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Kugo and Ojima's Canonical Formulation of Yang-Mills using BRST
I am trying to study the canonical formulation of Yang-Mills theories so that I have direct access to the $n$-particle of the theory (i.e. the Hilbert Space). To that end, I am following Kugo and ...
Oct 30 '12 at 4:29
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