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We present an overview of CP violation in the Standard Model and some of its minimal extensions. © 1994 ; American Institute of Physics
The following two loosely connected sets of topics are reviewed in these lecture notes: 1) Gauge invariance, its treatment in field theories and its implications for internal symmetries and edge states such as those in the quantum Hall effect. 2) Quantisation on multiply connected spaces and a...
An introduction to the basic ideas and methods of Chiral Perturbation Theory is presented. Several phenomenological applications of the effective Lagrangian technique to strong, electromagnetic, and weak interactions are discussed. © 1994 ; American Institute of Physics
These notes summarize the lectures delivered in the V Mexican School of Particle Physics, at the University of Guanajuato. We give a survey of the application of Ashtekar’s variables to the quantization of General Relativity in four dimensions with special emphasis on the application of...
Recent results from the ep storage ring HERA and from the e + e -; storage ring DORIS II are discussed. Special emphasis is given to the specific layout of the detectors and to the progress in calorimetry achieved in the last few years. The impact of the ARGUS experiment on B ‐ and π‐physics...
These notes correspond rather accurately to the translation of the lectures given at the Fifth Mexican School of Particles and Fields, held in Guanajuato, Gto., in December 1992. They constitute a brief and elementary introduction to quantum symmetries from a physical point of view, along the...
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