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Probabilities & Signalling in Quantum Field Theory

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I will talk about a way to compute transition probabilities that works directly at the level of probabilities and not amplitudes. The formalism guarantees that the initial and final states are always linked by a chain of retarded propagators, which means causality is manifest. It also has a nice diagrammatic approach that is different from the usual Feynman one.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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