The Net Advance of Physics:
EFFECTIVE FIELD THEORIES
FIELD THEORY
: EFFECTIVE
General:
Zee 95/02;
Kaplan 95/06;
Holstein (page 16) 95/10;
Pich 98/06;
Kim 98/10;
Burgess 98/12;
Holstein 2000/01;
Wudka 2000/02;
Tupper 2000/03;
Holstein 2000/10;
Phillips 2002/03;
van Kolck et al. 2002/05;
Kronfeld 2002/05;
Kaplan 2005/10;
Burgess 2007/01;
More is the Same: Phase Transitions and Mean Field Theories
by Leo P. Kadanoff [2009/06]
TASI Lectures on Effective Field Theory and Precision Electroweak Measurements
by Witold Skiba [2010/06]
Types:
HEAVY QUARK;
Type: CHIRAL:
The Many Uses of Chiral Effective Theories
by Elisabetta Pallante [Frascati 2007/10]
Nuclear forces from chiral effective field theory: a primer
by Evgeny Epelbaum [2009/10]
Chiral effective field theory and nuclear forces
by R. Machleidt and D. R. Entem [
Physics Reports 503
, 1 (2011)]
Chiral dynamics of few- and many-nucleon systems
by Evgeny Epelbaum and Ulf-G. Meißner [2012/01]
Nuclear Physics with Chiral Effective Field Theory: State of the Art and Open Challenges
by Evgeny Epelbaum [2013/02]
Nuclear lattice simulations: Status and perspectives
by Ulf-G. Meißner [2013/07]
Nuclear Chiral EFT in the Precision Era
by Evgeny Epelbaum [2015/10]
Chiral Effective Theory Methods and their Application to the Structure of Hadrons from Lattice QCD
by P. E. Shanahan [2016/06]
Chiral EFT based nuclear forces: Achievements and challenges
by Ruprecht Machleidt and F. Sammarruca [
Physica Scripta 91
, 083007 (2016)]
Type: CHIRAL ELECTROWEAK:
Pich 98/06;
Type: HIGH DENSITY:
Nardulli 2002/06;
Type: SOFT COLLINEAR:
The Evolution of Soft Collinear Effective Theory
by Christopher Lee [2014/05]
Aspect: RENORMALIZATION APPROACH:
Campbell-Smith and Mavromatos 98/10;
Re: CHIRAL PERTURBATION THEORY:
Holstein 2000/10;
Re: DISPERSION RELATIONS:
Donoghue 96/07;
Re: DUALITY: ELECTRIC/MAGNETIC DUALITY:
Gomez and Hernandez 95/10;
Re: DUALITY: S DUALITY:
Saririan 96/11;
Re:
FEW NUCLEON SYSTEMS:
A Tale of Two and Three Bodies
by Harald W. Griesshammer [2000/09]
An Introduction to Few Nucleon Systems in Effective Field Theory
by Harald W. Griesshammer [2001/08]
Effective Field Theory for Few-Nucleon Systems
by P. F. Bedaque and U. van Kolck [
Ann. Rev. Nucl. Part. Sci. 52
, 339 (2002)]
Building light nuclei from neutrons, protons, and pions
by Daniel Phillips [
Cz. J. Phys. 52 B
, 49 (2002)]
Few-body physics in effective field theory
by Hans-Werner Hammer [
J. Phys. G31
, S1253 (2005)]
Re: GRAVITATIONAL RADIATION:
Les Houches Lectures on Effective Field Theories and Gravitational Radiation
by Walter D. Goldberger [2006]
Re: GRAVITY:
Donoghue 95/12;
The Effective Field Theorist's Approach to Gravitational Dynamics
by Rafael A. Porto [2016/01] 150+ pp.
Re: HEAVY QUARKONIA:
NRQCD and Quarkonia
by Nora Brambilla [2006/10]
Re: ISING MODEL:
A brief account of the Ising and Ising-like models: Mean-field, effective-field and exact results
by Josef Strecka and Michal Jascur [
Acta Physica Slovaca 65
, 235 (2015)]
Re: LATTICE QCD:
Kronfeld 2002/05;
Chiral Effective Theory Methods and their Application to the Structure of Hadrons from Lattice QCD
by P. E. Shanahan [2016/06]
Re:
LIGHT QUARKS:
Light-quark dynamics
by J. Gasser [2003/02]
Re: LORENTZ INVARIANCE:
Tests of Lorentz invariance: a 2013 update
by Stefano Liberati [2013/04]
Re: MANY BODY PROBLEM:
Serot and Walecka 2000/10;
Re: NUCLEAR PHYSICS:
Beane 98/06;
Savage 98/07;
Kaplan 99/01;
Steel and Furnstahl 99/08;
Serot and Walecka 2000/10;
Holstein 2000/10;
Dobaczewski 2003/01;
Chiral EFT based nuclear forces: Achievements and challenges
by Ruprecht Machleidt and F. Sammarruca [
Physica Scripta 91
, 083007 (2016)]
Re: NUCLEAR PHYSICS: MEAN FIELD MODELS:
Furnstahl and Serot 99/07;
Re: NUCLEON-NUCLEON SCATTERING:
Beane 98/06;
Savage 98/07;
Re: QUANTUM GRAVITY:
Burgess 98/12;
The effective field theory treatment of quantum gravity
by John F. Donoghue [2012/04]
Re: RAYLEIGH SCATTERING:
Holstein 2000/10;
Re: STRINGS:
Antoniadis and Ovarlez 99/06;
Re: SUPERCONDUCTIVITY: HIGH TEMPERATURE:
Campbell-Smith and Mavromatos 98/10;
Re: TOPOLOGICAL PHASES:
Three Lectures On Topological Phases Of Matter
by Edward Witten [2015/07]
Re: WEAK INTERACTION:
TASI-2013 Lectures on Flavor Physics
by Benjamin Grinstein [2013]
THE NET ADVANCE OF PHYSICS