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Pn ) f =1 ≡ lim t0 →∞(1−i ) 0 p1 p2 . . A. where | p A p B 0 and | p1 p2 . . pn 0 denote the wave functions of the initial- and final-state free particles, HI is the Hamiltonian in the interaction picture, and T is the operator of time-ordering. ” means only the connected and amputated Feynman diagrams need to be considered. The right-hand side of the above equation is hard to calculate analytically, and usually expanded in series, © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2016 J. 4) Each contribution from the series can be illustrated by a kind of Feynman diagrams.
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