

Author: Evan Farmer

Publisher: Isb Pub

ISBN: 1937717003

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 240

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The Entertainment Formula will answer your biggest questions as well as many questions you never knew you needed to ask. Most importantly, it provides the tools necessary to be the one to get the job.
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Breaking In

The Rise of Sonia Sotomayor and the Politics of Justice

Author: Joan Biskupic

Publisher: Sarah Crichton Books

ISBN: 0374712417

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 288

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"I knew she'd be trouble." So quipped Antonin Scalia about Sonia Sotomayor at the Supreme Court's annual end-of-term party in 2010. It's usually the sort of event one would expect from such a grand institution, with gentle parodies of the justices performed by their law clerks, but this year Sotomayor decided to shake it up—flooding the room with salsa music and coaxing her fellow justices to dance. It was little surprise in 2009 that President Barack Obama nominated a Hispanic judge to replace the retiring justice David Souter. The fact that there had never been a nominee to the nation's highest court from the nation's fastest growing minority had long been apparent. So the time was ripe—but how did it come to be Sonia Sotomayor? In Breaking In: The Rise of Sonia Sotomayor and the Politics of Justice, the veteran journalist Joan Biskupic answers that question. This is the story of how two forces providentially merged—the large ambitions of a talented Puerto Rican girl raised in the projects in the Bronx and the increasing political presence of Hispanics, from California to Texas, from Florida to the Northeast—resulting in a historical appointment. And this is not just a tale about breaking barriers as a Puerto Rican. It's about breaking barriers as a justice. Biskupic, the author of highly praised judicial biographies of Justice Antonin Scalia and Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, now pulls back the curtain on the Supreme Court nomination process, revealing the networks Sotomayor built and the skills she cultivated to go where no Hispanic has gone before. We see other potential candidates edged out along the way. And we see how, in challenging tradition and expanding our idea of a justice (as well as expanding her public persona), Sotomayor has created tension within and without the court's marble halls. As a Supreme Court justice, Sotomayor has shared her personal story to an unprecedented degree. And that story—of a Latina who emerged from tough times in the projects not only to prevail but also to rise to the top—has even become fabric for some of her most passionate comments on matters before the Court. But there is yet more to know about the rise of Sonia Sotomayor. Breaking In offers the larger, untold story of the woman who has been called "the people's justice."
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Bane's Breaking In!

Author: Bill Matheny,Bob Kane,Terry Beatty

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 1434296652

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

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Bane is seeking revenge on the criminal doctor who changed him from an ordinary criminal into an enhanced super-criminal, and it is up to Batman to stop him--and prevent the doctor from creating an army of enhanced criminals.
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Code Breaking in the Pacific

Author: Peter Donovan,John Mack

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319082787

Category: Computers

Page: 387

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This book reveals the historical context and the evolution of the technically complex Allied Signals Intelligence (Sigint) activity against Japan from 1920 to 1945. It traces the all-important genesis and development of the cryptanalytic techniques used to break the main Japanese Navy code (JN-25) and the Japanese Army’s Water Transport Code during WWII. This is the first book to describe, explain and analyze the code breaking techniques developed and used to provide this intelligence, thus closing the sole remaining gap in the published accounts of the Pacific War. The authors also explore the organization of cryptographic teams and issues of security, censorship, and leaks. Correcting gaps in previous research, this book illustrates how Sigint remained crucial to Allied planning throughout the war. It helped direct the advance to the Philippines from New Guinea, the sea battles and the submarine onslaught on merchant shipping. Written by well-known authorities on the history of cryptography and mathematics, Code Breaking in the Pacific is designed for cryptologists, mathematicians and researchers working in communications security. Advanced-level students interested in cryptology, the history of the Pacific War, mathematics or the history of computing will also find this book a valuable resource.
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Symmetry Breaking in Syntax

Author: Hubert Haider

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107017750

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 264

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A new theory of grammar which explores the old distinction between OV and VO languages and their underlying basic asymmetry.
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Symmetries and Symmetry Breaking in Field Theory

Author: Parthasarathi Mitra

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1466581042

Category: Science

Page: 112

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Many courses on modern quantum field theory focus on the formulation and application of field theory, leaving topics related to symmetry underdeveloped. This leads to students often having an incomplete understanding of symmetries. Filling this gap, Symmetries and Symmetry Breaking in Field Theory sheds light on various aspects of symmetry in field theory. The book presents a broad selection of important topics, including constraint theory, generalized Pauli–Villars regularization, the measure approach to anomalies, zeta function regularization, and anomalous gauge theories. The author explains how some classical symmetries are broken by anomalies and how other symmetries of the theory are spontaneously broken. He discusses all of the ideas in as simple a way as possible.
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Symmetry Breaking in Syntax and the Lexicon

Author: Leah S. Bauke

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company

ISBN: 9027270120

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 304

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This book is a research monograph that explores the implications of the strongest minimalist thesis from an antisymmetric perspective. Three empirical domains are investigated: nominal root compounds in German and English, nominal gerunds in English and their German counterparts, and small clauses in Russian and English. A point of symmetry that has the potential of stalling the derivation emerges in the derivation of all of these constructions. Building on certain assumptions on how Merge works, this book shows that the points of symmetry can all be resolved in the same way; despite the fact that the three empirical domains under investigation are standardly derived from distinct structural configurations, such as head-head merger in the case of root compounds, head-phrase merger as it arises from standard complementation/predication structures for nominal gerunds, and phrase-phrase merger in small clauses. This book is of interest to all researchers working on syntax and its interfaces.
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