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- | Distributions are the correct mathematical tools to describe fields in [[theories:quantum_field_theory|quantum field theory]]. | + | Distributions are the correct mathematical tools to describe fields in [[theories:quantum_field_theory:canonical|quantum field theory]]. |

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- | Most people associate the origin of the delta function with the great physicist Paul Dirac, but in fact, it was introduced into mathematics 100 years earlier by Fourier and Cauchy. See http://homepages.warwick.ac.uk/staff/David.Tall/pdfs/dot2010x-katz-cauchydirac.pdf | + | Most people associate the origin of the delta function with the great physicist Paul Dirac, but in fact, it was introduced into mathematics 100 years earlier by Fourier and Cauchy. See [[http://homepages.warwick.ac.uk/staff/David.Tall/pdfs/dot2010x-katz-cauchydirac.pdf|WHO INVENTED DIRAC’S DELTA FUNCTION?]] MIKHAIL G. KATZ AND DAVID TALL |

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