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From the functional equation (35) we again can deduce the general structure for the system. If we introduce ~-function a formal vector with the components ~ (1) ,~ (3) ••• ~ (2n+l) ••• we find a structure Acta Physica Austriaca. Suppl. III 3 34 GV 1; GVF o More precisely if we represent $-matrix elements <0 I ••• I B> by ~ and the contraction function F by t-4)---o we can express the first lines in graphical form as - 3 ~l-(] The New-Tamm-Dancoff approximation now consists in the prescription to break off this infinite system by neglecting the highest ~-function.
If we assume that such a symmetry is contained in a certain approximation one can then write down the form of the approximately valid parity symmetrical theory which would 28 follow from our original equation . I will not go into this. 111. I Calculation of masses and coupling constants will now turn to the more concrete part of the theory. This concrete part, however, is not a straightforward calculation procedure, by which numerical results have to be simply cranked out from the dynamical equation.
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