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This new volume takes a complete look at how classical field theory, quantum mechanics and quantum field theory are interrelated. It takes a global approach and discusses the importance of quantization by relating it to different theories such as tree amplitude and conservation laws. There are special chapters devoted to Euclideanization and renormalization, space and time inversion and the closed-time-path formalism.
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