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QUANTUM FIELD THEORY in VS .NET
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Following Hepp, we divide the integration domain into sectors
where 11: is a permutation of (1, 2, ... , J). We shall prove the convergence of the integral sector by sector. To each sector corresponds a family of nested subsets 1'1 of lines of G (not necessarily subdiagrams) : 1'1 C 1'2 C ... C 1'1 == G where 1'1 contains the lines pertaining to (ex." . .. , ex.), For notational simplicity we present the reasoning for the first sector corresponding to the identical permutation. In this sector, we RENORMALIZA nON
perform a change of variables
0:1 0:2 = PI p~
PI PI
(822) O:Il = O:I=
the jacobian of which is
In these Pvariables the integration domain
reads for 1 ~ I ~ I  1 We may define the superficial degree of divergence of each 1'1> even though 1'1 is not necessarily connected: (823) where II = I is the number of internal lines of 1'1. The number of independent loops LI reads (824) in terms of the number of connected parts C I and vertices VI. This generalization of formula (669) may be easily proved by induction. Of course, we have Ll = 0, LI = L. As a function of the P, f!l' is a polynomial, the distinct monomials of which have coefficients equal to unity. Let us prove that it is of the form f!l' = PILI p~Lz. .. PILI [1 + O(P)] (825) First, when all the 0: are simultaneously dilated by a factor p, f!l'(PO:l'"'' PO:I) = pLf!l'(o:(, ... , O:I) Let us now investigate the behavior of f!l' when only the 0: belonging to 1'1 are dilated by a factor p: (826) Equation (821) expresses f!l' in terms of trees on G. Each tree tI of G projects on 1'1 along the union of Ci2: C I connected trees tI[, ... ,tlc ,. This will contribute in (821) a term behaving under the dilatation (826) as a power of p equal to the number of lines of 1'1 that do not belong to o/.t = til utl2 u'" utlc , Since the set o/.t satisfies an equation of the type (824) with a vanishing number of loops (it is a union of trees) and joins all vertices of 1'z, its total number of lines is Iou

