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Are there rigorous constructions of the path integral for lattice QFT on an infinite lattice?
Lattice QFT on a finite lattice* is a completely well defined mathematical object. This is because the path integral is an ordinary finite-dimensional integral. However, if the lattice is infinite, ...
Oct 17 '11 at 21:20
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