Toward a rigorous quantum field theory

Foundations of Physics 24 (9):1205-1225 (1994)
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This paper outlines a framework that may provide a mathematically rigorous quantum field theory. The framework relies upon the methods of nonstandard analysis. A theory of nonstandard inner product spaces and operators on these spaces is first developed. This theory is then applied to construct nonstandard Fock spaces which extend the standard Fock spaces. Then a rigorous framework for the field operators of quantum field theory is presented. The results are illustrated for the case of Klein-Gordon fields



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Applied Nonstandard Analysis.Martin Davis - 1978 - Journal of Symbolic Logic 43 (2):383-384.

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