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anomalous magnetic moment and renormalization group for
, 2012
"... The hadronic lightbylight contribution to the muon anomalous magnetic moment and renormalization group for EFT ∗ ..."
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The hadronic lightbylight contribution to the muon anomalous magnetic moment and renormalization group for EFT ∗
Critical phenomena and renormalizationgroup theory
, 2008
"... We review results concerning the critical behavior of spin systems at equilibrium. We consider the Ising and the general O(N)symmetric universality class. For each of them, we review the estimates of the critical exponents, of the equation of state, of several amplitude ratios, and of the twopoint ..."
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examples of magnetic and structural phase transitions, which are described by more complex LandauGinzburgWilson Hamiltonians, such as Ncomponent systems with cubic anisotropy, O(N)symmetric systems in the presence of quenched disorder, frustrated spin systems with noncollinear or canted order
Conditional expectations and renormalization
 Multiscale Model. Simul
"... In optimal prediction methods one estimates the future behavior of underresolved systems by solving reduced systems of equations for expectations conditioned by partial data; renormalization group methods reduce the number of variables in complex systems through integration of unwanted scales. We es ..."
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the construction by finding parameter flows for simple spin systems and then using the renormalized (=reduced) systems to calculate the critical temperature and the magnetization.
The Constructive Criticism of the Renormalization
"... Abstract: Many great physicists criticized the renormalization as an incoherent method of neglecting infinities in an arbitrary way. Dirac said that renormalization "is just not sensible mathematics". Here, applying the ScaleSymmetric Theory (SST), we proved that the mainstream QED is in ..."
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Abstract: Many great physicists criticized the renormalization as an incoherent method of neglecting infinities in an arbitrary way. Dirac said that renormalization "is just not sensible mathematics". Here, applying the ScaleSymmetric Theory (SST), we proved that the mainstream QED
The Hierarchical Model and the Renormalization Group
, 1975
"... The models that we consider are 1dimensionM ferromagnets with a rather peculiar, nontranslationMly invariant interaction [14]. It will be seen that the special form of this interaction leads to a rather simple formulation of the renormalization group equation. Apart from the lack of translation in ..."
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The models that we consider are 1dimensionM ferromagnets with a rather peculiar, nontranslationMly invariant interaction [14]. It will be seen that the special form of this interaction leads to a rather simple formulation of the renormalization group equation. Apart from the lack of translation
LowTemperature Series for Renormalized Operators: the Ferromagnetic SquareLattice Ising Model
 J. Stat. Phys
, 1995
"... A method for computing lowtemperature series for renormalized operators in the twodimensional Ising model is proposed. Series for the renormalized magnetization and nearestneighbor correlation function are given for the majority rule transformation on 2 \Theta 2 blocks and random tiebreaker. ..."
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A method for computing lowtemperature series for renormalized operators in the twodimensional Ising model is proposed. Series for the renormalized magnetization and nearestneighbor correlation function are given for the majority rule transformation on 2 \Theta 2 blocks and random tie
A RENORMALIZATION APPROACH TO SIMULATIONS OF QUANTUM EFFECTS IN NANOSCALE MAGNETIC SYSTEMS ∗
"... Abstract. Simulation of the dynamics of nanoscale systems are usually restricted to a purely classical description, which becomes inadequate once technological minimization reaches scales on which quantum mechanical effects become relevant. In this paper we propose a multiscale approach to estimate ..."
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quantum corrections to such classical descriptions. Quantum fluctuations in a quantum magnet are absorbed into thermal fluctuations by a locally varying renormalization of the corresponding classical magnet. To obtain these renormalization factors we match results of a quantum Monte Carlo simulation
Two loop renormalization of the magnetic coupling in hot QCD, Phys
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, 2004
"... Well above the critical temperature hot QCD is described by 3d electrostatic QCD with gauge coupling gE and Debye mass mE. We integrate out the Debye scales to two loop accuracy and find for the gauge coupling in the resulting magnetostatic ..."
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Well above the critical temperature hot QCD is described by 3d electrostatic QCD with gauge coupling gE and Debye mass mE. We integrate out the Debye scales to two loop accuracy and find for the gauge coupling in the resulting magnetostatic
Renormalization group, hidden symmetries and approximate Ward identities
 in the XY Z model, I. preprint
, 2000
"... Abstract. An expansion based on renormalization group methods for the spin correlation function in the z direction of the HeisenbergIsing XY Z chain with an external magnetic field directed as the z axis is derived. Moreover, by using the hidden symmetries of the model, we show that the running cou ..."
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Abstract. An expansion based on renormalization group methods for the spin correlation function in the z direction of the HeisenbergIsing XY Z chain with an external magnetic field directed as the z axis is derived. Moreover, by using the hidden symmetries of the model, we show that the running
Dirac Relation and Renormalization Group Equations for Electric and Magnetic Fine Structure Constants
, 1999
"... The quantum field theory describing electric and magnetic charges and revealing a dual symmetry was developed in the Zwanziger formalism. The renormalization group (RG) equations for both fine structure constants – electric α and magnetic ˜α – were obtained. It was shown that the Dirac relation is v ..."
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The quantum field theory describing electric and magnetic charges and revealing a dual symmetry was developed in the Zwanziger formalism. The renormalization group (RG) equations for both fine structure constants – electric α and magnetic ˜α – were obtained. It was shown that the Dirac relation
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