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 The problem of quark confinement is one of the classic unsolved problems of particle physics and is fundamental to our understanding of the physics of the strong interaction and the behaviour of nonAbelian gauge theories in general. The confinement problem is also are area in which concepts from topology and techniques of computational physics both find important applications. This volume contains a snapshot of current research in this field as of January 2002. Particular emphasis is placed on the role of topological field configurations such as centre vortices and monopoles in proposed confinement mechanisms. Other topics covered include colour superconductivity, instantons and chiral symmetry breaking, matrix models and the construction of chiral gauge theories. Readership: Research scientists and graduate students of high energy physics and nuclear physics
 Language

 eng
 eng
 Edition
 1st ed. 2002.
 Extent
 1 online resource (VII, 326 p.)
 Note
 Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
 Contents

 Chiral zeromode for abelian BPS dipoles
 Dual superconductivity, effective string theory, and Regge trajectories
 Confinement deconfinement order parameters
 Analytical study of low temperature phase of 3D LGT in the plaquette formulation
 Monopoles from instantons
 Color superconductivity in two and threeflavor systems at moderate densities
 Lattice monopoles in hot SU(2) gluodynamics as blocked continuum defects
 Color confinement and dual superconductivity: An update
 An effective theory for the SU(2) mass gap?
 Matrix models on the fuzzy sphere
 Dynamical mass generation in quantum field theory: Some methods with application to the GrossNeveu model and YangMills theory
 Center vortex model for nonperturbative strong interaction physics
 Status of center dominance in various center gauges
 Solitons and spontaneous symmetry breaking in 2 and 4 dimensions
 S0 (3)versus SU (2) lattice gauge theory
 SU (2) Abelian projected action for renormalisation group flows
 Center vortices, magnetic condensate and confinement in a simple gauge system
 Lattice chiral gauge theories through gauge fixing
 Spectra of lattice Dirac operators in nontrivial topology backgrounds
 The gluon chain model revisited
 Connections between thin, thick and projection vortices in SU(2) lattice gauge theory
 Charges, monopoles and gauge invariance
 Lowlying Dirac eigenmodes, topological charge fluctuations and the Instanton Liquid Model
 Anisotropic QCD superfluids
 Towards the topological susceptibility with overlap fermions
 Vortex waistlines
 Vortex induced confinement and the KugoOjima confinement criterion
 Monopoles and Lyapunov exponents in U(1) lattice gauge theory
 Massive light front QED(1+1) in the Weyl gauge
 Topology of center vortices
 Electric flux sectors and confinement
 Confinement in SU(3): Simple and generalized maximal abelian gauge
 Supersymmetric YangMills quantum mechanics
 Scalarparticle projection of gluodynamics: Fine tuning
 List of Participants
 Isbn
 9789401005029
 Label
 Confinement, Topology, and Other NonPerturbative Aspects of QCD
 Title
 Confinement, Topology, and Other NonPerturbative Aspects of QCD
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 edited by Jeff Paul Greensite, Stefan Olejník
 Title variation
 Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, held in Stará Lesná, Slovakia, 2127 January 2002
 Language

