# Difference between revisions of "Renormalisation"

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[http://arxiv.org/abs/1401.5003 Renormalization: an advanced overview]<br> | |||

by Razvan Gurau, Vincent Rivasseau, Alessandro Sfondrini (1401.5003 [hep-th], 126 pages, 33 figures) | |||

[http://arxiv.org/abs/0909.0859 6 Lectures on QFT, RG and SUSY]<br> | [http://arxiv.org/abs/0909.0859 6 Lectures on QFT, RG and SUSY]<br> | ||

by Timothy J. Hollowood (0909.0859 [hep-th], 61 pages, 20 figures) | by Timothy J. Hollowood (0909.0859 [hep-th], 61 pages, 20 figures) |

## Latest revision as of 21:58, 21 January 2014

### reviews

Renormalization: an advanced overview

by Razvan Gurau, Vincent Rivasseau, Alessandro Sfondrini (1401.5003 [hep-th], 126 pages, 33 figures)

6 Lectures on QFT, RG and SUSY

by Timothy J. Hollowood (0909.0859 [hep-th], 61 pages, 20 figures)

The Exact Renormalization Group: renormalization theory revisited

by Hidenori Sonoda (0710.1662, 84 pages)

Renormalization: general theory

by John C. Collins (hep-th/0602121, 9 pages, 4 figures)

concise review for Encyclopedia of Mathematical Physics (Elsevier, 2006)

A hint of renormalization

by B. Delamotte (hep-th/0212049, 17 pages)

Lectures on the functional renormalization group method

by Janos Polonyi (hep-th/0110026, 47 pages, 11 figures)