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- AdS/CFT in condensed matter
- An Informal Introduction to Gauge Field Theories
- An Introduction to gauge theories and modern particle physics, Volume 1, pelectroweak Interactions, the 'new particles' and the parton model.
- An Introduction to the confinement problem
- An elementary primer for gauge theory
- An introduction to gauge theories and modern particle physics
- An introduction to gauge theories and modern particle physics, Volume 2, CP-violation, QCD and hard processes
- An introduction to gauge theories and the 'new physics'
- An introduction to quantum field theory
- Anyons: quantum mechanics of particles with fractional statistics
- Chern-Simons theory, matrix models, and topological strings
- Classical and quantum dynamics of constrained Hamiltonian systems
- Classical field theory : on electrodynamics, non-Abelian gauge theories and gravitation
- Classical field theory : on electrodynamics, non-abelian gauge theories and gravitation
- Classical fields: general relativity and gauge theory
- Classical theory of gauge fields
- Cosmology in gauge field theory and string theory
- Current algebra and anomalies
- Deep down things : the breathtaking beauty of particle physics
- Differential geometry and mathematical physics, Part II, Fibre bundles, topology and gauge fields
- Differential geometry, gauge theories and gravity
- Discrete gauge theory : from lattices to TQFT
- Discrete gauge theory : from lattices to TQFT
- Finsler geometry, relativity and gauge theories
- Foundations of quantum chromodynamics : an introduction to perturbative methods in gauge theories
- Fundamental forces of nature : the story of gauge fields
- Fundamental interactions : a memorial volume for Wolfgang Kummer
- Gauge field theories
- Gauge field theories: an introduction
- Gauge field theory and complex geometry
- Gauge field theory and complex geometry
- Gauge fields
- Gauge fields and strings
- Gauge fields, knots, and gravity
- Gauge fields: introduction to quantum theory
- Gauge theories in particle physics : a practical introduction
- Gauge theories in particle physics : a practical introduction
- Gauge theories in the twentieth century
- Gauge theories of the strong and electroweak interaction
- Gauge theories of the strong, weak, and electromagnetic interactions
- Gauge theories of the strong, weak, and electromagnetic interactions
- Gauge theory and the topology of four-manifolds
- Gauge theory and variational principles
- Gauge theory of elementary particle physics
- Gauge theory of elementary particle physics : problems and solutions
- Gauge theory of weak interactions
- Gauge-natural bundles and generalized gauge theories
- Gauge/gravity duality : foundations and applications
- Gauging what's real : the conceptual foundations of Gauge theories
- Gauging what's real : the conceptual foundations of contemporary gauge theories
- Geometrodynamics of gauge fields : on the geometry of Yang-Mills and gravitational gauge theories
- Gravity, gauge theories and quantum cosmology
- Group structure of gauge theories
- Group structure of gauge theories
- Informal introduction to gauge field theories
- Instantons in gauge theories
- Introduction to gauge field theory
- Introduction to the classical theory of particles and fields
- Lecture notes on Chern-Simons-Witten theory
- Loops, Knots, Gauge Theories and Quantum Gravity
- Lower dimensional gravity
- Methods of contemporary gauge theory
- Modern differential geometry in gauge theories, Volume II, Yang-Mills fields
- New dualities of supersymmetric gauge theories
- Noncovariant gauges : quantization of Yang-Mills and Chern-Simons theory in axial-type gauges
- Noncovariant gauges in canonical formalism
- Parton densities in quantum chromodynamics : gauge invariance, path-dependence and Wilson lines
- Parton densities in quantum chromodynamics : gauge invariance, path-dependence and Wilson lines
- Parton densities in quantum chromodynamics : gauge invariance, path-dependence, and Wilson lines
- Quantization of gauge systems
- Quantum field theory : a bridge between mathematicians and physicists, III, Gauge theory
- Quantum field theory I : foundations and Abelian and non-Abelian gauge theories
- Quantum fields on a lattice
- Quantum fields on a lattice
- Quarks, gluons and lattices
- Quarks, leptons & gauge fields
- Quarks, leptons and gauge fields
- Recent developments in gauge theories
- Scattering amplitudes in gauge theories
- Self-dual Chern-Simons theories
- Self-dual gauge field vortices : an analytical approach
- Selfdual gauge field vortices : an analytical approach
- Space-time symmetry and quantum Yang-Mills gravity : how space-time translational gauge symmetry enables the unification of gravity with other forces
- Spinning Strings and Correlation Functions in the AdS/CFT Correspondence
- Teleparallel gravity : an introduction
- The theory of gauge fields in four dimensions
- Topology, geometry and Gauge fields : foundations
- Topology, geometry and gauge fields : interactions
- Topology, geometry, and gauge fields : interactions
- Under the spell of the gauge principle
- Wilson lines in quantum field theory
- Yang-Mills theories in algebraic non-covariant gauges : canonical quantization and renormalization

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