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An Explicit Large Versus Small Field Multiscale Cluster Expansion

    We introduce a new type of cluster expansion which generalizes a previous formula of Brydges and Kennedy. The method is especially suited for performing a phase-space multiscale expansion in a just renormalizable theory, and allows the writing of explicit non-perturbative formulas for the Schwinger functions. The procedure is quite model independent, but for simplicity we chose the infrared model as a testing ground. We used also a large field versus small field expansion. The polymer amplitudes, corresponding to graphs without almost local two and four point functions, are shown to satisfy the polymer bound.