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- An elementary primer for gauge theory
- An informal introduction to gauge field theories
- An introduction to gauge theories and modern particle physics
- Anomalies in quantum field theory
- Applications of noncovariant gauges in the algebraic renormalization procedure
- Chaos and gauge field theory
- Chern-Simons theory, matrix models, and topological strings
- Classical fields : general relativity and gauge theory
- Conformal field theory with gauge symmetry
- Cosmology in gauge field theory and string theory
- Current algebra and anomalies
- Deep down things : the breathtaking beauty of particle physics
- Dimensional reduction of gauge theories, spontaneous compactification and model building
- Discrete gauge theory : from lattices to TQFT
- Dynamical gauge symmetry breaking : a collection of reprints
- Elementary particle physics
- Euclidean quantum gravity on manifolds with boundary
- Feynman-Graphen und Eichtheorien für Experimentalphysiker
- Fibre bundle techniques in gauge theories
- Field theory : a modern primer
- Finite temperature field theory
- Finsler geometry, relativity and gauge theories
- Foundations of quantum chromodynamics : an introduction to perturbative methods in gauge theories
- Fundamental forces of nature : the story of gauge fields
- Gauge field theories
- Gauge field theories
- Gauge field theories : an introduction
- Gauge field theories : an introduction with applications
- Gauge field theories : an introduction with applications
- Gauge fields
- Gauge fields and Cartan-Ehresmann connections
- Gauge fields, introduction to quantum theory
- Gauge fields, knots, and gravity
- Gauge mechanics
- Gauge symmetries and fibre bundles : applications to particle dynamics
- Gauge theories as a problem of constructive quantum field theory and statistical mechanics
- Gauge theories in particle physics : a practical introduction
- Gauge theories of strong and electroweak interactions
- Gauge theories of the strong, weak, and electromagnetic interactions
- Gauge theories of the strong, weak, and electromagnetic interactions
- Gauge theory and the topology of four-manifolds
- Gauge theory and variational principles
- Gauge theory of elementary particle physics
- Gauge theory of thermodynamics
- Gauge-natural bundles and generalized gauge theories
- Gauge/gravity duality : foundations and applications
- Gauging what's real : the conceptual foundations of contemporary gauge theories
- Geometric techniques in gauge theories : proceedings of the Fifth Scheveningen Conference on Differential Equations, the Netherlands, August 23-28, 1981
- Geometry of supersymmetric gauge theories : including an introduction to BRS differential algebras and anomalies
- Gravitation : SL(2,C) gauge theory and conservation laws
- Gravitation and gauge symmetries
- Group structure of gauge theories
- Introduction to gauge field theories
- Introduction to quantum field theory
- Knots and quantum gravity
- Lattice gauge theories and Monte Carlo simulations
- Loops, knots, gauge theories, and quantum gravity
- Magnetic poles in Gauge field theories
- Methods of contemporary gauge theory
- Modern differential geometry in gauge theories
- Noncovariant gauges : quantization of Yang-Mills and Chern-Simons theory in axial-type gauges
- Particles and fields
- Quantum field theory : a modern introduction
- Quantum fields on a lattice
- Quantum gauge theories : a true ghost story
- Quantum topology and global anomalies
- Quarks, gluons, and lattices
- Quarks, leptons & gauge fields
- Recent developments in gauge theories
- Relativistic quantum mechanics and field theory
- Selected papers on gauge theory of weak and electromagnetic interactions
- Selected topics in gauge theories
- Selfdual gauge field vortices : an analytical approach
- Some elementary gauge theory concepts
- Symmetry analysis of gauge-invariant field equations via a generalized Harrison-Estabrook formalism
- Symétries jauges et variétés de groupe
- The mathematical foundations of gauge theories
- The principle of the fermionic projector
- The theory of gauge fields in four dimensions
- Topology and analysis : the Atiyah-Singer index formula and gauge-theoretic physics
- Topology, geometry, and gauge fields : foundations
- Topology, geometry, and gauge fields : interactions
- Under the spell of the gauge principle
- Vortices and monopoles : structure of static gauge theories

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