Lattice Quantum Field Theory
Attention: this is work in progress, and currently incomplete.
The first three chapters are complete. The remaining parts of this book depend on computer simulations that are currently being worked on, so it will have to stay like this for a while.

Non-Linear Scalar Models

A Continued Exploration of Quantum Field Theory

by Jorge L. deLyra

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JLdL 20Sep07