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+ m~)(Ox + m~)<p2IT<pt(y)<p(x)lpl) (5169) We have absorbed a factor Z1/2 into the definition of the field. With ql and q2 inside the forward light cone, the timeordered product in the righthand side of Eq. (5169) may be replaced by a retarded commutator T<p t(y)<p(x) + O(yO  XO) [<p t(y), <p(x)] without affecting the value of Sfi. This can be seen from the original derivation given in Sec. 513. Define the sourcej(x) of the field <p(x) through + m~)<p(x) = j(x) (5170) and assume for simplicity that <p andj commute at equal times. Taking translation invariance into account we may write = (21lfc5 4 (P2 + q2  Pi  qdiY" (5171) Lorentz invariance implies that Y" depends only on the scalar products among the momenta, i.e., on two out of the three Mandelstam variables for onshell particles. From locality, the retarded commutator <P21 O(ZO) [/(z/2), j(  z/2)] Ipl) vanishes unless z2 > 0, Zo > O. Inspection of Eq. (5171) reveals that Y" is an analytic function of the fourvector q in the socalled forward tube defined by the condition that 1m q be a positive timelike vector. This follows from the assumption that the matrix elements of the fields are tempered (i.e., polynomially bounded) distributions. Indeed, if q = qR + iq[, the exponential in (5171) provides a damping factor e  z q] when both z and q[ are positive timelike vectors. This example shows the direct relationship between the local properties of relativistic field theories and the analyticity of Green functions. Before we analyze the mathematical consequences of this result let us recall ELEMENTARY PROCESSES
the property of cl19lsing ''yJllnll~t'.Y. Instead of the process A(qd + B(pd+ A(q2) + B(P2) suppose that we were studying the reaction A(l]d + B(pd+ A(1]2) + B(P2) involving the scattering of antiparticle A on the same target B. The corresponding amplitude ff is given by I] = !(1]1 + 1]2) (5172) Changing the integration variable z into  z, this can also be written as
This amplitude differs from Y given by Eq. (5171) in two respects. The momentum q = !(ql + q2) has been replaced by  ii = !(  ii2  iii) and the retarded commutator by the advanced one We may study the quantities Y and ff for arbitrary values of their arguments, instead of dealing with the actual physical processes where q and I] lie in the forward light cone. Let us show that Y(q) 

