Wilson operator products in nonlinearly realized theories
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- (1).L is not chiral invariant. For the purposes of this note, chirality is of no primary significance; the chiral invariant LagrangianL s simply provides an example in a localizable formulation of nonlinear theories we wish to discuss. (SeeH. Lehmann andH. Trute: preprint DESY/8 (1972)).Google Scholar
- (3).It is desirable to concentrate on localizable theories, not only because of the appearance of entire functions but also because of a theorem ofEpstein, Glaser andMartin (Comm. Math. Phys.,13, 257 (1969)) about localizable theories in general, which we feel deserves to be better known. The theorem states that on-shell scattering amplitudes in all localizable theories are Froissart-bounded. Their axiomatic proof, unfortunately, does not give a calculational procedure to guarantee the attaining of such a bound.MathSciNetADSCrossRefMATHGoogle Scholar
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