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* [[ http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/renormalization.html|Renormalization Made Easy]] by John Baez | * [[ http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/renormalization.html|Renormalization Made Easy]] by John Baez | ||

* A good short summary of how renormalization works in practice can be found in Collin's "Renormalization" page 11 | * A good short summary of how renormalization works in practice can be found in Collin's "Renormalization" page 11 | ||

+ | * Moreover, a concise over of different regularization methods can be found [[http://hitoshi.berkeley.edu/230A/regularization.pdf|here]]. | ||

* Another good book is "Renormalization Methods : a Guide for Beginners" by David Mc Comb | * Another good book is "Renormalization Methods : a Guide for Beginners" by David Mc Comb | ||

* A great discussion of why infinities arise in the first place can be found in http://www.physics.umd.edu/courses/Phys851/Luty/notes/renorm.pdf and [[http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/16072/1/Renormalization%20scrutinized%20-%20Revised%20manuscript.pdf|Renormalization Scrutinized]] by Sebastien Rivat | * A great discussion of why infinities arise in the first place can be found in http://www.physics.umd.edu/courses/Phys851/Luty/notes/renorm.pdf and [[http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/16072/1/Renormalization%20scrutinized%20-%20Revised%20manuscript.pdf|Renormalization Scrutinized]] by Sebastien Rivat |

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