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245 00 Progress and visions in quantum theory in view of gravity 
       :|bbridging foundations of physics and mathematics /
       |cFelix Finster, Domenico Giulini, Johannes Kleiner, 
       Jurgen Tolksdorf, editors. 
264  1 Cham :|bBirkhauser,|c2020. 
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500    5 Visions: Bridging the Gap Between Different Approaches 
       to Quantum Gravity 
505 0  Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- Algebraic Quantum Field 
       Theory -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Algebraic Quantum Mechanics 
       -- 2.1 Postulates of Quantum Mechanics -- 2.2 Algebraic 
       Approach -- 2.3 States and Representations -- 3 Case Study
       : The van Hove Model -- 4 Algebraic QFT -- 4.1 Basic 
       Requirements -- 4.2 Examples -- 4.2.1 Free Real Scalar 
       Field -- 4.2.2 Real Scalar Field with External Source (van
       Hove Encore) -- 4.2.3 Weyl Algebra -- 4.2.4 Complex Scalar
       Field -- 4.2.5 Dirac Field -- 4.3 Quasifree States for the
       Free Scalar Field -- 4.3.1 Examples 
505 8  5 The Spectrum Condition and Reeh-Schlieder Theorem -- 5.1
       The Spectrum Condition -- 5.2 The Reeh-Schlieder Theorem -
       - 6 Local von Neumann Algebras and Their Universal Type --
       7 The Split Property -- 8 Superselection Sectors -- 8.1 
       Representations of Interest in Particle Physics -- 8.2 
       Localized Endomorphisms -- 8.3 Intertwiners and 
       Permutation Symmetry -- 9 Conclusions -- Appendix 1: Some 
       Basic Functional Analysis -- Appendix 2: Construction of 
       an Algebra from Generators and Relations -- Appendix 3: 
       Fock Space -- References 
505 8  Causal Fermion Systems: An Elementary Introduction to 
       Physical Ideas and Mathematical Concepts -- 1 Unifying 
       Quantum Field Theory and General Relativity -- 2 Overview 
       of Concepts and Mathematical Structures in Theoretical 
       Physics -- 2.1 The Fabric of Spacetime -- 2.1.1 
       Topological Manifolds as Models of Spacetime -- 2.1.2 
       Establishing Smooth Structures in Spacetime -- 2.1.3 
       Encoding the Lorentzian Geometry of Spacetime -- 2.2 The 
       Einstein Field Equations -- 2.3 Quantum Theory in a 
       Classical Spacetime -- 2.4 Incompatibility of General 
       Relativity and Quantum Field Theory 
505 8  4 Modelling a Lorentzian Spacetime by a Causal Fermion 
       System -- 4.1 General Construction in Curved Spacetimes --
       4.2 Physical Significance of the Regularization Operator -
       - 4.3 Concrete Example: The Minkowski Vacuum -- 5 Results 
       of the Theory and Further Reading -- References -- Quantum
       Spacetime and the Renormalization Group: Progress and 
       Visions -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Functional Renormalization 
       Group: Brief Overview -- 3 The Asymptotic Safety Scenario 
       for Quantum Gravity -- 4 Background-Independent 
       Renormalization Group Flows 
650  0 Quantum gravity.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh85109463 
700 1  Finster, Felix,|d1967-|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       names/n2005056794 
700 1  Giulini, D.|q(Domenico),|d1959-|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n96069112 
700 1  Kleiner, Johannes. 
700 1  Tolksdorf, Jürgen.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n2007014062 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aFinster, Felix|tProgress and Visions in 
       Quantum Theory in View of Gravity : Bridging Foundations 
       of Physics and Mathematics|dCham : Springer Basel AG,c2020
       |z9783030389406. 
880 8  |6505-00/(S|a2.5 A Step Back: Quantum Mechanics in Curved 
       Spacetime -- 2.5.1 The Dirac Equation in Minkowski Space -
       - 2.5.2 The Dirac Equation in Curved Spacetime -- 3 
       Conceptual and Mathematical Foundations of Causal Fermion 
       Systems -- 3.1 Guiding Principles of the Theory of Causal 
       Fermion Systems -- 3.2 Unified Description of Spacetime 
       and the Objects Therein -- 3.2.1 The Measure Space (F, B, 
       ρ) -- 3.2.2 The Causal Action Principle -- 3.3 The 
       Equivalence Principle -- 3.4 Principle of Causality -- 3.5
       Local Gauge Principle -- 3.6 Fermionic Building Blocks -- 
       3.7 Microscopic Spacetime Structure 
990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2020 -
       Full Set|c2020-05-08|yAdded to collection 
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