Developments in High Energy Physics: Proceedings of the IX. by Abdus Salam (auth.), Paul Urban (eds.)

By Abdus Salam (auth.), Paul Urban (eds.)

We summarize the placement concerning non-polynomial Lagrangians: I should still make the qualification that an enor­ mous quantity of verification is required sooner than the issues of renormalizability are all taken care of out, yet one may well ten­ tatively country: 1) All matrix parts are finite for theories the place the Dyson index D is lower than . 2) For the circumstances whilst D=2 or three, counter-terms were explicitly written which soak up all infinities and the theories are renormalizable. three) combined theories of polynomial and non-polynomial fields seem to be renormalizable supplied the Dyson in­ dices individually and together satisfy renormalizability standards. We think that vulnerable interactions, chiral l. a.­ grangians and Yang-Mills thought fall into this type although certain proofs haven't but been developed. four) it kind of feels most probably that to every order within the significant coupling (and to all orders within the minor coupling}the S­ matrix parts, as computed through tools defined, fulfill the mandatory unitarity and analyticity requirements.

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And on renormalizability, in preparation) • J. Boyce and J. Sultoon, "Form factors in non-polynomial theories", Imperial College (in preparation). K. Koller, A. P. Hunt and Q. Shafi, "Self-masses in chiral Lagrangian theories", Imperial College (in preparation). 3) G. V. Efimov, CERN, preprint 1087, Oct. 1969; Abdus Salam and J. Strathdee, ICTP, Trieste, preprint ICj69/120, to appear in Phys. Rev. 4) S. , $/(1+f 2 $2» do not possess a lower bound. Presumably $4 - like even theories do not suffer from this objection.

1) and ( 2 . 23) 38 Hence eq. 24) 1 This is absurd, since one knows that k < 1 • 3. 1) II ~ II = sup I ~ (x) I • -l$xSl It is easy to check eq. 4). To show that the space is complete, let {~n(x)} be a Cauchy sequence in the space. For a given, fixed x, one knows, by the Bolzanoweierstrass, theorem, that ~n(x) tends to a limit, that may be called ~(x), as n~oo • It has to be shown that ~(x) is continuous, and so belongs to the space. 2) Given any £>0, one can certainly choose n so large that the first two terms on the right-hand side of eq.

Problems and Prospects 1. INTRODUCTION I am going to explain to you how one can tackle certain problems in S-matrix theory that involve nonlinear functional equations. A physicist's usual reaction to a non-linear equation of this kind would be either to try to get an approximate solution by iteration, or to introduce a linearization, perhaps in the neighbourhood ::Lecture given at IX. Internationale Universitatswochen fUr Kernphysik, Schladming, February 23 - March 7,1970 33 of a known approximate solution.

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