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The Hamiltonians H P F ( A )and &ipole(A) do not have the gauge covariance. 2 The Nelson Type Model This model describes N non-relativistic particles interacting with a scalar Bose field on the d-dimensional Euclidean space Rd [go] (originally d = 3). 3), and g : RdN+ L2(Rd). An example of g is given by N g ( z ) ( l c ) = x x j ( k ) e - i k z j , k E Rd,z= ( z ~ , . In addition, if V = 0 and w ( k ) = d w (rn > 0 is a constant denoting the mass of a boson), then this is the case of the original Nelson model [go].
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