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Schwinger™s proper time representation
Strong coupling limit 81
171
Strong CP-problem 210
Schwinger™s representation 177
Seiberg“Witten theory 87 Structure constants 126, 134, 143, 148,
Selectron 278, 280 296
Index 357

SU(2) 29, 31, 32, 37, 44, 45, 48, 55, 69, Topological charge 8, 57, 61“63, 88, 89,
71, 72, 78, 88, 167, 206, 208, 297, 299, 92
308, 315, 324 Topological current 241, 251, 252
Topological group 29
su(2) 319
Topological invariant 7, 8, 15, 19, 27, 28,
SU(2)x SU(2) 194, 211
34, 57, 60, 62“64
SU(3) 297, 299
Topological space 19
SU(5) 329, 336
Transformation group 32
SU(N) 215
Transitive 33
Super“sine“Gordon (SSG) model 239,
Translation group 342
244, 246
Transversality condition 123
Superalgebra 238, 241, 243, 248, 251,
Tunneling 56, 89
257, 259, 260, 265, 267, 274
Twisted mass 266“268, 273
Supercharges 240“242, 248, 253, 254,
257“260, 262“265, 267, 268, 274
U(1) 184, 202, 211, 235, 236, 264, 266“
Superconductor 13
268, 270, 275, 276, 292, 297, 299, 322,
Superconductor, Type I, II 17
324, 326, 341
Superconductor, Type II 74
U(6) 317
Supercurrent 240, 251, 257, 265, 266,
U(N) 202, 211“213, 341
277
U(N)/U(N-1) 201
Superderivatives 256
U(N)xU(N) 211, 212
Superdeterminant 155
Uehling potential 83
Superpolynomial (SPM) model 239,
Uni¬cation scale 336
243, 246, 258
Unitary equivalence 343
Superpotential 239, 243“245, 256, 257,
Unitary gauge 13, 45, 46, 92
260, 261
Unitary group 341
Supershort multiplets 253
Unitary representations 343
Supersymmetric harmonic oscillator
Unitary symplectic group 341
249
USp(N) 341
Supersymmetry 222, 237, 238, 240“
243, 246, 247, 250, 253, 254, 258, 260,
Vacuum angle 266, 274
263“266, 273, 277“282
Vacuum degeneracy 12, 44, 71
Supertransformation 240, 251, 252, 258,
Vacuum manifold 257
259, 265, 273
Vacuum states, degenerate 237
Supertranslational mode 247
Vacuum, semi-classical 210
Surface defect 34
Vector potential 119, 121, 123, 151, 152
Symmetry breaking, spontaneous 291,
Vortices 16, 23, 34, 86, 237, 238
300, 301, 314, 316
Vorticity 63
Symmetry transformation 109, 112,
114, 132 W bosons 297
Symmetry transformations, in¬nitesimal Wall area tensor 259
113 Wall tension 254, 258“260
Symmetry, in¬nitesimal 106 Ward“Takahashi identities 178
Symmetry, local 107 Wave equations 102
Symmetry, rigid 107 Weak electromagnetic interaction 184
Symplectic form 205 Weak isospin 297, 329
Weak mixing angle 297, 298, 323
Target space 34 Wess“Zumino consistency conditions
Thermodynamic stability 84 159“161, 163, 164, 215
358 Index

Wess“Zumino model 256, 258, 261, 262 Wu“Yang monopole 54
Weyl gauge 12, 42, 43, 55
Yang“Mills action 122, 292, 295
Weyl invariance, local 124
Yang“Mills Lagrangian 292
Weyl spinors 293
Yang“Mills theory 38, 121, 123, 134,
Weyl™s spectral theorem 307, 314, 315
148“150
Wheeler-deWitt equation 156
Yang“Mills“Higgs model 299, 307, 322,
Wick rotation 300, 302, 303
327, 328, 333, 337
Wilson loop 41, 63, 72 Yukawa couplings 291, 296“298, 319,
Wilson™s fermions 183 335
Winding number 15, 23, 35, 48, 55, 57, Yukawa terms 295
59, 60, 68, 78, 88, 203, 204, 206, 208, 210
Witten™s supersymmetric quantum Z-Parity 70
mechanics 274 Zero modes 246“249, 254, 263, 273“275

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