# Homework and Tests for Quantum Field Theory

## Dr. Kaplunovsky's Class

All assignments are available in 4 formats, use whichever you like
(or whichever your software likes).

- TeX
- Plain TeX (
*not* LaTeX) source of the problem set.
Needs phyzzx macros.
- DVI
- Device-independent TeX output.
- PDF
- Adobe Portable Document Format. Uses scalable fonts,
so should work for both screen viewing and printing.
- PS
- Postscript. Uses scalable fonts,
so should work for both screen viewing and printing.
- Source
- TeX source, DVI and all the eps pictures tarred together
and gzipped. This format replaces separate TeX and DVI
formats when eps pictures are present.

## Fall 2000, QFT 1, PHY 396 K

### Homework Assignments

- Set 1 (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps), due September 9.

Solutions (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps).
- Set 2 (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps), due September 16.

Solutions (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps).
- Set 3 (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps), due September 23.

Solutions (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps).
- Set 4 (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps), due September 30.

Solutions (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps).
- Set 5 (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps), due October 7.

Solutions (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps).
- Set 6 (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps), due October 14.

Solutions (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps).
- Set 7 (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps), due October 21.

Solutions (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps).
- A reading assignment: Read up on the
*Time-Reversal Symmetry*
in ordinary QM (J.J.Sakurai, Modern Quantum Mechanics,
§4.4) and in QFT (Peskin & Schroeder, §3.6).
No specific due date, but do it before the end of the semester.

- Set 9 (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps), due November 4.

Solutions (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps).
- Set 10 (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps), due November 11.

Solutions (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps).
- Set 11:
**Problems 4.2 and 4.3** of the Peskin & Schroeder
textbook, due November 18.

Note: Part of problem 4.3(d) was solved in homework set 4 (problem 1).

Solutions (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps).
- Set 12 (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps), due November 25.

Solutions (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps).
- Set 13 (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps), due December 4.

Solutions (tex,
dvi,
pdf,
ps).

### Exams

### Supplementary notes

Last Modified: December 9, 2003.
Vadim Kaplunovsky

vadim@physics.utexas.edu