In quantum field theory, a Slavnov-Taylor identity is the non-Abelian generalisation of a Ward-Takahashi identity, which in turn is an identity between correlation functions that follows from the global or gauged symmetries of a theory, and which remains valid after renormalization. It was discovered by Andrei Slavnov and John C. Taylor.

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  • In quantum field theory, a Slavnov-Taylor identity is the non-Abelian generalisation of a Ward-Takahashi identity, which in turn is an identity between correlation functions that follows from the global or gauged symmetries of a theory, and which remains valid after renormalization. It was discovered by Andrei Slavnov and John C. Taylor. (en)
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  • In quantum field theory, a Slavnov-Taylor identity is the non-Abelian generalisation of a Ward-Takahashi identity, which in turn is an identity between correlation functions that follows from the global or gauged symmetries of a theory, and which remains valid after renormalization. It was discovered by Andrei Slavnov and John C. Taylor. (en)
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