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Anomalous target space diffeomorphisms for one-loop world-line integrals
The Schwinger effect can be calculated in the world-line formalism by coupling the particle to the target space potential $A$. My question relates to how this calculation might extend to computing ...
Jan 27 '13 at 12:07
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