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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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.
Somehow, I think to remember that someone said, that eq. But I simply cannot guess how.
Condensed Matter Field Theory
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.
So what do I miss? Please include all the relevant equations here.
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Thank you for your collaboration. Thanks for your help! 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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