DCSC Volumes by Nazir S. Baaklini
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The seven DCSC volumes were published between 1983 and 1990 under High-Energy Physics Monographs, by Dahr el Chir Science Centre, and their distribution then was very limited. Scanned copies, taking the form of pdf files, may be downloaded from another web location that belongs to the author. You can obtain the needed links, and additional information, from the author at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This seven-volume project had the following purposes:
- Presenting the basic structure of high-energy physical theory,
- Providing professional scholars with efficient computational techniques,
- Exploring alternative high-energy algebraic frameworks,
- Proposing viable schemes for the unification of gravitational and electroweak theories.
The general setting is characterized by concise style and elegant formalism. Much of the material presented in this work is original, and can neither be found in other textbooks nor in research journals. The following remarks are meant to describe briefly the contents of the seven volumes:
- High Energy Algebras: Theories of matrix, tensor, spinor, orthogonal, unitary, symplectic, exceptional algebras, and superalgebras.
- Invariant Field Theory: High-energy invariant field theory with all sorts of spacetime and internal, continuous and reflective, global and local, gauge field symmetries and supersymmetries.
- Prequantum Field Theory: Efficient functional methods for the calculation of S-matrix elements for any relativistic field action. Applications to processes in electrodynamics, weak and hadronic interactions.
- Quantum Field Action: Modern functional approach to quantum field theory, and powerful techniques for the computation of higher-loop effective actions. Elements of renormalization theory.
- Electronuclear Interactions: Subnuclear phenomena, hadronic interactions, weak processes, quarks, leptons, unified electroweak symmetries, & electronuclear models.
- Quantum Gravidynamics: Gravitational field theory, the Einstein-Dirac, higher-dimensional, and supersymmetric extensions. Renormalizable pregeometric quantum gravidynamic framework. Unified schemes for gravitational and electronuclear interactions.
- High-Energy Thermal Theory: Thermodynamic field theory. Applications to unified gauge theories, supersymmetries, gravidynamic theory, and high-energy astrophysics.
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