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Toward a finite-dimensional formulation of quantum field theory

AuthorsNavarro Navarro, Miguel
KeywordsField theory
Quantum mechanics
Equations of motion.
Issue Date1998
CitationFoundations of Physics Letters 11: 585- 593 (1998)
AbstractRules of quantization and equations of motion for a finite-dimensional formulation of quantum field theory are proposed which fulfill the following properties: (a) Both the rules of quantization and the equations of motion are covariant; (b) the equations of evolution are second order in derivatives and first order in derivatives of the spacetime coordinates; and (c) these rules of quantization and equations of motion lead to the usual (canonical) rules of quantization and the (Schrödinger) equation of motion of quantum mechanics in the particular case of mechanical systems. We also comment briefly on further steps to fully develop a satisfactory quantum field theory and the difficuties which may be encountered when doing so.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1023/A:1022189026504
issn: 0894-9875
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