Classical real time correlation functions and quantum corrections at finite temperature

Bödeker D (1997)
Nuclear Physics B 486(1-2): 500-514.

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We consider quantum corrections to classical real time correlation functions at finite temperature. We derive a semi-classical expansion in powers of h with coefficients including all orders in the coupling constant. We give explicit expressions up to order h(2). We restrict ourselves to a scalar theory. This method, if extended to gauge theories, might be used to compute quantum corrections to the high temperature baryon number violation rate in the Standard Model.
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Bödeker D. Classical real time correlation functions and quantum corrections at finite temperature. Nuclear Physics B. 1997;486(1-2):500-514.
Bödeker, D. (1997). Classical real time correlation functions and quantum corrections at finite temperature. Nuclear Physics B, 486(1-2), 500-514.
Bödeker, D. (1997). Classical real time correlation functions and quantum corrections at finite temperature. Nuclear Physics B 486, 500-514.
Bödeker, D., 1997. Classical real time correlation functions and quantum corrections at finite temperature. Nuclear Physics B, 486(1-2), p 500-514.
D. Bödeker, “Classical real time correlation functions and quantum corrections at finite temperature”, Nuclear Physics B, vol. 486, 1997, pp. 500-514.
Bödeker, D.: Classical real time correlation functions and quantum corrections at finite temperature. Nuclear Physics B. 486, 500-514 (1997).
Bödeker, Dietrich. “Classical real time correlation functions and quantum corrections at finite temperature”. Nuclear Physics B 486.1-2 (1997): 500-514.
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