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Towards A Relativistic KMS-condition

J. Bros, D. Buchholz
Published 1994 · Physics

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Abstract It is shown that, under quite general conditions, thermal correlation functions in relativistic quantum field theory have stronger analyticity properties in configuration space than those imposed by the KMS-condition. These analyticity properties may be understood as a remnant of the relativistic spectrum condition in the vacuum sector and lead to a Lorentz-covariant formulation of the KMS-condition involving all space-time variables.
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