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By Peter Kopietz

This booklet, in response to a graduate path given via the authors, is a pedagogic and self-contained creation to the renormalization staff with distinct emphasis at the sensible renormalization staff. The practical renormalization team is a latest formula of the Wilsonian renormalization crew by way of officially unique useful differential equations for producing functionals.

In half I the reader is brought to the fundamental ideas of the renormalization staff inspiration, requiring basically simple wisdom of equilibrium statistical mechanics. extra complicated equipment, similar to diagrammatic perturbation conception, are brought step by means of step.

Part II then provides a self-contained creation to the sensible renormalization workforce. After a cautious definition of varied different types of producing functionals, the renormalization workforce circulate equations for those functionals are derived. This process is proven to surround the normal approach to the mode removing steps of the Wilsonian renormalization team technique. Then, approximate options of those move equations utilizing expansions in powers of irreducible vertices or in powers of derivatives are given.

Finally, partly III the precise hierarchy of useful renormalization staff circulation equations for the irreducible vertices is used to review numerous features of non-relativistic fermions, together with the so-called BCS-BEC crossover, thereby making the hyperlink to modern study topics.

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The quantum mechanical origin of magnetism is hidden in the exchange energies Ji j . Due to the exponential decay of localized wave functions, it is often sufficient to assume that the Ji j are nonzero only if the sites r i and r j 1 For example, in quantum many-body systems the self-consistent Hartree–Fock approximation can be viewed as a variant of the mean-field approximation, while the Gaussian approximation is usually called random phase approximation. Kopietz, P. : Mean-Field Theory and the Gaussian Approximation.

73) This is the Gaussian approximation for the Ginzburg–Landau–Wilson action. To further simplify Eq. 73), we note that the second line on the right-hand side of Eq. 70). The first line on the right-hand side of Eq. 73) can be identified with the mean-field free energy. Explicitly substituting for ϕ¯ 0 in Eq. 74) we obtain for the effective action in Gaussian approximation for T > Tc , where ϕ¯ 0 = 0 and δϕ = ϕ, SΛ0 [ϕ] = V f 0 + 1 2 r0 + c0 k2 ϕ(−k)ϕ(k) , T > Tc . 75) k On the other hand, for T < Tc , where r0 < 0, we have r0 2 u 0 4 3 r2 ϕ¯ 0 + ϕ¯ 0 = − 0 , 2 4!

Since the integrations Recall that the mean-field approximation for the free energy is f MF (t, 0) = f 0 for T > Tc , and 2 f MF (t, 0) = f 0 − 32 ru for T < Tc , see Eq. 22). Taking the different normalization of SΛ0 [ϕ] into account, these expressions correspond to the field-independent terms on the right-hand sides of Eqs. 78). 6 42 2 Mean-Field Theory and the Gaussian Approximation in Eq. 81) treat the real and the imaginary parts of δϕk as independent variables, we have to correct for this double counting by integrating only over half of the possible values of k.

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