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Ben Simons is the Royal Society EP Abraham Professor at the Department of In collaboration with Alexander Altland, Ben has co-authored a graduate text on. So this is a very tricky result because the heart is very simple but the notation is very complicated. Suppose we have the expression. f (x) = a +. Many body Physics, Condensed matter Field Theory.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. On pagethere is an expression for a general pertubative expansion, which was introduced before eq.

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In the following the “first non trivial term” is deduced from it, given as equation 5. I have no idea, how this result 5. My second idea was, that I have to use som form of partial fraction decomposition from terms with higher n, but then I would have much more terms in 5.

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Somehow, I think to remember altpand someone said, that eq.

But I simply cannot guess how. Later on in the book, it is mentioned that the mixed term stems from the denominator. So this is a very tricky result because the heart is very simple but the notation is very complicated.

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Condensed Matter Field Theory – Alexander Altland, Ben D. Simons – Google Books

So what do I miss? Please include all the relevant equations here.

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So the trick is basically to insert the desired terms for wanted orders and then expand once again for small g? Great, I was able to reproduce the result from above!

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