Semiclassical Quantization Methods in Field Theory
This is an overview of the semiclassical WKB method which has been developed by R. DASHEN, B. HASSLACHER and myself in Ref. 1 and which can be applied to finding solutions to field theories which are inaccessible to perturbation techniques.
KeywordsParticle Spectrum Antisymmetrical Tensor Doublet State Thirring Model Soliton Mass
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