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FIELDS AND VACUUM EXPECTATION VALUES
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A. S. Wightman analytic continuation anti-commute anti-unitary argument axiom boundary values bounded operators Chapter coherent subspace complex variables components cone convergence convex defined definition dense domain equation equivalence class example exists extended tube F1 and F2 follows free field given half-odd integer spin hermitian scalar field Hilbert space HjH0 holomorphic function implies infinitely differentiable function integer spin fields invariant irreducible set Jost points Klein transformation Laplace transform Lorentz group Lorentz transformations mass matrix momentum monomial neighborhood normal commutation relations open set orthogonal particles PCT theorem Phys physically realizable polynomial proof prove quantum field theory quantum mechanics relativistic quantum restricted Lorentz satisfying scalar field scalar product Section self-adjoint smeared fields space-like separated spinor subset super-selection rules Suppose symmetry tempered distribution test functions transformation law U(Is unique unitary vacuum expectation values vanishes vector space wedge theorem zero