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On the holographic renormalization group
 JHEP 0008 (2000) 003 [hepth/9912012
"... We propose a direct correspondence between the classical evolution equations of 5d supergravity and the renormalization group (RG) equations of the dual 4d large N gauge theory. Using standard HamiltonJacobi theory, we derive first order flow equations for the classical supergravity action S, tha ..."
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We propose a direct correspondence between the classical evolution equations of 5d supergravity and the renormalization group (RG) equations of the dual 4d large N gauge theory. Using standard HamiltonJacobi theory, we derive first order flow equations for the classical supergravity action S
Renormalization Group
, 2009
"... The renormalization procedure in the last chapter has eliminated all UVdivergences from the Feynman integrals arising from large momenta in D = 4 − ε dimensions. This was necessary to obtain finite correlation functions in the limit ε → 0. We have seen in Chapter 7 that the dependence on the cutoff ..."
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The renormalization procedure in the last chapter has eliminated all UVdivergences from the Feynman integrals arising from large momenta in D = 4 − ε dimensions. This was necessary to obtain finite correlation functions in the limit ε → 0. We have seen in Chapter 7 that the dependence
Renormalization Group
, 2010
"... The renormalization procedure in the last chapter has eliminated all UVdivergences from the Feynman integrals arising from large momenta in D = 4 − ε dimensions. This was necessary to obtain finite correlation functions in the limit ε → 0. We have seen in Chapter 7 that the dependence on the cutoff ..."
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The renormalization procedure in the last chapter has eliminated all UVdivergences from the Feynman integrals arising from large momenta in D = 4 − ε dimensions. This was necessary to obtain finite correlation functions in the limit ε → 0. We have seen in Chapter 7 that the dependence
The densitymatrix renormalization group
 Rev. Mod. Phys
, 2005
"... The densitymatrix renormalization group (DMRG) is a numerical algorithm for the efficient truncation of the Hilbert space of lowdimensional strongly correlated quantum systems based on a rather general decimation prescription. This algorithm has achieved unprecedented precision in the description ..."
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The densitymatrix renormalization group (DMRG) is a numerical algorithm for the efficient truncation of the Hilbert space of lowdimensional strongly correlated quantum systems based on a rather general decimation prescription. This algorithm has achieved unprecedented precision in the description
The Renormalization Group and Dynamical Triangulations
, 1996
"... A block spin renormalization group approach is introduced which can be applied to dynamical triangulations in any dimension. 1. ..."
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A block spin renormalization group approach is introduced which can be applied to dynamical triangulations in any dimension. 1.
Numerical Renormalization Group at Criticality
, 1996
"... We apply a recently developed numerical renormalization group, the cornertransfermatrix renormalization group (CTMRG), to 2D classical lattice models at their critical temperatures. It is shown that the combination of CTMRG and the finitesize scaling analysis gives two independent critical exponen ..."
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We apply a recently developed numerical renormalization group, the cornertransfermatrix renormalization group (CTMRG), to 2D classical lattice models at their critical temperatures. It is shown that the combination of CTMRG and the finitesize scaling analysis gives two independent critical
On the Renormalization Group in Curved Spacetime
, 2002
"... We define the renormalization group flow for a renormalizable interacting quantum field in curved spacetime via its behavior under scaling of the spacetime metric, g → λ2g. We consider explicitly the case of a scalar field, ϕ, with a selfinteraction of the form κϕ4, although our results should gene ..."
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We define the renormalization group flow for a renormalizable interacting quantum field in curved spacetime via its behavior under scaling of the spacetime metric, g → λ2g. We consider explicitly the case of a scalar field, ϕ, with a selfinteraction of the form κϕ4, although our results should
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