Effective interactions are effective interactionsINTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON HADRON PHYSICS 2000
AbstractIn recent years it has been realized that effective interactions—those valid over a limited range of energy-momentum—are often preferable even when more complete theories are available. We shall here present examples of such methods over a range of physical applications—from classical and quantum mechanics, to quantum gravity.
Citation InformationBR Holstein. "Effective interactions are effective interactions" INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON HADRON PHYSICS 2000 (2001)
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