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    • CommentRowNumber1.
    • CommentAuthorzskoda
    • CommentTimeOct 4th 2011
    • (edited Oct 4th 2011)

    On Sep 29, I added the new stubs collective field theory and large N limit. My interest is in the question I just posed at theoreticalPhysics.stackexchange systematic-approach-to-deriving-equations-of-collective-field-theory-to-any-order.

    In my opinion/wish, I should have been better prepared to ask that question (in depth reading of some of the key references are on my todo list), but I posted the question a bit earlier than ready for a better documented question, as anyway there is a need of constructive kick-off of the activity at thPh.stExch.

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