The corresponding expression of the Feynman integral
Johnson, "The equivalence of two approaches to the Feynman integral
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In perturbative QFT, one has to consider Feynman graphs, and to associate to each such a graph a Feynman integral
(further related to quantities actually measured in physical experiments).
Thus the fractional QM (FQM) based on the Levy path integral generalizes the standard QM based on the Feynman integral
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This phenomenon is very much like the case of Feynman integral
, which had been regarded as a finitely additive measure with unbounded total variation before the theory of white noise was introduced by T.
Then similarly we have the Feynman rules such that the one-loop electron self-energy is given by the following Feynman integral:
Similarly we have the Feynman rules that the one-loop vertex correction is given by the following Feynman integral:
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