Elementary Particle Theories: Proceedings of the V. by P. Urban (auth.), Prof. Dr. Paul Urban (eds.)

By P. Urban (auth.), Prof. Dr. Paul Urban (eds.)

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In order to avoid it we have to show, that in the decomposition - a i(0äZ) (Ref + i Imf) the imaginary part is different from zero 'somewhere, since we have to identify 51 There are some other physical requirements which are worth being mentioned here. One is microcausality. It states, that the anticommutator has to be zero for space-like arguments. This is always guarantaed automatically, if the UKKL- representation exists. Another important point is the spectrum condition. Wightman was able to show [4J that the condition, that the energy spectrum of the theory be positive, leads to the statement, that the propagator has to be analytic in the whole complex s-plane with exception of the time-like part of the real axis.

In addition its behaviour on the x-space lightcone should be adjusted in such a way that the conditions (15) P = o = PI = 0, necessary for regularization of the theory, are fulfilled. e. regularized by mass zero dipole ghosts. If we insert this F(p) in our fermion 3" 36 eigenvalue equation (40), the integral kernel KF(p2/m2,(m~)2) will be an explicitly known function of p2/ m2 and (m~)2. In order now to remove the arbitrariness of our baryon mass m we require that the baryon states we put in, shall reappear as solutions of the fermion equation (40).

If applied to the anharmonic oscillator, which has a very similar structure to our equation, it turns out, however, that this does not lead to a convergent result for n ~ 00 [26]. g. in the single time formulation of the anharmonic oscillator the T-functions correspond to the expectation values T(2n)=<0Iq 2n l w> which obviously have no tendencies to become small for n ~ 00 • The situation is different if one considers matrix elements of Hermitean polynomials ~(2n) = <0IH 2n (q) Iw>. Because they oscillate more and more for higher n, their contribution to low lying states w decrease.

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