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Currently a graduate student in mathematics at the University of California - Berkeley.

Previously obtained a MASt. in Applied Mathematics from the University of Cambridge (2013), and a B.S. in Mathematics and a B.A. in Physics from the University of Chicago (2012).


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asked $\mathcal{N}=2$ spin $1/2$ supermultiplet
Feb
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comment Unitary representations of the diffeomorphism group in curved spacetime
If this is the case, then I feel we should apply the Faddeev-Popov trick to the Einstein Hilbert action so as to find the corresponding BRST charge associated with this diffeomorphism symmetry, and perform the usual cohomological construction to find the space of states. Has this not been done before? What is the result?
Feb
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revised Unitary representations of the diffeomorphism group in curved spacetime
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asked Unitary representations of the diffeomorphism group in curved spacetime
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asked Feynman rule for deriative interaction: an example
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revised How do I find constraints on the Nambu-Goto Action?
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Nov
19
comment Amplitudes in renormalized perturbation theory
@Neuneck Yes, but I thought the point is that the total result should be proportional to $\lambda ^2$, not just $\lambda$.
Nov
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comment Amplitudes in renormalized perturbation theory
@Neuneck I don't understand. The Feynman rule corresponding to the $4$-point counterterm vertex is just $-\mathrm{i}\, \delta _\lambda$, not $-\mathrm{i}\, \delta _\lambda \lambda$ or anything like this, so this entire counterterm diagram should just be of order $\lambda$. What am I missing?
Nov
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comment Amplitudes in renormalized perturbation theory
This was more or less what I was expecting, but when I went to check this myself, I didn't see how $\delta _\lambda$ was of order $\lambda ^2$. Indeed, according to Peskin and Schroeder's Eq. (10.17) on pg. 324, $\delta _\lambda =\lambda _0Z^2-\lambda$, which is just of order $\lambda$ . . . or am I missing something?
Nov
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accepted Charge-conjugation of Weyl spinors
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revised Charge-conjugation of Weyl spinors
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revised Amplitudes in renormalized perturbation theory
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asked Charge-conjugation of Weyl spinors
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asked Amplitudes in renormalized perturbation theory