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Changes for 2010 The biggest change for 2010 is that is looks like we will not have a graduate student doing sections and helping with assignments. I will do everything myself. I hope to make other changes that will make the assignments more fun and a little less time consuming. I hope to make it possible for undergrads and grad students not in high energy theory to take the course and get a lot out of it, while providing some optional problems for high-energy theorists and string theorists who want to explore things more deeply. I will assign reading in original papers and also in Zee’s book (Quantum Field Theory in a Nutshell) and also Peskin and Schroeder (An Introduction
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Unformatted text preview: to Quantum Field Theory). I believe that both book are worth owning for a theorist in any area and for experimenters in high energy physics. I will also try, as I have time, to add some text the slides I used last year, to make them into a more useful resource. All these are already posted. I plan to hang out in the Leverett dining hall most Wednesday nights to answer questions about assignment or other things. The undergrads know how useful this can be, and I would love to get a group of graduate students in the habit of coming. If you are interested, let me know and I will arrange to let you swipe into the building. 1...
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