Propagators and dimensional reduction of hot SU(2) gauge theory

Cucchieri A, Karsch F, Petreczky P (2001)
PHYSICAL REVIEW D 64(3).

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We investigate the large distance behavior of the electric and magnetic propagators of hot SU(2) gauge theory in different gauges using lattice simulations of the full four-dimensional (4D) theory and the effective, dimensionally reduced, 3D theory. A comparison of the 3D and 4D propagators suggests that dimensional reduction works surprisingly well down to the temperature T=2T(c). Within statistical uncertainty the electric screening mass is found to be gauge independent. The magnetic propagator, on the other hand, exhibits a complicated gauge dependent structure at low momentum.
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Cucchieri A, Karsch F, Petreczky P. Propagators and dimensional reduction of hot SU(2) gauge theory. PHYSICAL REVIEW D. 2001;64(3).
Cucchieri, A., Karsch, F., & Petreczky, P. (2001). Propagators and dimensional reduction of hot SU(2) gauge theory. PHYSICAL REVIEW D, 64(3).
Cucchieri, A., Karsch, F., and Petreczky, P. (2001). Propagators and dimensional reduction of hot SU(2) gauge theory. PHYSICAL REVIEW D 64.
Cucchieri, A., Karsch, F., & Petreczky, P., 2001. Propagators and dimensional reduction of hot SU(2) gauge theory. PHYSICAL REVIEW D, 64(3).
A. Cucchieri, F. Karsch, and P. Petreczky, “Propagators and dimensional reduction of hot SU(2) gauge theory”, PHYSICAL REVIEW D, vol. 64, 2001.
Cucchieri, A., Karsch, F., Petreczky, P.: Propagators and dimensional reduction of hot SU(2) gauge theory. PHYSICAL REVIEW D. 64, (2001).
Cucchieri, A, Karsch, Frithjof, and Petreczky, P. “Propagators and dimensional reduction of hot SU(2) gauge theory”. PHYSICAL REVIEW D 64.3 (2001).
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