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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.43.2004.tde-06032014-142002
Document
Author
Full name
Edson Akira Asano
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2004
Supervisor
Committee
Silva, Adilson Jose da (President)
Brandt, Fernando Tadeu Caldeira
Gomes, Jose Francisco
Rivelles, Victor de Oliveira
Wotzasek, Clóvis José
Title in Portuguese
Aspectos perturbativos do modelo CPN-1 não-comutativo: extensões minimal e supersimétrica
Keywords in Portuguese
Supersimetria
Teoria de campos
Teoria quântica de campo
Abstract in Portuguese
Neste trabalho, discutimos alguns aspectos das teorias quânticas de campos não comutativas; renormalização, mistura infravermelha-ultravioleta, e consistência perturbativa. Tais aspectos são tratados através da análise das versões não-comutativas dos modelos de teorias quânticas de campos; em especial estudamos o modelo 'CP POT.N-1' não-comutativo e suas respectivas extensões; minimal e supersimétrica.
Title in English
Perturbative aspects of the non-commutative model CPN-1: minimal and supersymmetric extensions
Keywords in English
Field theory
Quantum field theory
Supersymmetry
Abstract in English
In this work, we shall discuss some aspects of noncommutative quantum field theories; renormalization, ultraviolet-infrared mixing and perturbative consistency. Such topics have been developed through the analysis of noncommutative versions of quantum field theory models, in particular, we study the CP N-1 model and its extensions; minimal and supersymmetric.
 
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