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By Andrei A. Bytsenko, G. Cognola, E. Elizalde, V. Moretti, S. Zerbini

One of many goals of this ebook is to provide an explanation for in a simple demeanour the possible tough problems with mathematical constitution utilizing a few particular examples as a consultant. In all of the instances thought of, a understandable actual challenge is approached, to which the corresponding mathematical scheme is utilized, its usefulness being duly confirmed. The authors attempt to fill the distance that usually exists among the physics of quantum box theories and the mathematical equipment most suitable for its formula, that are more and more hard at the mathematical skill of the physicist.

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The proof of the first part of (d) and (i) are direct consequences of (c) via standard spectral theory. The existence of the L2 limit stated in (ii) can be proven using the spectral decomposition of e~tA, taking the presence of a discrete spectrum into account. Afterwards, the statement concerning the uniform convergence can be proven as follows. Consider the identity \Kt+T^ - KT+Tip\(x) = \KT{Kti> - KTrp)\(x). The right-hand side can be rewritten | j M d,ig(y)K(T,x,y\A)(Kt^ - KT^){y)\ < C\\Ktxl> - KT^>\\ by the Cauchy-Schwartz inequality and the continuity of the heat kernel, where C is some positive constant not depending on T and x.

31) belongs t o either C°°((0,+oo) x /„ x /„) or C°°((0,+oo) x M x M) for a = P = Q. 19) may not be asymptotic if x / y and t > 0 as N -> oo. Indeed, due to the presence of ?? 19) where the exponential e~a(x'y^2t appears. 19). A. Fulling (1991); R. A. Bytsenko et al. D.

All the physical quantities we shall consider in this chapter arise from a Euclidean functional integral which plays a crucial role in quantum field theory in a curved spacetime. The functional integral works on fields defined in a Euclidean manifold M called the "Euclidean section" of the spacetime. A precise definition will be given shortly. 2) with A = V a V ° . 1) d[(j>] and 4>A(j) have to be replaced respectively for d[^]d[0*] and *A(/> with A = -(Va-iXa)(Va-iXa) + V. e. the gravitational field), X is a real vector field on M (for instance the electromagnetic field), V is any other real external potential, and dpbg is the natural measure induced by the metric.

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