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This 3rd version at the vintage Gauge box Theories is a perfect reference for researchers beginning paintings with the big Hadron Collider and the long run overseas Linear Collider. This most up-to-date name keeps to provide an up-to-the-minute reference containing revised chapters on electroweak interactions and version development together with a totally new bankruptcy on conformality. inside this crucial reference logical association of the fabric on gauge invariance, quantization, and renormalization can be mentioned offering useful interpreting for Cosmologists and Particle Astrophysicists.

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