Top Cited Articles of All Time (2005 edition) in mathph
The 50 most highly cited papers of All Time (2005 edition) in the mathph archive
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 282
 New features of FORM

By J.A.M. Vermaseren (NIKHEF, Amsterdam).
 HEP Record
[arXiv: mathph/0010025]

[353 Total citations in HEP]
 65
 Microlocal analysis and interacting quantum field theories: Renormalization on
physical backgrounds

By Romeo Brunetti, Klaus Fredenhagen (Hamburg U.).
 Published in:Commun.Math.Phys.208:623661,2000
[arXiv: mathph/9903028]

[74 Total citations in HEP]
 51
 sl(2, C) as a complex Lie algebra and the associated nonHermitian Hamiltonians
with real eigenvalues

By B. Bagchi (Calcutta U., Dept. Appl. Math.), C. Quesne (Brussels U., PNTPM).
 Published in:Phys.Lett.A273:285292,2000
[arXiv: mathph/0008020]

[54 Total citations in HEP]
 51
 PseudoHermiticity versus PT symmetry 2. A Complete characterization of
nonHermitian Hamiltonians with a real spectrum

By Ali Mostafazadeh (Koc U.).
 Published in:J.Math.Phys.43:28142816,2002
[arXiv: mathph/0110016]

[60 Total citations in HEP]
 40
 PseudoHermiticity versus PT symmetry 3: Equivalence of pseudoHermiticity and
the presence of antilinear symmetries

By Ali Mostafazadeh (Koc U.).
 Published in:J.Math.Phys.43:39443951,2002
[arXiv: mathph/0203005]

[51 Total citations in HEP]