At present, the following three citation indices are widely accepted:

My ones are:

**H-index**= 31,**G-index**= 49,**I100**= 3.
At present, the following three citation indices are widely accepted:

My ones are: **H-index** = 31, **G-index** = 49, **I100** = 3.

I. Introduction

II. ACFT. The general framework

1. The main postulate, 2. Jet manifolds, 3. Jets and connections, 4.
Lagrangian theory

of even ﬁelds, 5. Odd ﬁelds, 6. The algebra of even and odd ﬁelds, 7. Lagrangian theory

of even and odd ﬁelds, 8. Noether’s
ﬁrst theorem in a general
setting, 9. The Koszul–Tate complex of Noether identities, 10. Noether’s
inverse second theorem, 11. BRST extended ﬁeld theory, 12.
Local BRST cohomology.

III. Particular models

13. Gauge theory of principal connections, 14. Topological Chern–Simons
theory, 15.

Topological BF theory, 16. SUSY gauge theory, 17. Field theory on
composite bundles,

18. Symmetry breaking and Higgs ﬁelds, 19. Dirac
spinor ﬁelds, 20. Natural and gauge natural
bundles. 21. Gauge gravitation theory, 22. Covariant Hamiltonian ﬁeld theory,

23. Time-dependent mechanics, 24. Jets of submanifolds, 25. Relativistic
mechanics, 26. String theory.

IV. Quantum outcomes

27. Quantum master equation, 28. Gauge ﬁxing procedure, 28. Green
function identities

“… Of great importance are the studies of Soviet physicists, Viktor
Ambartsumian and Dmitri Ivanenko, in particular the Ambarzumian - Ivanenko
hypothesis of creation of massive particles (published in 1930) which is the
cornerstone of the contemporary quantum field theory. The idea is that not
only the quanta of the electromagnetic field, photons, but also other particles
(including particles having nonzero rest mass) may be born and disappear as a
result of their interaction with other particles. This idea of Ambartsumian and
Ivanenko formed the basis of modern quantum field theory and theory of elementary
particles.”

**Reference:**

V. Ambarzumian, D. Iwanenko, Les électrons inobservables et les
rayons, Compt. Rend. Acad Sci. Paris **190** (1930)
582.

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