 eng
 eng
 Summary
 The problem of quark confinement is one of the classic unsolved problems of particle physics and is fundamental to our understanding of the physics of the strong interaction and the behaviour of nonAbelian gauge theories in general. The confinement problem is also are area in which concepts from topology and techniques of computational physics both find important applications. This volume contains a snapshot of current research in this field as of January 2002. Particular emphasis is placed on the role of topological field configurations such as centre vortices and monopoles in proposed confinement mechanisms. Other topics covered include colour superconductivity, instantons and chiral symmetry breaking, matrix models and the construction of chiral gauge theories. Readership: Research scientists and graduate students of high energy physics and nuclear physics
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 Greensite, Jeff Paul.
 Olejník, Stefan.
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 Nato Science Series II:, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry,
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 83
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 Nuclear physics
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 Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory
 Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons
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 Confinement, Topology, and Other NonPerturbative Aspects of QCD, edited by Jeff Paul Greensite, Stefan Olejník, (electronic resource)
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 Chiral zeromode for abelian BPS dipoles  Dual superconductivity, effective string theory, and Regge trajectories  Confinement deconfinement order parameters  Analytical study of low temperature phase of 3D LGT in the plaquette formulation  Monopoles from instantons  Color superconductivity in two and threeflavor systems at moderate densities  Lattice monopoles in hot SU(2) gluodynamics as blocked continuum defects  Color confinement and dual superconductivity: An update  An effective theory for the SU(2) mass gap?  Matrix models on the fuzzy sphere  Dynamical mass generation in quantum field theory: Some methods with application to the GrossNeveu model and YangMills theory  Center vortex model for nonperturbative strong interaction physics  Status of center dominance in various center gauges  Solitons and spontaneous symmetry breaking in 2 and 4 dimensions  S0 (3)versus SU (2) lattice gauge theory  SU (2) Abelian projected action for renormalisation group flows  Center vortices, magnetic condensate and confinement in a simple gauge system  Lattice chiral gauge theories through gauge fixing  Spectra of lattice Dirac operators in nontrivial topology backgrounds  The gluon chain model revisited  Connections between thin, thick and projection vortices in SU(2) lattice gauge theory  Charges, monopoles and gauge invariance  Lowlying Dirac eigenmodes, topological charge fluctuations and the Instanton Liquid Model  Anisotropic QCD superfluids  Towards the topological susceptibility with overlap fermions  Vortex waistlines  Vortex induced confinement and the KugoOjima confinement criterion  Monopoles and Lyapunov exponents in U(1) lattice gauge theory  Massive light front QED(1+1) in the Weyl gauge  Topology of center vortices  Electric flux sectors and confinement  Confinement in SU(3): Simple and generalized maximal abelian gauge  Supersymmetric YangMills quantum mechanics  Scalarparticle projection of gluodynamics: Fine tuning  List of Participants
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 1st ed. 2002.
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 Confinement, Topology, and Other NonPerturbative Aspects of QCD, edited by Jeff Paul Greensite, Stefan Olejník, (electronic resource)
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 Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
 Antecedent source
 mixed
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters
 Carrier category
 online resource
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 cr
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 not applicable
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 text
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 Contents
 Chiral zeromode for abelian BPS dipoles  Dual superconductivity, effective string theory, and Regge trajectories  Confinement deconfinement order parameters  Analytical study of low temperature phase of 3D LGT in the plaquette formulation  Monopoles from instantons  Color superconductivity in two and threeflavor systems at moderate densities  Lattice monopoles in hot SU(2) gluodynamics as blocked continuum defects  Color confinement and dual superconductivity: An update  An effective theory for the SU(2) mass gap?  Matrix models on the fuzzy sphere  Dynamical mass generation in quantum field theory: Some methods with application to the GrossNeveu model and YangMills theory  Center vortex model for nonperturbative strong interaction physics  Status of center dominance in various center gauges  Solitons and spontaneous symmetry breaking in 2 and 4 dimensions  S0 (3)versus SU (2) lattice gauge theory  SU (2) Abelian projected action for renormalisation group flows  Center vortices, magnetic condensate and confinement in a simple gauge system  Lattice chiral gauge theories through gauge fixing  Spectra of lattice Dirac operators in nontrivial topology backgrounds  The gluon chain model revisited  Connections between thin, thick and projection vortices in SU(2) lattice gauge theory  Charges, monopoles and gauge invariance  Lowlying Dirac eigenmodes, topological charge fluctuations and the Instanton Liquid Model  Anisotropic QCD superfluids  Towards the topological susceptibility with overlap fermions  Vortex waistlines  Vortex induced confinement and the KugoOjima confinement criterion  Monopoles and Lyapunov exponents in U(1) lattice gauge theory  Massive light front QED(1+1) in the Weyl gauge  Topology of center vortices  Electric flux sectors and confinement  Confinement in SU(3): Simple and generalized maximal abelian gauge  Supersymmetric YangMills quantum mechanics  Scalarparticle projection of gluodynamics: Fine tuning  List of Participants
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 unknown
 Edition
 1st ed. 2002.
 Extent
 1 online resource (VII, 326 p.)
 File format
 multiple file formats
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9789401005029
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 uncompressed
 Media category
 computer
 Media type code

 c
 Other control number
 10.1007/9789401005029
 Quality assurance targets
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 Reformatting quality
 access
 Specific material designation
 remote
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 (CKB)3400000000119878
 (SSID)ssj0000931091
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