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Quantization and natural boundary conditions
The Euler-Lagrange equations follow from minimizing the action. Usually this is done with fixed (e.g. vanishing) boundary conditions such that we do not have to worry about any boundary terms. ...
Sep 10 '12 at 14:56
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