Publication : t93/070

Renormalization theory for interacting manifolds

David F. (CEA, DSM, SPhT (Service de Physique Théorique), F-91191 Gif-sur-Yvette, FRANCE)
In this talk I present recent work done with Bertrand Duplantier and Emmanuel Guitter. I consider a model of $ D $-dimensional Gaussian manifold fluctuating in $ d $-dimensional Euclidean space, and interacting with a single fixed point. This model of an interacting extended object cannot be reduced to a local field theory in $ d $-dimensional space, except for the polymer case $ (D=1). $ The use of intrinsic distance geometry provides a rigorous definition of the analytic continuation of its perturbative expansion for arbitrary $ D, $ $ 0 Année de publication : 1993
Chapitre de livre : Proceedings of the 7th Nishinomiya-Yukawa Memorial Symposium on Quantum Gravity
Maison d'édition : World Scientific, Singapore, 1993
Pages : 100-111
Conférence - Communication invitée : 7th Nishinomiya-Yukawa Memorial Symposium on Quantum Gravity ; Nishinomya-City, Japan ; 1992-11-18 / 1992-11-20
Langue : Anglais
NB : ISBN10 : 981-02-1460-X
Editeurs : Kikkawa K., Ninomiya N.


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