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206) we have that the projection of Pν on a time-like vector nν is always positive, while the projection on a space-like vector N ν can be positive or negative, depending on signs of pµ nµ and pµ N µ . , D − 1, can be positive or negative definite. What is the effect of the generator Pν δxν on a field ψ(τ, x). 210) As in Sec. 3. we identify µ2 + κ2 ≡ M 2 . We see that the action of Pν δxν on φ differs from the action of Hν δxν . The difference is in the step function ǫ(np).
180) one finds that when the operators c† (p) and c(p) act on the eigenstates of the operators H, Hµ , Pµ , C, Q they increase and decrease, respectively, the corresponding eigenvalues. 228) and similarly for other operators. THE EXPECTATION VALUES OF THE OPERATORS Our parametrized field theory is just a straightforward generalization of the non-relativistic field theory in E3 . Instead of the 3-dimensional Euclidean space E3 we have now the 4-dimensional Minkowski space M4 (or its D-dimensional generalization).
74) For the choice c(p) = 1 the above equation becomes the well known Feynman propagator. Quantization can be performed also in terms of the Feynman path integral. 31) with fixed Λ we can calculate the transition amplitude or propagator K(τ, x; τ ′ , x′ ) = x, τ |x′ , τ ′ = 4 We DX(τ ) eiI[X(τ )] assume here that the coefficient c(p) is suitably redefined so that it absorbs the constant resulting from the integration over τ . 75) where D is the dimension of spacetime (D = 4 in our case). In performing the above functional integration there is no need for ghosts.