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LATTICE GAUGE THEORY 1 Lattice Gauge Theory
"... Supercomputers have recently become a crucial tool for the quantum field theorist. Applied to the formalism of lattice gauge theory, numerical simulations are providing fundamental quantitative information about the interactions of quarks, the fundamental constituents of those particles which experi ..."
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Supercomputers have recently become a crucial tool for the quantum field theorist. Applied to the formalism of lattice gauge theory, numerical simulations are providing fundamental quantitative information about the interactions of quarks, the fundamental constituents of those particles which
Lattice Gauge Theory
, 1999
"... This article was written by Andreas Krassnigg and Timo Thonhauser in February 1998 referring to a lecture given by C.B. Lang on "Introduction to Lattice Gauge Theory" in the wintersemester 1997 at the "KarlFranzensUniversit at" in Graz, Austria. The typesetting was done in L ..."
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This article was written by Andreas Krassnigg and Timo Thonhauser in February 1998 referring to a lecture given by C.B. Lang on "Introduction to Lattice Gauge Theory" in the wintersemester 1997 at the "KarlFranzensUniversit at" in Graz, Austria. The typesetting was done in L
Lattice Gauge Theory
, 2000
"... In this contribution we give an introduction to the foundations and methods of lattice gauge theory. Starting with a brief discussion of the quantum mechanical path integral, we develop the main ingredients of lattice field theory: functional integrals, Euclidean field theory and the spacetime disc ..."
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In this contribution we give an introduction to the foundations and methods of lattice gauge theory. Starting with a brief discussion of the quantum mechanical path integral, we develop the main ingredients of lattice field theory: functional integrals, Euclidean field theory and the space
lattice gauge theory
, 1997
"... We investigate SU(2) lattice gauge theory in four dimensions in the maximally abelian projection. Studying the effects on different lattice sizes we show that the deconfinement transition of the fields and the percolation transition of the monopole currents in the three space dimensions are precisel ..."
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We investigate SU(2) lattice gauge theory in four dimensions in the maximally abelian projection. Studying the effects on different lattice sizes we show that the deconfinement transition of the fields and the percolation transition of the monopole currents in the three space dimensions
Lattice gauge theory in technicolor
"... The methods of lattice gauge theory may be applied to gauge theories besides QCD, in fact to any gauge group and any representation of matter fields (as long as the coupling is not chiral). Such theories are useful for model building beyond the Standard Model, for instance in technicolor models. We ..."
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The methods of lattice gauge theory may be applied to gauge theories besides QCD, in fact to any gauge group and any representation of matter fields (as long as the coupling is not chiral). Such theories are useful for model building beyond the Standard Model, for instance in technicolor models. We
Lattice Gauge Theory and the Origin of
"... Most of the mass of everyday objects resides in atomic nuclei; the total of the electrons ’ mass adds up to less than one part in a thousand. The nuclei are composed of nucleons—protons and neutrons—whose nuclear binding energy, though tremendous on a human scale, is small compared to their rest en ..."
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energy. The nucleons are, in turn, composites of massless gluons and nearly massless quarks. It is the energy of these confined objects, via M = E/c2, that is responsible for everyday mass. This article discusses the physics of this mechanism and the role of lattice gauge theory in establishing its
Lattice Gauge Theories have
, 2002
"... In this paper we examine a solution of type IIB string theory whose longwavelength dynamics are those of a supersymmetric gauge theory in 2+1 continuous and 1 discrete dimension, all of infinite extent. Lowenergy processes in this background are controlled by ’dimensional deconstruction’, a strict ..."
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strict limit in which gravity decouples but the lattice spacing stays finite. Relating this limit to the nearhorizon limit of our threebrane solution we obtain an exact, continuum gravitational dual of a lattice gauge theory with nonzero lattice spacing. Hflux in the translationally invariant solution
Lattice gauge theories and . . .
, 1989
"... Lattice gauge theory has become the primary tool for nonperturbative calculations in quantum field theory. These lectures review some of the foundations of this subject. The first lecture reviews the basic definition of the theory in terms of invariant integrals over group elements on lattice bond ..."
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Lattice gauge theory has become the primary tool for nonperturbative calculations in quantum field theory. These lectures review some of the foundations of this subject. The first lecture reviews the basic definition of the theory in terms of invariant integrals over group elements on lattice
The confinement problem in lattice gauge theory
"... I review investigations of the quark confinement mechanism that have been carried out in the framework of SU(N) lattice gauge theory. The special role of ZN center symmetry is emphasized. 1 ..."
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I review investigations of the quark confinement mechanism that have been carried out in the framework of SU(N) lattice gauge theory. The special role of ZN center symmetry is emphasized. 1
HQET AND LATTICE GAUGE THEORY
, 1995
"... Although Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) is considered to be the correct description of the strong interaction it is difficult to extract predictions for many processes from the theory because perturbation theory often cannot be applied. In this dissertation two approaches for extracting nonperturbati ..."
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−5 but this does not include possible contributions from diagrams involving an intermediate D∗∗. The second approach is lattice gauge theory. Here, the connection between Monte Carlo results and lattice perturbation theory is examined. It is shown that 2loop perturbative coefficients for the quark mass
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