Summary and Info
This work makes path integrals available as a tool to practicing mathematical physicists, and will open up new areas of research to probabilists. Coverage progresses from basic processes through bound state problems, inequalities, magnetic fields and stochastic integrals, and asymptotics. Simon has lectured in physics at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. This second edition includes brief bibliographic notes reflecting developments taking place in the field over the past 30 years.