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First this sounds just like merely shifting the problem about the structure of the vacuum from nonzero modes to zero modes. However, as the free dispersion relation on the LF, indicates, zero modes are high energy modes! (29) Before we embark on theoretically analyzing zero modes, it should be emphasized that zero modes may have experimentally measurable implications. This is discussed in Refs. 53 and 54. 2. Examples for Zero Modes Usually, in the context of LF quantization, fields that do not depend on are called zero modes (regardless of whether they depend on or not).

These functions are missed in the naive LF hamiltonian without zero modes (this is very similar to the tadpoles in self-interacting scalar fields). One finds [we subtract here the one-loop result because this allows us to drop the surface term in the complex plane; Since the other components of have no problems from zero modes, this Light Front Quantization 47 immediately implies This result is very interesting for the following reasons: • Canonical LF quantization disagrees with covariant perturbation theory.

In the second-order perturbation theory argument above, we made use of to make sure that the energy denominator in Eq. 26) is of the order This is actually not necessary, since the occupation of these modes is anyway dynamically suppressed for and, as long as the energy denominator will automatically be or smaller. , remove the cutoff, without altering the conclusion. Introducing a mass gap was helpful in deriving an effective hamiltonian for modes with However, since the solutions of the effective hamiltonian vanish at small anyway, there is no need for a cutoff: a region void of excitations between and develops dynamically (Fig.

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