The Theory of Causal Fermion Systems
Overview of Mathematical Aspects
A causal fermion system involves structures which are inherent in the sense that they do not give additional input but merely give information already encoded in the causal fermion system a useful name. Here is an overview of the most important inherent structures:
Existence Theory for Linear Fields and Waves
The existence theory for solutions of the linearized field equations and the dynamical wave equation are outlined. The methods are based on energy estimates.